Movement Practice: Beginning-Intermediate Dance Technique (DAN2119.01)

Molly Lieber, MFA Teaching Fellow

In this basic intermediate course, we will work with imagery to help explore potential in the body. We will practice kinesthetic exercises that will help expand movement range, strength, and specificity. Emphasis will be placed on understanding the feeling of movement, deeply, and trusting it. From this we can understand how this feeling moves the body, and eventually how this body moves the space and bodies around it.

There are different kinds of effort involved in moving. We will look at these specifics in order to understand our affinities for particular movement. Once understood, it may open up a wide vocabulary. We will work on duration and endurance, so that they are not a hindrance. From there we can redetermine our capacities.

Prerequisites: None.
Credits: 2
W/F 10:30-12:20
Maximum Enrollment: 20
Course Frequency: Every Term
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