The way that we stand and engage our core muscles (oblique, abdominal, quadratus lumborum)
The plumb line of the body = shoulders, hips, knees, toes.
Move different body parts in synchronisation in isolation
Fluid in ear canal helps to achieve this and is achieved through finding point of balance and having correct weight distribution
The ability to assert muscle contraction against resistance
Range of movement possible at the joint
Full abduction and adduction = full range of movement
Achieved from core muscles
Moving a body part independently
Turning at joints
Movement from one place to another
Movement of body parts
Action of going up without support like a jump
The dancer's sightline and where they look
the clarity, energy and power of the performance to build a significant rapport with the audience
Sense of style
sensitivity to the distinctive actions and qualities of the dance
timing, phrasing and sensitivity to other musical elements like rhythm, timbre and texture
Communication of choreographic intent
Empathy with the mood or meaning of the dance and ability to interpret and communicate this
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