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Body Movement: Coping with the Environment

Different


by
Irmgard Bartenieff and Dori Lewis

Book Details

Format: EPUB

Page count: 304 pages

File size: 5.2 MB

Protection: DRM

Language: English

“‘Irmgard Bartenieff has a profound knowledge of the human body and how it moves. I am delighted that this will now be made available to many more people.’.” — George Balanchine of Director, New York City Ballet

“‘Irmgard Bartenieff’s pioneering work in the multiple applications of Labananalysis has had a transforming influence on many areas of movement training. Her careful and detailed development of the spatial principles into active corrective work has illuminated and altered the training of people as varied as dancers, choreographers, physical therapists, movement and dance therapists, and psychotherapists. Anthropologists and non-verbal communication researchers have found their world view necessarily altered by her fundamental innovations. The field of body/mind work will need to adapt to include her clear working through of basic principles.’.” — Kayla Kazahn Zalk of President, American Dance Guild

“‘Irmgard Bartenieff has a profound knowledge of the human body and how it moves. I am delighted that this will now be made available to many more people.’.” — George Balanchine of Director, New York City Ballet

“‘Irmgard Bartenieff’s pioneering work in the multiple applications of Labananalysis has had a transforming influence on many areas of movement training. Her careful and detailed development of the spatial principles into active corrective work has illuminated… (more)

“‘Irmgard Bartenieff has a profound knowledge of the human body and how it moves. I am delighted that this will now be made available to many more people.’.” — George Balanchine of Director, New York City Ballet

“‘Irmgard Bartenieff’s pioneering work in the multiple applications of Labananalysis has had a transforming influence on many areas of movement training. Her careful and detailed development of the spatial principles into active corrective work has illuminated and altered the training of people as varied as dancers, choreographers, physical therapists, movement and dance therapists, and psychotherapists. Anthropologists and non-verbal communication researchers have found their world view necessarily altered by her fundamental innovations. The field of body/mind work will need to adapt to include her clear working through of basic principles.’.” — Kayla Kazahn Zalk of President, American Dance Guild

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