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Dr. Deb Miller and I talk about empathy! Check out her website here: www.drdebmiller.com Purchase her book through Amazon: https://www.amazon.com/More-Than-Sorry-Committed-Infidelity/dp/173698201X/ref=sr_1_1?crid=3GT5LUZ4SQYE6&keywords=more+than+sorry&qid=1663786068&sprefix=more+than+sorry%2Caps%2C102&sr=8-1…
 
This episode is all about how to take a movement you have observed and experience it in your own body. Check out the FB page here: https://www.facebook.com/groups/652063172486546 Support the podcast on Patreon here: www.patreon.com/fieldguidetobodylanguage In case you're interested here is an article on mirror neurons: Psychology Today Article on M…
 
Who better to have clear up some communication concepts than a communication professor? In this episode Professor Swett walks us through the process of communication, and a few other concepts that are key in understanding body language. Spoiler alert, Karen is also my sister.Laurel Foley tarafından oluşturuldu
 
Observation techniques from the pro's. If you'd like to read more about observation, check out Beyond Words by Moore and Yamamoto: https://www.amazon.com/Beyond-Words-Movement-Observation-Analysis/dp/0415610028/ref=sr_1_1?crid=1W1CW64VUM1SW&keywords=beyond+words+carol+lynne+moore&qid=1660783286&sprefix=beyond+words+carol+lynne+moore%2Caps%2C87&sr=8…
 
*CONTENT WARNING: Andy and I do, briefly, talk about how to be situationally aware in a shooting situation.* Well, my first interview was a little rough. Andy was an amazing guest, but I’m not convinced anything I said actually made any sense. Stay tuned to the FB group page: https://www.facebook.com/groups/652063172486546 I’ll write up something o…
 
This week I cover the neuromuscular patterns that help us move through space. For extra FREE content, join the FB Group here: https://www.facebook.com/groups/652063172486546 If you'd like to support the podcast, you can do that on Patreon: patreon.com/fieldguidetobodylanguageLaurel Foley tarafından oluşturuldu
 
Wether you're obsessed with or grossed out by feet, they contribute to how you move and communicate in a big way! For lots of free bonus content, check out the Field Guide to Body Language FB Group here: https://www.facebook.com/groups/652063172486546 Join me for Find Your Footing, or an online Pilates Mat Class here: www.voltagepilates.com Click b…
 
This week I talk about the next two neuromuscular connections in the body, Core-Distal and Head-Tail, how they connect our body in very functional ways, and also influence our body language. If you're interested in any of the reading material I mention, here are the links.... Anatomy Trains, Thomas Myers https://www.amazon.com/Anatomy-Trains-Myofas…
 
This is the beginning of a three part series on understanding the human body. I'll be talking about how the body is connected and how the basic patterns of connection are reflected in out body language. Enjoy! For more information on Moshe Feldenkrais: https://feldenkrais.com/about-moshe-feldenkrais/ More on Ida Rolf: https://www.rolf.org/history.p…
 
So, there isn't enough room to put links to all the books in the show notes - whoops! - but I did put ALL of the links in a post in the FB group. It's a public group, so feel free to join! How the Body Knows It’s Mind, Beilock https://www.amazon.com/How-Body-Knows-Its-Mind/dp/145162669X/ref=tmm_pap_swatch_0?_encoding=UTF8&qid=1651712902&sr=1-1 The …
 
Spoiler Alert!!!! There is no such thing as good posture. In this episode, I'll talk about what's really involved in posture and how is informs our body language. Here are the resources I mentioned: *Please remember to consult your health care provider before starting a movement practice. For Yoga: www.glo.com is a great website for yoga classes. T…
 
Today we're talking about how Effort Elements combine, and how those combinations help form our own personal dialect of body language. Enjoy! Take care of yourself! Please don’t watch the 2016 debate , or online sermons if they will be triggering for you! It's always an option to watch them on mute, or pick a Ted Talk instead. (Just remember that t…
 
This episode we're considering 4 ways to consider our personal space. Leonardo da Vinci's Vitruvian Man: https://www.leonardodavinci.net/the-vitruvian-man.jsp Head Spins with Kid Glyde: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EMfZVZm3RQQ Rond de Jambe CORRECTION: I should have identified the rond de jambe as Far Reach, Mid Level. You'll see it in the first…
 
This episode explores a holistic approach to body language. How to look at the whole body, consider the intention of each movement, body shapes and personal space. Visit my website for more information: www.fieldguidetobodylanguage.com Prefer to learn visually? FREE Intro Class available here: https://successful-painter-6080.ck.page/7e4f87f87f…
 
Ja’ Malik, named “a choreographer to watch” by The New York Times, is quickly becoming an in-demand choreographer around the country. A former member of Cleveland Ballet, Oakland Ballet, North Carolina Dance Theatre, Ballet Hispanico, and Ballet X. He has created original works on such companies as Oakland Ballet, North Carolina Dance Theater 2, Ci…
 
Merlyne Jean-Louis, Esq. is the founder and owner of Jean-Louis Law, P.C., a New York-based law firm that focuses on business and entertainment law. A former dancer, she uses her legal and creative knowledge to help transform her clients (content creators, influencers, creatives and entrepreneurs) into CEOs. A former dancer, Merlyne is also a dance…
 
