From Dance Teacher
"A worthwhile read for dancers and teachers."
From Library Journal
"Dancers looking for more range of movement, power, or a way to address a specific problem will find this text valuable. Readers interested in kinesiology and sport medicine will also appreciate it. Recommended for larger public and academic libraries."
Franklin writes for the Dancer: the person who is never not dancing, the person who dances from the inside out, who considers every movement s/he makes as being a dance... Read morePublished 19 days ago by violee
If you are a new dancer like me, be prepared to struggle. It's like learning a new language.Published 1 month ago by T. Matanovich
This book demonstrates what it takes to totally get into the field of dance and be physically fit enough to sustain one's body while executing the movements. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Lee
Not that helpful. Can flip through the book in one evening. Not that useful. I would not recommend this as a must have.Published 6 months ago by Lisa Avery
This book has great pictures and sample stretches. I am feeling them as we speak. It also looks impressive on the coffee tablel. Thank you.Published 9 months ago by Elf
This is an excellent resource for any dancer. Loaded with detail and useful information. Well written and easy to understand.Published 12 months ago by Ron Tritto
I'm a dancer, and with a performance at the end of this summer, I'm in love with this book. The book came to me brand new, all wrapped up perfectly!Published 13 months ago by Emily
I found this book very useful for dancers or anyone who likes exercising. The book contains many pictures, detailed descriptions of exercises, kinesiology and muscles involved in... Read morePublished 17 months ago by Customer
Excellent resource for dancers, trainers, choreographers, and teachers alike. It contains alot of imagery to assist individuals in attaining correct technique from the start of... Read morePublished 18 months ago by Lydia G. Cook