Juliet Chambers-Coe

Juliet Chambers-Coe has recently been appointed Chief Editor of The Journal of
Dance, Movement & Spiritualities, Intellect. She is a PhD researcher at the Guildford
School of Acting/University of Surrey. She is a Certified Movement Analyst
(Laban/Bartenieff) and Lecturer in Movement at E15 Acting School at the University
of Essex. Her research focuses on recuperating the spiritual dimension of Rudolf
Laban’s movement analysis framework. She is Director and co-founder of the
Labanarium Resource & Network Centre (www.labanarium.com) and is Associate
Artistic Director of The Makings of the Actor international practice research centre
(www.themakingsactor.com). Juliet is an Authentic Movement practitioner (IBMT)
and incorporates the role of the ‘witness’ in her Laban practice as an agent for
individual and social communication. She is interested in how the embodied somatic
experience of the mover has real-world value for artists and their creative projects and
for personal and community wellbeing. Through her creative and pedagogic movement practices Juliet continues to explore how our experience of the corporeal-spiritual supports creative practice and how an awareness of one’s soma-spirituality informs the ways in which we engage with the world – in our relationships to self,
other and environment.