Born and raised in Saint. Petersburg, Florida, Amos began his professional training at the Academy of Ballet Arts and the Pinellas County Center for the Arts. Prior to AMDA College and Conservatory of Performing Arts-LA, Amos received his BFA in dance performance from The Boston Conservatory. While at the conservatory, he performed many works by wo…
 
Antwon Keith Collier is a South Florida native who has discovered true passion and purpose while living in Los Angeles, CA. Having worked with some of the industries top choreographers, directors, and celebrities like Missy Elliot, Camila Cabello, Beyonce, Mariah Carey, Janet Jackson, Lizzo, Miley Cyrus and Normani. Least just say, “the man has mov…
 
Chantel Williams is a native New Yorker, story-teller, mover, travel enthusiast, and lover of bright lipstick! She began her dance training at the age of nine, exploring all genres of dance but developed a passion for street styles that she nurtured throughout her years in college. Following her graduation from NYU's Stern School of Business, Chant…
 
Carmillia “Carmi” Harris has performed in several musicals & plays including Roe, A Motown Christmas, Memphis, The Wiz, Beehive The Musical, A Midsummer Night’s Dream, and more. She has also performed in several cabarets at venues including NYC favorites “Feinstein’s/54 Below” & “Don’t Tell Mama” and more. The vocalist, actor & model has also appea…
 
Christopher Charles McDaniel is originally from East Harlem, NY, and is a former dancer with the Dance Theatre of Harlem Ensemble, and more recently, Los Angeles Ballet and Ballet San Antonio. Christopher has had the honor of dancing many featured roles in the company's eclectic repertoire. He has received multiple highlights and shout outs from cr…
 
Kathleen is a former dancer, a writer, and a fundraiser. She is also one of millions of people who have battled depression. As a dancer Kathleen trained at the Pittsburgh Ballet Theatre School and the San Francisco Ballet School in their pre-professional divisions. She also spent summers at the School of American Ballet and the Chautauqua Festival …
 
Eryc Taylor, Artistic Director/Founder of Eryc Taylor Dance, has presented work worldwide since 1995. Originally from Los Angles, he received his BFA in Dance from the University of the Arts, Philadelphia, PA, and an MFA in Dance from New York University's Tisch School of the Arts. Eryc Taylor has studied abroad at both the London Contemporary Scho…
 
Christy classically trained on scholarship at The Ailey School in New York City before finding her love in professional musical theater and commercial dance. She performed many genres of dance globally in theaters, industrials and with touring companies, as well as holding a Dance Captain and featured dancer/singer position with Princess Cruise Lin…
 
Joe Rosko started his fitness career at the age of one. He was in his family’s garage when his dad put a pair of 2 and a 1/2 lb plates on each side of a broom stick and taught him to do clean and jerks (video evidence accessible). Since then, Joe has been working as a fitness professional starting back in 2007. Joe’s professional acting career also…
 
On this week's episode we talk to Blaine Krauss, a performer that is all too familiar with the broadway scene! We discuss the importance of therapy, analyzing your roll so that you can keep your body safe while performing, take random singing breaks, and much more! Blaine Alden Krauss is a native of St. Petersburg, Florida. He holds a BFA in Musica…
 
This week we discuss all things nutrition, from living the gluten free lifestyle, to the perks of consuming a plant based diet. We even jump into properly fueling yourself for show days. Dancer Poll: https://forms.gle/GZnAR18yn7SaegGK6Sherrill Williams tarafından oluşturuldu
 
This week we discuss what causes low back pain and some tools to help you decrease the pain. Anthony gives us the scoop on tour life while dealing with this pesky issue, and his transition from regional theatre to touring around the US. Anthony Murphy is a Singer/Actor from St. Petersburg Fl. He is best known for ORIGINATING the role of the Genie i…
 
In this episode Markquis Kordale talks about his journey to becoming an ARTrepreneur while trying to heal his body. I will be explaining how to recover from an unstable shoulder when you don't have access to a medical professional. Markquis has been a professional artist since the age of 13. Gaining a slew of talents and achievements. A professiona…
 
On this week’s episode Melissa Scheetz opens up about her professional ballet career, getting injured during Nutcracker, and the struggle to survive in a dance company with no health insurance. Melissa is a graduate from the University of Utah where she completed a Masters in Exercise and Sport Science. She had the privilege to work with dancers fr…
 
In this week's episode we talk about everything from being a professional dancer, training for the Olympics, and how plungers can help you with your tight IT band! You are in for a treat, and guaranteed laughs! Raymond is from the Tampa Bay area in Florida. He is a Dancer, Singer, and Actor. Formally trained at New World School of the Arts in Miami…
 
In this week's episode you will learn about Samiyah and how she juggles having early onset arthritis, while dancing professionally. Your host will be demystifying early onset arthritis for the listeners! Samiyah Lynnice Parramore is a Florida native. She began her training at Academy of Ballet Arts and Artz 4 Life Academy, Inc. in the Tampa Bay Are…
 
In this weeks episode you will hear about Jared Brunson and his journey to heal from a muscle strain. I will be explaining muscle strains and the phases of healing. Jared Allan Brunson is a Saint Petersburg Fl. native, receiving his initial training in West African song, music, and dance from Jai Hinson and Baba Chuck Davis. After 10+ years traveli…
 
On this week's episode we are talking about mindfulness, what is expected of physical therapists from the dancer perspective, and taking care of hip and glute pain. Sir Brock holds a BFA from the Boston Conservatory, a MS in Entertainment Business from Full Sail University and is currently pursuing his MBA. His residencies and artist grants include…
 
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