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in my body

students in my [improvisation] classes comment on how wonderful it feels to be in my body three times a week.” This odd expression occurs with such regularity that I have been forced to confront the obvious question: where are they the rest of the time?

– Ann Cooper-Albright, 2019. How to Land: Finding Ground in an Unstable World. Oxford University Press, New York, p.62

Ann Cooper-Albright

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