My work with neuro-diverse actors began while teaching Voice and Text work in several of London’s Conservatoire Drama Schools. My experience working with these students has led me to view all performance as a form of physical movement - from the movements we make on stage with our bodies, to the sounds we produce with our voice; all are a form of muscular movement. CognitiveMotion helps the neuro-diverse actor understand how the cognitive aspects of acting, such as script analysis, line learning or table work needs to be translated into physical performance. By understanding how cognitive process and physical embodiment are intertwined the actors are empowered.
CognitiveMotion helps actors to create a personal toolbox of strategies to achieve positive practical results.