Dance Imagery for Technique and Performance, Second Edition by Eric Franklin

By Eric Franklin

this article offers dancers and dance educators with a deep knowing of ways they could use imagery to enhance artistry in dance. It bargains thousands of images workouts to refine improvisation, method, and choreography in addition to 295 illustrations and pictures that illustrate Franklin’s distinctive imagery recommendations. The ebook contains imagery workouts which could repair and regenerate the physique via therapeutic massage, contact, and stretching. Audio clips of 4 workouts taught via Franklin aid dancers with crucial relaxation and rest techniques.

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