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Movement & Psychology

DSI London's Movement & Psychology dance book category will help you to better your knowledge in ballroom and latin dance aspects like: choreography, technique, performance, movement potential, movement exercises, dance compositions, partnering skills etc. Our most popular dance books in this category: "Dance Improvisations - Justine Reeve" - warm-ups, dance games and dance choreographic tasks presents individual and group activities to use as warm-ups, as games that stimulate creativity and as a dance choreographic tasks that initiate improvisations. Teenagers through young adults blossom using these improvisations, developing creativity that can lead to innovative breakthroughs; "Dance Imagery For Technique & Performance - Eric Franklin" - this amazing dance book provides 574 imagery exercises designed to improve dance technique, artistic expression, and performance; "Essential Guide To Dance - Linda Ashley" - this third edition of the best-selling text ESSENTIAL GUIDE TO DANCE is thoroughly updated to meet the new AS/A2 specifications and relevant Applied A-levels, BTEC and other Dance qualifications. Students are brought right up to date with clear explanations of choreography, performance and appreciation of Dance, as well as recent examples of new set works and choreographers; "Experiencing Dance - Helene Scheff, Marty Sprague and Susan McGreevy-Nichols" - this book contains both movement experiences and written assignments that develop critical thinking and student involvement in the learning programme and enhance the understanding of dance as an art form. By the end of the book, students gain a better understanding of dance as art and compile a portfolio documenting their work and achievements throughout the class.

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