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A merger that determines health and performance, which fortunately is now recognized by many leading dance and educational institutions. Dance is high-performance sport, no matter what kind, whether DanceSport, Stage dance or Showdance in every single dance genre. The great [...]

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If you have the opportunity to get this book, don’t hesitate! It is from 2008, but is still very current. I welcome Tielitz’s approach of describing an individual, expedient technique with the concept of the “Leistungsfeld” (Tiwald) and its quality [...]

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What is your WHY are you dancing? Let me know! #dance#dancer#thereasonWHY#dapromova [...]

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The first book by publisher Don Hanlon Johnson uniquely gathers central writings and statements by the most influential pioneers (F.M. Alexander, Moshe Feldenkreis, Irmgard Bartenieff, Ida Rolf, Bonnie Bainbridge Cohen etc.) on body work and body awareness techniques. The second [...]

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This reprinted version of Vernon Castle’s book “Modern Dancing” is like a journey back to the beginnings of ballroom dancing. In 1914, the couple opened a dance school in New York called “Castle House”, a nightclub called “Castles by the [...]

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he Feldenkrais-method is considered one of the best known body concepts. The basic idea is to modify and expand one’s own “self-image” in order to change patterns of action. It is about the “how” (quality) and not the “what” of [...]

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Spiraldynamik¬ģ is a biomechanically based concept of human posture and movement coordination. In its system, it differs from many other body concepts in the ease of portability in everyday life and in any sport or movement. Logical, efficient and reproducible!#spiraldynamik#dance#education#dapromova [...]

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During the summer break there is more time to study new literature. I am very curious what insights into ballroom dancing this new work allows.#dancelibrary#dance#education [...]

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With more than 600 pages, this work by Uwe Mosebach is certainly one of the most comprehensive and well-founded history books on sports in German language. The chapters are excellently subdivided and serve not only as a reference book but [...]

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Of course, we all know from studies or our own experience how dancing can be an adequate remedy for dementia or anxiety and depression management, and even improves empathy and body awareness. In this book we find all these topics, [...]

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