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u/Ghadzilla · 2 pointsr/Dance

Read. There are some fantastic books about choreography :

Great book to start. In the end, know why you're making a dance, even if it's because of a song, or because of a feeling. Once you have that, hold onto that and see where it takes you.

Improvisation is exactly the same idea, except instead of a feeling or song, create tasks for yourself. Improvisation is a place for you to explore your physical body trying out tasks or ideas. So give yourself a simple idea or task or emotional state and go from there, the deeper you go, the more interesting your movement will become. Simple ones to start are creating shapes with your body, circles with your nose/limbs, circles in space, lines in space. Perhaps playing with tempo, quick movements, slow movements or no stillness. Level changes both quick and slow. What is it to dance happy, sad, heavy, jealous. Also know, certain tasks also create emotional responses, so dancing quickly with your feet may make you feel happy, but dancing slowly while making circles could perhaps create a melancholic feeling. Write these things down, remember and most importantly, have fun. Improvisation is about exploring and expanding what you think is possible, it's okay to fail, it's okay to look bad and dumb because only once you've done all that do you know how to look good.

Good luck! Message me if you have any more questions!

u/KnowsTheLaw · 2 pointsr/Dance

I assume you already have lacrosse balls, but this is a really good tool too, using a car polisher for myofascial release or stripping.

The closest thing you can get to that's meant to use on humans is a percussor, which is >$300. Battery lasts for a couple hundred hours

All my bodywork practitioners got them after I showed them mine.

This acupressure mat is good too, you can wrap your arms in it or dig your hands into it:

Those are my favorites. I do a bit of thai massage for fun.

u/remembertosmilebot · 1 pointr/Dance

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u/murppie · 6 pointsr/Dance

There are musicians earplugs that you can get that still allow you to hear just fine but being down the peaks of the sound intensity. Used to use them when I taught indoor drumline.

Not the exact ones I had but they should do the trick.
Alpine Hearing Protection MusicSafe Classic Earplugs for Musicians

u/catsandjazz · 4 pointsr/Dance

They aren't all ballet dancers. 12 is Jason McDonald from David Parsons Dance Company. This is from a book called "Dancers Among Us" here is the link