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Sensing, feeling, and action : the experiential anatomy of body-mind centering / Bonnie Bainbridge Cohen.

By: Contributor(s): Material type: TextTextLanguage: English Publisher: Northampton, MA : Contact Editions, c2008Edition: 2nd edDescription: xi, 203 p. ill., port. 28 cmISBN:
  • 9780937645109
  • 0937645109
Uniform titles:
  • Contact quarterly.
Subject(s): Other classification:
  • Vma
  • Ven
  • Vlbdb
Contents:
Introduction to body-mind centering -- Moving from within -- Conscious/unconscious dialogue -- The dancer's warmup -- The training problems of the dancer -- Origins of expression -- The neuroendocrine system -- Sensing, feeling, and action -- The dynamics of flow -- The mechanics of vocal expression -- Perceiving in action -- The action in perceiving -- Living anatomy of vision -- The alphabet of movement (part I) -- The alphabet of movement (part II) -- The process of embodiment -- Embodying cellular consciousness -- The place of space -- The autonomic nervous system.
Holdings
Item type Home library Call number Status Date due Barcode Item holds
Course literature 7 days Course literature 7 days Biblioteket Brinellvägen Vlbdb Cohen Available 43731002669
Total holds: 0

"The collected articles for Contact quarterly dance journal 1980-2007."

Editing, design, and production: Lisa Nelson and Nancy Stark Smith.

Introduction to body-mind centering -- Moving from within -- Conscious/unconscious dialogue -- The dancer's warmup -- The training problems of the dancer -- Origins of expression -- The neuroendocrine system -- Sensing, feeling, and action -- The dynamics of flow -- The mechanics of vocal expression -- Perceiving in action -- The action in perceiving -- Living anatomy of vision -- The alphabet of movement (part I) -- The alphabet of movement (part II) -- The process of embodiment -- Embodying cellular consciousness -- The place of space -- The autonomic nervous system.

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