Anne Joutsimäki
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Going upside down can be a little intimidating if you are new to yoga. In this practice, I’m going to walk you through simple yoga inversions to get used to bearing the weight of your body. Along the way, you will discover ways to balance and feel the strengthening benefits of inverting! Get the workout here: http://paleo.co/9yogainversions

Going upside down can be a little intimidating if you are new to yoga. In this practice, I’m going to walk you through simple yoga inversions to get used to bearing the weight of your body. Along the way, you will discover ways to balance and feel the strengthening benefits of inverting! Get the workout here: http://paleo.co/9yogainversions

Birman Heartbeat

Birman Heartbeat

Kurt Jooss, who helped develop German Tanztheater, frequently focused on the fallibility of the human condition in the works he created. Celebrate throwback Thursday by digging into dance history: http://bit.ly/QB3PLE #tbt #dance #dancehistory

Kurt Jooss, who helped develop German Tanztheater, frequently focused on the fallibility of the human condition in the works he created. Celebrate throwback Thursday by digging into dance history: http://bit.ly/QB3PLE #tbt #dance #dancehistory

Bob Fosse and Gwen Verdon in "Who'€™s Got the Pain"€ from "Damn Yankees!" Photo Courtesy of Dance Magazine archives:

Bob Fosse and Gwen Verdon in "Who'€™s Got the Pain"€ from "Damn Yankees!" Photo Courtesy of Dance Magazine archives:

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Agrippina Vaganova | Dance Teacher magazine | Practical. Nurturing. Motivating. The voice of dance educators.

Agrippina Vaganova | Dance Teacher magazine | Practical. Nurturing. Motivating. The voice of dance educators.

Lighting Design by Jesse Belsky www.jessebelsky.com

Lighting Design by Jesse Belsky www.jessebelsky.com

The father of theatrical jazz dance Theatrical jazz dance innovator Jack Cole (1911­–1974) forever changed the face of theater dance by mixing ethnic movement with jazz—what he dubbed “urban folk dance.” Culling movement from the dance ... Continue reading →

The father of theatrical jazz dance Theatrical jazz dance innovator Jack Cole (1911­–1974) forever changed the face of theater dance by mixing ethnic movement with jazz—what he dubbed “urban folk dance.” Culling movement from the dance ... Continue reading →

Choreographer Trisha Brown made an indelible mark on the art of dance. #WomensHistoryMonth

Choreographer Trisha Brown made an indelible mark on the art of dance. #WomensHistoryMonth

i was normal three cats ago

i was normal three cats ago