Wednesday, October 6, 2010
Moving About: Capturing Movement Highlights Using Motif Notation, by Charlotte Wile with Ray Cook
Submitted by Charlotte Wile - October 7, 2010
I am happy to announce the publication of Moving About: Capturing Movement Highlights Using Motif Notation, by Charlotte Wile with Ray Cook.
Moving About teaches how to read and write Motif Notation. It tells about movement and how to tell what movement is about.
All aspects of movement are explored, including timing, body portion involvement, direction, Effort, Shape Modes, and actions (relating, traveling, forming body configurations, transferring weight, flexing and extending, falling, turning, going in the air, and changing altitude.) The book's 464 pages also contain many reading studies, quizzes, paradigms for concepts and indications, and an extensive bibliography.
For purchasing information and a free online preview, go to the Moving About website.