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Books for Moving
An experimental approach to movement fundamentals involving the patterning of connections in the body according to principles of efficient movement, the process of total body integration encourages personal expression and full psychological involvement.
Cadence Joy Whittier
Drawing on the fields of Laban/Bartenieff Movement Analysis, dance pedagogy, and somatic education, this book explores creative and innovative approaches to teaching ballet technique. A complementary online manual, Creative Ballet Learning, provides students with tools for technical and artistic development, self-assessment, and reflection.
This book offers a framework for understanding movement as it influences our perceptions of ourselves and others. Wahl explains what movement analysis is, how it works, and how readers can use it in their lives.
Films for Moving
Hana Kamea Kemble
The Moving Child Film educates parents, grandparents, caregivers and teachers about the importance of dynamic movement for children’s emotional, social and mental, and physical wellbeing.
The Moving Child I: Supporting Early Development Through Movement
The Moving Child II: Dance Therapy in Action
The Moving Child III: Developmental Movement in the First Year
Apps for Moving
Brenton Cheng, IMS faculty
More Reading to Explore
Cadence Joy Whittier, late IMS director and faculty
Read her L/BMA articles and papers here