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Increasing Hip Flexibility for Dance and Sports

Eric Franklin ©2024
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This session explored how to enhance your dance movements or help dance students improve their performance. Teaching included natural, organic, and healthy ways to increase hip flexibility without straining your body.

During the session, Eric Franklin demonstrated some example exercises to gain greater understanding of alternatives to stretching for flexibility. He also discussed why the Franklin Method emphasizes mental imagery and offered pointers for how to teach dancers to use mental imagery.

With over 40 years of experience as a teacher, dancer and choreographer, Eric Franklin offers unparalleled expertise. He is the Director and Founder of the Franklin Method Institute. Created in 1994, the Franklin Method combines dynamic science-based imagery, touch, anatomical embodiment, and educational skills to create lasting positive change in the body and mind as well as improvements in posture, movement, and focus.

There are no continuing education credits attached to this webinar.