Eric Franklin (CH)

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BIOGRAPHY

After earning his Bachelor of Science at the University of Zurich and his Bachelor of Fine Arts at New York University’s Tisch School of the Arts, Eric worked for many years as a dancer and choreographer. Founder of The Franklin Method®, Dynamic Neuro-Cognitive Imagery (DNI)™ in Zurich, Switzerland in 1994. As founder, director, and principal instructor of the Franklin Method Institute, Eric has developed online and face-to-face courses, articles, and books on dynamic imagery, body mechanics, and student-centered pedagogy for teachers and students across a wide field encompassing dance, sports, movement, somatics, motivation, wellness, and efficiency. Formerly an adjunct Assistant Professor at the University of Zurich Institute for Psychomotor Therapy teaching “Functional Anatomy and Movement for Psychomotor Therapists” (1986–1993) and adjunct Assistant Professor at the University of Zürich Department of Performing Arts teaching “Functional Anatomy and Movement for Dancers” (2015–2018), he continues his role as guest teacher for the Juilliard School, New York, NY (2005–present), as well as teaching at conferences and workshops online and worldwide.

17.04.2024

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