As most dancers know, dance is not just about doing the choreography. Dance is about putting emotion, feeling, attitude, and strength behind each move, transition, sequence, and look. Learning to mirror the body's expression with movement can be challenging. This workshop focuses on ways to help your audience feel what you want them to feel, based on subtle changes such as a tilting of the chin, a sideways look, a forward lean, a shoulder slouch, and more. Learn how to take your performing to the next level! For all levels!
Note: in Mel's undergraduate psychology degree, Mel spent a full year class studying psychology in dance, including how to elicit certain emotions or feelings from the audience, such as fear, happiness, anger, creepiness, sensuality, and so much more based on small body changes, music, and movement relative to music, in addition to learning how to make movements look smaller and bigger based on starting and ending positions.