Alice Cummins MA, is a dance artist, Body-Mind Centering® Practitioner and Movement Educator (ISMETA). She has been researching and teaching her work nationally and internationally for over twenty years. Her process creates an environment of refined somatic awareness and generates engagement and embodied intelligence within a community of shared inquiry. Alice’s approach is accessible to people from diverse backgrounds.

Alice’s performance career has given her the privilege of working with many wonderful artists across different artforms. She has collaborated with musicians, writers, visual artists and filmmakers. Her solo work has been performed at PICA (Perth Institute of Performing Arts); Performance Space, Sydney; and Dancehouse, Melbourne. Alice has a twenty-year history of creating improvisational performances and has a commitment and love of this compositional form.

Body-Mind Centering® is an embodied approach to learning, living and knowledge making. Workshops include experiential anatomy guided movement and touch, and experiential anatomy. BMCSM invites change that is an integration of your physical, psychological, intellectual and imaginative life. Alice studied Body-Mind Centering® with Bonnie Bainbridge Cohen in the United States, 1995-98.