RELATIONSHIPS – WAY in which dancers move with other dancers eg lead and follow, mirroring, action and reaction, accumulation, complement and contrast, counterpoint, contact, formations.
What is the term relationships in dance mean?
Relationship: refers to the relationship the dancers body parts have to everything else (spatial relationships, time relationships, relationship to music, and to each other).
How can dancing improve relationships?
93% of our Communication is non-verbal. Partner dancing is an excellent place to explore, become more aware of and refine non-verbal chat! The subtleties of the signals and in the connection as you dance allows you to really explore your ability to be open and available to communication.
Why do dancers have to connect emotionally with their dance partner?
We offer them some control over how we move as we use their body to gain momentum and stay balanced. Theres a sense of trust in that to dance well together, we each have to forfeit our autonomy and commit something to the partnership. Dancing with another person means you are surrendering yourself to them.
How important is dance one culture?
Cultural Dance is really important, this is our way to tell other people on what are the things that they need to know about our culture. It is also the way that other people could have respect, knowledge and give importance to our traditions and norms. Let other cultures tell what are the stories behind their dance.
Why is dance so important?
There are so many reasons why dance is important to the health and development of our young people. Dance burns calories, strengthens muscles, improves balance, increases flexibility, and gives the heart a good workout. Dance has also been proven to increase cognitive development.
What are the positive effects of dancing?
stronger bones and reduced risk of osteoporosis. better coordination, agility and flexibility. improved balance and spatial awareness. increased physical confidence.