Oriental dance has been around for thousands of years, but modern teaching has not. If you are a teacher, an enthusiast or just exploring the world of teaching this ancient art form, then this book is an invaluable tool to start that journey. Learn about brief history, basic moves and the safety issues surrounding group dancing, from warming up through to cooling down. Class formats, basic physiology and issues of teaching children, older adults and pregnant women are introduced to give a thorough introduction to this ancient art in our current society. Dawn-Marie Wedlock currently lives and teaches in Worcestershire. As a former International educator in the fitness industry she is well respected for bringing light and humour into fitness training and development. She has competed at National level in both dance and Body Building, and has always been adept at making the complicated world of physiology and kinesiology easy to understand. She is an accomplished and experienced dancer, and particularly enjoys fusion styles, specialising in Club Oriental dance.
Publisher: The Cloister House Press
Number of pages: 70
Weight: 96 g
Dimensions: 210 x 148 x 3 mm
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