Engage your students by allowing them to witness a progression that takes them from conceiving and refining an idea to improvising and solving movement problems to shaping and performing dances.
Every dance technique requires intense control, which is provided by core strength.
Choreographing From Within eBook
This is a discussion of key concepts and a movement study from the Quality of Movement chapter.
Healthy and Sustainable Fundraising Activities eBook
As discussed, any fundraising organization can benefit from a well-organized plan that involves free online tools.
Social Dance-3rd Edition
Simply being aware of your posture while standing is only part of the image that you present to others. Dancers are movers. Thus, how you carry yourself while moving, which you do when you are walking or taking a series of dance steps, also says volumes about your self-confidence.
Dance Imagery for Technique and Performance-2nd Edition
Finding a good image for partnering may happen through dialogue with your partner.
Dance Imagery for Technique and Performance 2nd Edition eBook
Explore spatial paths by drawing lines on a piece of paper and then transposing them into space.
Beginning Ballet eBook With Web Resource
To perform a second port de bras, begin in preparatory position, or fifth position en bas.
Experiencing Dance 2nd Edition eBook With Web Resources
Repeat the simple jazz arm exercise shown in figure 1.3 until your muscles get tired. In this way you will be able to identify which muscles are doing the work in this exercise.
Safe Dance Practice
Formal research on dance session progression and sequencing in general, let alone for specific genres, is comparatively limited, although class plans, guides to styles, vocabularies, glossaries and how-to tutorials are abundant, both in print and online.