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Choreography and analysis of Confluent peripheries
Bachelor of Arts
Hypermobility, Injury prevention, Dance, Connective tisue, Fascia, Ideokinesis, Proprioception, Sports medicine, Dance science, Biotensegrity, Dance pedagogy, Dance performance, Mobility, Movement, Science and art, Dance medicine, Training, Dynamic alignment, Joints-Hypermobility, Dancing injuries, Connective tissue-Wounds and injuries-Prevention, Art and science, Dance-Study and teaching, Confluent peripheries (Choreographic work)
Marsh, Alison Georgia, "Training and injury prevention for the hypermobile dancer : a means to functional and aesthetic mobility and Choreography and analysis of Confluent peripheries" (2017). Honors Project, Smith College, Northampton, MA.
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