Strength and Conditioning; Returning to Dance After a Break - Part 1

Author: Andrew Schaeffer CSCS on behalf of the IADMS Dance Educators Committee

What does it take to get back to dancing after a break? In this three-part series, Andrew Schaeffer CSCS takes us through the training programme of a retired dancer in preparation for her return to dance with Mark Morris Dance Company.



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Reflections from the 2021 IADMS Strategic Planning Process

In 2021, IADMS embarked on a strategic planning process to refine and further define the Association’s direction, and layout the long-term goals and short-term actions to accomplish such a feat. Three of the IADMS Strategic Planning Workgroup members, Joe Bowie, Andrea Kozai, and Gregory Youdan, offered us their perspective on the process and end-result of the new IADMS 3-Year Strategic Plan.  

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Introducing the 2021 Student Research Fund Recipients (Part 1)

The IADMS Research Committee is proud to announce the eight recipients of the 2021 Student Research Fund! 

This is the first of two blog posts and introduces the first four recipients. Be sure to also check out part 2 to hear from all eight recipients and learn more about their research and what receiving the award means to them!

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Introducing the 2021 Student Research Fund Recipients (Part 2)

The IADMS Research Committee is proud to announce the eight recipients of the 2021 Student Research Fund! 

This is the second of two blog posts and introduces the rest of this years' recipients. Be sure to also check out part 1 to hear from all eight recipients and learn more about their research and what receiving the award means to them!

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Developing a Dance for Health Project: Considerations

Author: The IADMS Dance for Health Committee

It has been exciting to see the growth in the number of teaching-artists delivering dance in participatory settings to promote health and wellbeing among different populations. Alongside this, attempts are being made to capture data from their projects to build evidence of the value of dance as an activity that improves health and wellbeing. As a way of supporting the potential for collaboration between teaching-artists and researchers, the IADMS Dance for Health Committee created a set of guiding questions to help those who are planning dance for health projects in the form of an infographic, available in both English and French. 

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