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Sondra Fraleigh

I remember Linda so well, and her inspirational dance ability. It is wonderful to read here of her very full career. I was one year ahead of Linda in the dance department at the University of Utah, graduating in 1962. Those who know me then, knew me as Sondra Horton. I have taught in three university dance departments since, the last was State University of New York, where I chaired the department for many years. I now live in St. George, beautiful color country down south of you. I have directed my own institute for somatic studies for 25 years, Eastwest Somatics for Dance, Yoga, and Movement Studies. I work with a diverse community and like to encourage the dance of everyone. At the same time, I appreciate Linda's dedication to high level performance in the arts. I have written seven books on dance, with one on the way that includes a somatics perspective. You can get acquainted with me (perhaps again) on my website: www.eastwestsomatics.com. I love it when RDT comes to St. George.
My best, Sondra Fraleigh

Barbara Richardson

I loved watching Linda dance in the 1970s. I still remember the passion and power.

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