Glenna Batson (PT, Sc.D., MA) is an independent researcher/lecturer in dance, Somatics and science. For the past 35 years, she has honed a trans-disciplinary approach to the study of embodied cognition by bridging dance, science and somatic studies. Glenna is professor emeritus of physical therapy at Winston-Salem State University (USA) and is an internationally recognized teacher of the Alexander Technique. Her current research focuses on the neuro-phenomenology of imagery in movement creation. She recently authored Body and Mind in Motion: Dance and Neuroscience in Conversation and co-edited Dance, Somatics and Spiritualities: Contemporary Sacred Narratives.