Safe Dance Practice Webinar
Posted on 24 July 2015
Charlotte Tomlinson (MSc, PGCE)
From primary school to professional dance companies, dancers of every age, ability and style should be able to engage fully in the act of dancing without risk of harm to the body or mind, while also being supported to achieve their full potential.
Developments in dance science and medicine research means that dance participation and training can now move beyond traditional approaches.
Application of research-informed recommendations should be readily incorporated into all dance experiences, with the aim of reducing injury risk, optimising dancer potential, promoting healthy practice and prolonging engagement.
This webinar introduces some key interrelated aspects of safe dance from a dance science perspective, while providing some ‘take home’ examples to put into practice.
Following this webinar you’ll be able to:
If you are unable to attend the live broadcast, register now and you will receive details of when and where you can access a recording of the webinar.
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About the presenters
Edel Quin MSc, FHEA, Sonia Rafferty MSc, FHEA and Charlotte Tomlinson MSc, PGCE
Collectively the presenters have 60 years experience in the dance profession as creative artists, teachers and researchers, in educational, recreational and professional settings.