Dynamic Alignment Through Imagery, Enhanced Edition, expands on the classic text and reference written by Eric Franklin, an internationally renowned teacher, dancer, and choreographer who has been sharing his imagery techniques for 25 years. updated chapters throughout the book, including new material on integrated dynamic alignment exercises and dynamic alignment and imagery. "Dynamic Alignment Through Imagery empowers readers to master embodiment through various imagery and visualization ...
The second edition of Dynamic Alignment Through Imagery gives you the opportunity to listen to four audio recordings of imagery processes. Author Eric Franklin created these recordings to help increase the understanding of how imagery is used effectively and assist in embodying dynamic alignment. Dynamic Alignment (12:30) uses imagery exercises to introduce you to core concepts of dynamic alignment, including postural sway, counterbalancing, anatomical planes, and the central axis.
A dancer may rely on auditory and kinesthetic imagery, an athlete on the combination of visual and kinesthetic imagery. Notice which type of sensory imagery feels least comfortable to you and gradually add these elements into your practice of imagery. Decide to practice more sensory imagery in the areas where you feel challenged to empower your imagery facility.
See the sunlight reflected in it, making it glitter like a fluid diamond; feel the pressure created by the water’s force; hear the high and low pitches of a crescendo; taste the water droplets on your lips; smell the pungent, enriched air. 4. Projection of a sensory experience: Knead a piece of clay and experience its malleability. Then stand up and compare the feeling in your left foot and right foot and left leg and right leg.