HYPERMOBILE DANCERS WEBINAR:
While an asset in many dance forms, hypermobility can also present dancers with distinct physical and psychological challenges. Based on the most current research, this workshop will provide information about the signs, symptoms, and evaluation of hypermobility. Participants will also learn to address the special needs of hypermobile dancers, providing the necessary support, management, and training to help them avoid injuries and achieve their maximum potential. Join for the first quarterly webinar of 2023, on March 26, with Linda Bluestein, MD.
Dr. Bluestein is an international speaker on the forefront of research on pain, hypermobility and dance medicine. An integrative medicine physician with certification in Performing Arts Medicine, she takes a unique approach to the evaluation and treatment of this highly specialized population. Dr. Bluestein received her Doctor of Medicine from the University of California, Los Angeles School of Medicine followed by the completion of an anesthesiology residency at the Mayo Graduate School of Medicine. She is board-certified by the American Board of Anesthesiology.
Note: This webinar is listed in Eastern Time. The zoom meeting will also be recorded for registrants that are unable to attend live.
Healthy Dancer Canada is pleased to announce three new workshops!
We are also pleased to share our newest resource Nutrition Tips for Dancers by Marie Scioscia, currently available to members through early-access on the members-only page. We also now have available to the public Encouraging Continued Participation in Dance at Adolescence by Siobhan Mitchell on the open dance resources page.
Healthy Dancer Canada has issued a Statement on Racism as well as published a new resource, Equity, Diversity and Inclusion Resources with a dance-specific focus. We invite our members and the wider dance community to share this resource, and are open to feedback on how we can improve both.
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Join HDC Immediate Past President, Andrea Downie, at the RAD Genée 2019 International Ballet Competition in Toronto August 28 & 29. She will be giving three dance science workshops for teachers.
Join HDC Immediate Past President, Andrea Downie, for a Healthy Dance Practice Certificate course this June in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan. Register today!
Royal Academy of Dance is hosting two days of CPD workshops on Wednesday 28 and Thursday 29 August alongside the Genée International Ballet Competition in Toronto. Workshops will take place at Canada’s National Ballet School and include dance science courses: Preparing for Optimal Dance, Dance Injury Prevention & Management, and Understanding Anatomical & Biomechanical Principles of Dance. Register today!
Healthy Dancer Canada is pleased to offer a broad selection of eleven NEW workshops for the dance community on topics that focus on improving dancer health and wellbeing, training, and performance. All of the workshops can be adapted to suit a specific audience including dancers, teachers, rehearsal directors, choreographers, health professionals, and more. HDC’s workshop content will fit your organization’s unique and specific needs. Please contact us at email@example.com for more information, and to organize a workshop in your area!
Join facilitators Andrea Downie, Nicole Hamilton, and Kiah Brubacher-Cressman for a Healthy Dancer Canada workshop, Optimizing Dance Performance, at the New Blue Festival in Toronto, Monday June 4th 2018, 4:00pm - 6:00pm.
Through movement and discussion, this workshop for dancers and teachers will look at the many physical and psychological tools available to help dancers optimize dance performance in the studio and on the stage. Topics include physical preparation and readiness, injury prevention and management, and psychological aspects of training and performance that contribute to dance excellence.
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