This face-on view of the old Charlotte Street School shows the oldest section of the building, which dates from 1884. It was designed by James C. Dumaresq of Halifax, who also designed the New Brunswick legislature, and Harry H. Mott of Saint John.
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The Charlotte Street Arts centre offers this specialized one-day workshop with Darryl Tracy, which will explore critical pedagogical principles for dance teachers and all movement instructors.
Motor Learning includes relationships between teaching and learning. Investigating dance is a continuous process of unlearning, learning, relearning, reflection and evaluation. The impact these actions have on the students can be huge. This one-day workshop will reveal motor learning skills in young adults and adults and discuss elements of sensation, habitual compensations and alignment. Teachers, in a classroom setting, are often presented with a variety of conundrums. This workshop will address common motor learning habits and how to address them. The workshop will also focus on knee hyperextension and the non-dynamic posture.
Darryl Tracy is a Toronto-based independent dance artist and neuro-rehabilitation physiotherapist. He is a senior faculty member in dance at the School of Toronto Dance Theatre and is a senior therapist at a private physiotherapy clinic, Physio-Logic.
Darryl will facilitate the beginning of the day with an informal and user-friendly lecture reviewing motor learning patterns and the common challenges of today’s dancers. He will then lead the participants through two afternoon labs looking at knee hyperextension and the inactive torso.
Darryl provides an inclusive, safe learning environment. Dance teachers of all styles are invited (ballet/modern/jazz/hip-hop, etc). Additionally, all movement instructors are encouraged to participate (Pilates instructors, Personal Trainers, Yoga teachers) or anyone interested in movement education.
Date: Saturday, January 4th 10am-4pm at the Charlotte Street Arts Centre
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