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Adaptive Dance and Rhythms By Susan Kramer
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Manual to teach adaptive techniques of basic dance movements, floor exercises, clapping rhythms, and expressive dance, either in separate 5 minute segments, or as the 40 minute basic lesson plan that... More > is included. Geared for teaching kids and adults with movement disabilities. Fully illustrated. Click on preview to see complete table of contents. 76 pages.< Less
Adaptive Dance and Rhythms By Susan Kramer
eBook (PDF): $4.95
(2 Ratings)
Manual to teach adaptive techniques of basic dance movements, floor exercises, clapping rhythms, and expressive dance, either in separate 5 minute segments, or as the 40 minute basic lesson plan that... More > is included. Geared for teaching kids and adults with movement disabilities. Fully illustrated. Click on preview to see complete table of contents. 76 pages.< Less
Adaptive Dance & Rhythms: For All Ages with Basic Lesson Plan By Susan Kramer
eBook (ePub): $5.99
(1 Ratings)
Manual to teach adaptive techniques of basic dance movements, floor exercises, clapping rhythms, and expressive dance, either in separate 5 minute segments, or as the 40 minute basic lesson plan that... More > is included. Geared for teaching kids and adults with movement disabilities. Fully illustrated. 76 pages.< Less
Re-Defining Choreography: Creating a Cultural Adaptation Through Architecture By Ashlie Latiolais
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Dancing In Your Bubble By Teri J. Dluznieski
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An intensive and expensive workshop experience for the price of a book! The teachings of the High Andean peoples while ancient are timely and offer healing tools that can be adapted to any world... More > view or spiritual practice. Teri takes us through these simple and practical teachings step by step. With each chapter one discovers deeper aspects of these healing tools. Drawing from her experiences as a student and teacher, Teri has given us a unique perspective which acknowledges that many people wish to take the journey of self discovery and healing but are reluctant to participate in groups or classes. This book offers support through its use of exercises in beginning that journey. This empowering approach allows the reader to proceed at a pace which allows information to be integrated at the reader’s choice.< Less
Dancing In Your Bubble By Teri J. Dluznieski
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An intensive and expensive workshop experience for the price of a book! The teachings of the High Andean peoples while ancient are timely and offer healing tools that can be adapted to any world... More > view or spiritual practice. Teri takes us through these simple and practical teachings step by step. With each chapter one discovers deeper aspects of these healing tools. Drawing from her experiences as a student and teacher, Teri has given us a unique perspective which acknowledges that many people wish to take the journey of self discovery and healing but are reluctant to participate in groups or classes. This book offers support through its use of exercises in beginning that journey. This empowering approach allows the reader to proceed at a pace which allows information to be integrated at the reader’s choice.< Less
Rhythms and Dances for School Age Kids By Susan Kramer
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For grades K-12. This manual includes 16 rhythmic dance steps illustrated and described; 9 little dances; 18 sequencing combinations; and 4 advanced group dances - for learning kinesthetically about... More > basic math, sequencing, and language phrasing and rhythms. Fulfills many of the US Arts in Education requirements. Can be adapted for special needs students. The basic motor skills described and illustrated make this a useful text for parents and teachers. Click on preview to see complete table of contents. 100 pages.< Less
Rhythms and Dances for School Age Kids By Susan Kramer
eBook (PDF): $4.95
(4 Ratings)
For grades K-12. This manual includes 16 rhythmic dance steps illustrated and described; 9 little dances; 18 sequencing combinations; and 4 advanced group dances - for learning kinesthetically about... More > basic math, sequencing, and language phrasing and rhythms. Fulfills many of the US Arts in Education requirements. Can be adapted for special needs students. The basic motor skills described and illustrated make this a useful text for parents and teachers. Click on preview to see complete table of contents. 100 pages.< Less
Dance Studio Marketing Plan for Halloween By Shelly Stone
eBook (ePub): $5.99
This marketing plan is designed for the Dance Studio Owner to promote their classes during the Halloween season. It is centered around four separate promotional events that take place the two weeks... More > prior to Halloween. You can use the plan without doing all four events, or even adapt the events to meet your needs. It includes step-by-step actions to market your events and your studio using online marketing methods such as Facebook, Twitter, Social Bookmarking, Pinterest, YouTube, Newsletters, Blog Posts, Event directories, press releases and more. It helps you have all your accounts in place before the event and reminds you of what needs to be done each day in order to maximize your online visibility and attract the community to your dance studio.< Less
Indian Games and Dances with Native Songs (Illustrated) By Alice C. Fletcher
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“The adaptations from Indian ceremonies and sports here offered will enable those who take part in them to follow in happy mood some of the paths of expression that were opened long ago by... More > thoughtful men and women as they lived, worked and played on this land in undisturbed intimacy with nature. Some of the thoughts bred of this intimacy find their expression in these dances and games, and it may help toward a better understanding of them and their spirit to tell briefly how the Indian looked upon and regarded his relation to nature.”< Less