Taking Root to Fly
by Irene Dowd
This text includes 10 articles on functional anatomy including focus on optimal function of the spine, feet, legs, arms and shoulders, breath, how to use imagery to create neuromuscular change and other related topics. The book is written for easy access for any and all interested in pursuing or teaching performing arts, athletics, and other highly-skilled as well as every-day-life movement practices.
About the Author
Irene Dowd has been teaching dance, anatomy and neuro-muscular retraining since 1970. Currently she is on the dance faculty of the Juilliard School, and teaches throughout the US and Canada including conservatories such as Canada’s National Ballet School. She has served on graduate faculties of Teachers College, Columbia University, Wesleyan University, and Hollins University. Some of her choreographies are viewable at www.irenedowdchoreographies.com.
Publisher: Irene Dowd
Publication date: Third Revised Edition – 1995
Product Description: Softcover, 7.75 x 10
Number of pages: 96
Illustrations: 78 line drawings
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