Sophie-Rose Corker
Mind Map by , created over 6 years ago

as level dance Mind Map on Co-ordination, created by Sophie-Rose Corker on 05/13/2013.

Sophie-Rose Corker
Created by Sophie-Rose Corker over 6 years ago
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1 Skills of balance,control and energy
1.1 finely tune nervous system
1.1.1 Repeated exercises Increase speed Gradual improved skills increase complexity Increase lengh of phase build link between commands and muscle memory memory pictures are stored in the brain movement becomes automatic Dancer becomes more focused on performance
1.1.2 nerves
1.1.3 Brain
1.1.4 receptos & reflexes
1.1.5 messages sent through neurons
1.2 negotioating direction of forces in the body to perrofm complex moves safley and expressivley
2 Movement Blocks
2.1 specific weakness in musculareture
2.2 Individual anatomical differences
2.2.1 speeds
2.2.2 strench & weakness
2.2.3 bone lengh/size
2.3 Stylistic blocks; can't adjust to different patterns and teachniques
2.4 Can lead to...
2.4.1 increased injury
2.4.2 imagined injury
2.4.3 fake injury to avoid stressful situation
2.4.4 loss of flexibility
2.4.5 loss of smooth,co-ordinated movement
2.4.6 increase in heart rate and blood pressure
2.4.7 Long term stress caused by movement block tension depression long term injury anxiety
3 Memory techniques
3.1 mind build pictures and images
3.1.1 remember movement and phrases automatic
3.2 kinesthetic sense
3.2.1 feeling things to sense them remember through doing nervous system touch can help dancers learn where muscles should be lpaced
3.3 mental rehersal
3.3.1 go over movement in the head, recalling images consolidates memory
3.4 movement memory
3.4.1 repeated exercises increase complexity
4 Physical Skills
4.1 Control of energy
4.1.1 co-ordination gives dancer control of body parts style technique centre of gravity dynamics alignment
4.2 Balance
4.2.1 alignment and stibility core strengh being centered centre of gravity
4.2.2 directing energies through the body central line through the floor
4.2.3 eyes spotting
4.3 accuracy
4.3.1 ability to reproduce movement from demonstation
4.3.2 sensitivity to changes in dynamics and spatial oreitation choreographic intentions use of breath control expression less tension= more accurate
4.3.3 spotting

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