Elisabeth Osgood-Campbell is an educator, dancer, expressive arts therapist, writer, and researcher, who cherishes the Body as an on-going, creative process. A member of the Continuum Teachers Association and the Tamalpa Institute faculty, she facilitates embodied awareness practices for groups and individuals in Boston and New York. Elisabeth also performs Continuum-inspired dance pieces with Watermark Arts. After serving on the Board of Directors of ISMETA for 9 years, Elisabeth currently acts as Co-Chair of its Research and Publications Committee, and presents internationally on somatic movement therapy and education. Her passion to offer the benefits of somatic movement to children in public school systems fueled the writing and publication of her article about the educational implications of embodied cognition in the Mind, Brain, and Education journal in 2015. Elisabeth is honored and delighted to join the dynamic organization/organism of the CTA!
This teacher has stepped back from active teaching at this time.