Dynamic Alignment Through Imagery

Un libro in lingua di Eric Franklin edito da Human Kinetics, 2012

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Teacher, dancer, and choreographer Franklin demonstrates to dance students, Pilates and yoga instructors, personal trainers, dance educators, and other movement professionals how to use imagery, touch, and movement exercises to improve coordination and alignment of the body. He describes the origins and uses of imagery throughout history, the biomechanical and anatomical foundations for understanding imagery based on physics and kinesiology, exercises for various body areas based on images of anatomy presented in the text, and holistic alignment and posture. This edition has updated and revised illustrations, online audio files for exercises set to music, and updated chapters, including new material on integrated dynamic alignment exercises and dynamic alignment and imagery. It also incorporates the concept of neuroplasticity, a method of creating change, an overview of the uses and types of imagery, and added imagery for muscles and organs, as well as new and revised exercises in chapters on the pelvis, hip joint, knee, lower leg, foot, spine and body wall, shoulders, arms, and hands. Annotation ©2012 Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)

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