I was responsible in guiding members and helping them understand choreography. Being a positive role model to help guard members that struggled with unfamiliar moves was challenging, as I worked to stay patient with an outgoing personality. As I watched the guard practice, I became aware that each individual learns differently, however, their problems showed similarities. Members’ eyes were wandering, comparing themselves to each other. Frustrations filled their faces as members doubted their ability to execute the choreography.
Fixing the improper placing can also help no further damage to ensue. Eventually, dancers may develop arthritis in the knee as well as other joints around the body due to the excessive wear and tear on the joints. To end, patellofemoral pain syndrome is caused by improper technique and can lead to pain lasting a lifetime. In summation, it is vital that a dancer possesses technique as so not to hurt themselves. The safety of the dance steps is much more important than creating the desired image.
There are different forms of anxiety like nervousness, tension, fear, panic. It is difficult to detect and define level of anxiety in player. However, anxiety may- Somatic or cognitive anxiety. Anxiety is one of the most common deterrents to good performance. At worst the effect of the anxiety gets the athlete so tied up in knots that he is frozen in fear.
Dance as an Art Alfonzo King’s choreography and the way he enables his dancers to move in a way that is both controlled and natural sets the precedent for both dancers and choreographers everywhere. King states that he begins his artistic process by thinking of dance as a “mental construction in a physical world.” He then tries to bring this construction to life with the aid of his dancers. According to King, dancers need to not only bring physical capability to the table, but also strong “body, spirit, and mind.” Dancers must have ideas, and it is up to the choreographer to take those ideas deeper. A dancer that has wonderful technique is merely not enough; Alfonzo is looking for the entire package. As a choreographer, Alfonzo realizes
Many types of research have shown a link between good ways of learning with people’s natural desire to move actively. Physical exercises cause their connections to excite the brain to work more leverage by increasing brain activity. So that, hopscotch game can be used as a technique to teach students in the classroom or outside the classroom. 3. The Advantages of Hopscotch Games According to Nirmala Solanky Venkateswaran (2014), Occupational Therapist, There are some advantages of Hopscotch game: It … 1) Helps in developing physical coordination and balance 2) Develops body control.
Negative feedback is inevitable both in and outside of the world of ballet, so you just have to brace yourself for it. You need to check out some of the reviews about dancers on BA and consider how you would feel if you were in their pointe shoes. But in general this is how you handle negative feedback. You look into the mirror and ask yourself whether what is being said about you is true. If it is, then you must accept it and try --if at all possible-- to improve yourself.
It is a kind of chaotic state in which the construction of dance starts” writes Turpeinen in his anecdote as a dance teacher with youngsters, “working with a raw-board method opens a space for personal action and experience and creates a space for shared and personal processes of dance and the dancing self. This is a complex situation for a class seen from the outside because everything is chaotic and no ideal order is seen; however, they are constructing dance through their experience”, they are learning to identify with their bodies and their own space. This own space that is created in the dance classroom leads to self-identification. When a person discovers his own identity he or she is more able to deal with the day to day situations that life presents and will be a more secure person to overcome obstacles in life. This space is also very keen of creating a much better understanding between peers of different personalities.
If my one of future client’s wishes to improve their speed and explosive power, I would recommend the use of plyometric exercises. These exercises are extremely effective in improving quickness, power, and muscular strength. However, if I applied these exercises to their workout regime I would need to take certain things into consideration. Plyometric exercises can result in serious injury, therefore I would need to ensure I have properly instructed the client in the appropriate form and technique to undertake the exercise. Furthermore, if the client has a history of injuries I might begin with lower intensity plyometric exercises to reduce the risk of injury and maximize the client’s
This type of dancing was also very popular. Both styles requires the performers to train and be physically fit. Furthermore, they must display great technique to perform many of the dance moves that are required. Although both are popular forms of dances, the fact that there are different requirements have truly pushed these forms of dance in different directions over the course of time. Ballet requires specific techniques and patients for both the students and the instructors.
Teamwork was a very crucial aspect of dance, especially being on a competition team. Even though you may not like someone, you will always be placed in a situation where you need to work with one another. I had to learn to get over my personal issues with someone in order to be a strong and successful team and this is something that will stick with
Workaround is another big barrier which occurs when nurses pass the medication without scanning the medication and the patient’s identification (ID) band, to save time and scan them later. Which is dangerous, and a high risk for making an error. The change agent or the nurse leader will need to use the driving forces that will help the project to be successful. Budget is the major barrier. Since the project needs adequate funding, the support from the administration and higher authority will be required.
Therapeutic alliance is building a relationship between client and the therapist. This relationship is important in order for the client to have some success with treatment. Assisting, client’s in identifying personal goals, strengths, and preferences for change in behaviors. Needs and abilities and engaging the client in a discussion to problem solve and steps to take to achieve goals. Therapist, provides instruction in helping client to set reasonable objectives to meet goals and developing trust in order for the therapeutic alliance can be established.
OT’s “believe child 's main job is playing and learning, and occupational therapists can evaluate kids ' skills for playing, school performance, and daily activities” (Occupational Therapy). Occupational therapist will provide a child with certain play project that the child will use to improve their disabilities. For example if a child’s hand is not strong enough, OT’s
The treatment is accomplished through a goal oriented, safe and intensive program that focuses on promoting cognitive-oriented and trauma-informed treatment approaches. As I mentioned some of the expressive therapies involved is art therapy, which enhances creativity. Art-making process includes drawing, painting, collages and 3-d structures. The goal of art therapy is to assist in developing skills including problem solving, identification and expression of feelings, emotions and social interaction/relationships. The goal behind dance therapy is to connect body and mind in a way that encourages healing and growth of the individual.
8.Shmoop had a very interesting take on the hard work a physical therapist does that may be strenuous to the employee. “PTs do a lot of heavy lifting—moving patients, manipulating multiple body parts, bending, stooping, squatting, standing. A PT 's constant physical activity is extremely taxing and heightens the risk that they themselves will get injured. And a patient could give in to frustration during an inversion on a machine and kick you in the head by mistake (mistake, yeah).” (Shmoop: Physical Danger). I hope a patient does not get to that point of frustration, but bending and stooping to adjust equipment and even lifting a patient are definitely strenuous activities, and they could cause me to need a physical therapist of my