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Human Connection in Virtual Spaces
In a time of social isolation, video calls have become the go-to for social and professional interactions, leaving many of us feeling drained and disconnected. In this one-hour, interactive webinar, mindfulness and embodiment coaches Eve Marie Mugar and Emily Jeanne Brown, (both ‘11), will provide you with tools to promote vitality, deepen connection with others and re-imagine what your experience in a virtual space can feel like.

Jul 23, 2020 01:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Emily Jeanne Brown '11
Performing Artist and Embodied Voice Coach @www.emilyjeannebrown.com
Emily Jeanne Brown '11 is a performing artist and Embodied Voice Coach based in Brooklyn, NY. She has performed in theaters and music venues across the country and taught in arts programs on both coasts for over a decade. Theaters include American Conservatory Theater, Guthrie Theater, American Shakespeare Center, Aurora Theater Company and the Texas Shakespeare Festival. As a coach and consultant, drawing from a combination of somatic/mindfulness and foundational acting/singing techniques, Emily's goal is to help her clients embody radical authenticity, so that they can confidently tell their story and enrich their lives. Emily received her B.A. in Theater from Smith College, and her M.F.A. in Acting from the American Conservatory Theater.
Eve Marie Mugar ’11
Psychotherapist and Yoga/Meditation Instructor @www.evemariemugar.com
Eve Marie Mugar ’11 is a psychotherapist and yoga/meditation instructor. She received her MSW from New York University, and spent a year immersing herself in the study and practice of yoga as an intern at Kripalu Center for Yoga and Health. Prior to her work as a therapist and yoga instructor Eve was working as an actor and theatre artist in NYC. Eve draws on her experience as an actor, musician, yoga instructor, and therapist to help people find more ease, joy, and aliveness in their everyday lives.