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He creates movement sequences to pattern muscles to release their natural reflex and rebound. Encouraged is the flow of energy through the articulations to achieve quick dynamic changes - from fire to stillness in an instant - to become one with the movement, and to be inside the movement.
Professor Bill De Young, former Chair of Dance at the University of Michigan, teaches modern technique, Dance and the Related Arts, and other courses in the graduate and undergraduate dance programs.
Complex Locomotor Movements. Step-hop : A combination of a step and a hop. Usually done in an even rhythm with level change.
Skip : A combination of a step and hop in an uneven rhythm. Gallop : A combination of a step and a leap. The overcurve airborne moment occurs after the step.
Lumbar: The area of the spine pertaining to the lower back vertebrae. Lumbar curve : The curving or rounding of the lower back. Meter: Sets of beats grouped together according to a consistent accent pattern. For example: 1 23, 1 23, 1 23, etc. Duple meter : A meter with two apparent beats per measure. Triple meter : A meter with three apparent beats per measure. Complex meter: A meter with an asymmetrical accent pattern.
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It acts like a container to hold the organs of the torso and it serves for muscle attachments. It receives the weight of the upper body and passes this weight on to the lower limbs via its articulations with the femurs. Phrasing: The use of weight, space flow and time to create a sequence of movement in time.
Presence : The ability to be aware and fully invested in the present moment. Proximal: Closest to the center. Pulse: A beat at regular intervals. Quadriceps : A group of four muscles on the front of the thigh rectus femoris, vastus lateralis, vastus medialis, and vastus intermedius that act to extend the knee. Release : The relationship of the body with gravity, and the ability to let go of unnecessary muscular tension.
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