Corpus ID: 201377558

Taking a Breath: Understanding the Interrelationship of Breath in Dance/Movement Therapy and Everyday Life

@inproceedings{Grigonis2019TakingAB,
  title={Taking a Breath: Understanding the Interrelationship of Breath in Dance/Movement Therapy and Everyday Life},
  author={Nicole Grigonis},
  year={2019}
}
The integration of breath throughout contexts within dance/movement therapy and daily life can empower an able body-minded individual to explore awareness, which can ultimately achieve a greater sense of overall well-being. This thesis attempts to consider ways in which the breath can be used in both dance/movement therapy and in everyday life. Beginning with an introduction that questions ways in which the breath can be integrated more thoroughly in the field of dance/movement therapy and the… Expand

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