Stand facing your partner, holding hands. The hands should be held at about waist level.
Dance Anatomy and Kinesiology
The instruction to "imagine your pelvis is a basin and avoid having the contents spill out by letting it tip" is sometimes used by teachers in an effort to maintain desired alignment of the pelvis.
Teaching Movement Education eBook
Begin by selecting the body parts category card and placing it in the pocket chart. Depending on the developmental stage of your students, you may choose to create and place element cards for each of the body parts being covered in a lesson in the pocket chart, too. Learners at a higher developmental stage may not need this specificity. In that case, you may choose to bypass placing these element cards in the pocket chart and concentrate on providing a multitude of activities that use body
Dynamic Alignment Through Imagery-2nd Edition
When you hear the term imagery, you probably think of pictures in your mind�s eye. But an image need not be visual; it can be located in any one of your senses.
Social Dance-3rd Edition
When you dance with a partner, you are sharing space that includes both of you. The basic partner positions used in this book are commonly used in social dancing (see figure 4.1, a-i). Each partner position described in the following paragraphs requires you to connect with a partner in a slightly different manner.
Beginning Ballet eBook With Web Resource
The barre exercises presented in this chapter follow the order in which they are performed in the traditional ballet barre.
Myofascial Release eBook
MFR has origins in soft tissue mobalisation, osteopathy, physical therapy, craniosacral therapy and energy work, among others, and all have become subtly blended to form what has been known as Myofascial Release for a number of decades.
Complete Guide to Primary Dance Web Resource
This is where teachers personalise the learning by setting tasks that meet individual and group needs so that every child is challenged and is able to achieve his or her personal best.
Studying Dance eBook With Web Resource
Studying any subject on campus necessitates dedication, curiosity, and responsibility, but this is especially true for dance. Successfully studying dance on campus as a dance major, dance minor, or dance enthusiast requires you to push yourself as a student.
Safe Dance Practice eBook
The ribcage sits directly above the pelvis in efficient alignment. The shoulders should be horizontally level and relaxed, with the arms able to hang freely.