This excerpt is from chapter 4, Common Foot and Ankle Injuries in Dancers.
Lesson Plans for Creative Dance
Learn how each action in "The Chinook" relates to the dance and how those actions play through the sequence.
Dynamic Alignment Through Imagery 2nd Edition eBook
The transverse tarsal joint (the midtarsal joint) is composed of the talonavicular and the calcaneocuboid articulations (figure 11.38).
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Millions of ink cartridges are thrown away every day, and several cups of oil are required to produce new ink cartridges from scratch.
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The cross-body lead is a useful transition to smoothly connect many variations as well as to rotate 180 degrees with your partner. Start in a closed position and do a box step. The cross-body lead takes two repetitions of the rumba�s SQQ rhythm.
Dance Imagery for Technique and Performance-2nd Edition
Explore spatial paths by drawing lines on a piece of paper and then transposing them into space.
Dance Imagery for Technique and Performance 2nd Edition eBook
Finding a good image for partnering may happen through dialogue with your partner.
Discovering Dance eBook With Web Resources
Dance composition is learning how to make a dance. During the dance composition process you explore a movement idea by creating dance movement or selecting steps in some dance genres, then you manipulate these elements and materials of dance into movement modules of various lengths to compose a dance.
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Dancing your best requires that you lay a solid foundation of physicality and technique as you develop your skills and learn your choreography. Your foundation must also enable you to develop mentally.