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Learning from your body : an emersive method at the CNAC

Andrieu, Bernard ; Centre national des arts du cirque
Mont-Saint-Aignan, France : Presses universitaires de Rouen et du Havre, 2018


Learning from your living body is now possible. This book brings together films recorded on GoPro cameras, complied on a DVD produced by Raoul Bender, our photographs taken at training sessions and our interviews with artists from the National Centre for Circus Arts (Centre national du cirque, CNAC) in Châlons-en-Champagne.

Each person can recognise three types of movements in their bodies: the involuntary gestures that our living body makes as it adapts, gestures integrated by techniques and learning, and intentional gestures that are aware of our motor decisions.

Emotions, affects, fear and vertigo find unique information in the living body which contribute to our well-being. Analysing movement boosts both body confidence and self-esteem. Sharing gestures with other bodies nurtures good intercorporeality. [editor summary]

Learning from your living body is now possible. This book brings together films recorded on GoPro cameras, complied on a DVD produced by Raoul Bender, our photographs taken at training sessions and our interviews with artists from the National Centre for Circus Arts (Centre national du cirque, CNAC) in Châlons-en-Champagne.

Each person can recognise three types of movements in their bodies: the involuntary gestures that our living body makes ...


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Apprendre de son corps : une méthode émersive au CNAC

Andrieu, Bernard ; Centre national des arts du cirque
Mont-Saint-Aignan, France : Presses universitaires de Rouen et du Havre, 2017


Apprendre de son corps vivant est désormais possible. Ce livre réunit des films tournés en GoPro, repris dans un DVD réalisé par Raoul Bender / Unité de production audiovisuelle du Cnac, des photographies à l’entraînement et des entretiens avec les étudiants du Centre national des arts du cirque (CNAC) de Châlons-en-Champagne.

Chacun peut reconnaitre trois types de mouvements dans son corps : les gestes involontaires produits par l’adaptation de notre corps vivant, les gestes incorporés par les techniques et les apprentissages, les gestes intentionnels et conscients de nos décisions motrices. Émotions, affects, peur et vertige trouvent dans le corps vivant des informations inédites qui contribuent à notre bien-être.

L’analyse du mouvement favorise à la fois la confiance corporelle et l’estime de soi. Le partage des gestes avec les autres corps nourrit une belle intercorporéité. [résumé de l'éditeur]

Apprendre de son corps vivant est désormais possible. Ce livre réunit des films tournés en GoPro, repris dans un DVD réalisé par Raoul Bender / Unité de production audiovisuelle du Cnac, des photographies à l’entraînement et des entretiens avec les étudiants du Centre national des arts du cirque (CNAC) de Châlons-en-Champagne.

Chacun peut reconnaitre trois types de mouvements dans son corps : les gestes involontaires produits par l’adaptation ...


Cote : 791.307 11 A573a 2017

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Jeux et sports : la mise en action du corps : comprendre, expliquer et décrypter les conduites motrices : l'approche praxéologique

Joncheray, Hélène ; Vigne, Mickaël ; Parlebas, Pierre
Paris : L'Harmattan, 2012

La science de l'action motrice ou praxéologie, mise en place par Pierre Parlebas, se destine à l'analyse des pratiques corporelles. Cet ouvrage de recherches propose des analyses des techniques du corps dans des contextes variés. La praxéologie constitue un outil de 1er ordre pour comprendre et exprimer les richesses culturelles, notamment sportives d'une société. [résumé de l'éditeur]


Cote : 306.483 J761j 2012

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Énergie et bien-être par le mouvement : les fondements de la méthode Feldenkrais

Feldenkrais, Moshe ; Rosenfeld, Lisette
Dangles, 1993

Nous agissons, soutient Feldenkrais, en fonction de l'image que nous nous faisons de nous-même, généralement réduite par des facteurs d'hérédité et d'éducation extérieure. Mais chacun a en soi le pouvoir de s'auto-éduquer par la conscience et l'attention, donc de corriger des programmes physiques et psychiques qui, a priori, peuvent paraître inamovibles. [résumé de l'éditeur]


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Awareness through movement : easy-to-do health exercises to improve your posture, vision, imagination, and personal awareness

Feldenkrais, Moshe
New York : HarperCollins, 1990

Thousands have found renewed health and increased sensory awareness through the Feldenkrais method as explained in Awareness Through Movement. Here is a way for people of every age to integrate physical and mental development into a new, invigorating wholeness. Feldenkrais provides a modern-day, practical program for the perennial ideal of a healthy mind in a healthy body. His down-to-earth method carefully avoids any mystical component and never obliges any pupil to master abstruse theories. Exercises for posture, eyes, imagination, and more will simultaneously build better body habits and focus new dimensions of awareness, self-image, and human potential. [editor summary]
Thousands have found renewed health and increased sensory awareness through the Feldenkrais method as explained in Awareness Through Movement. Here is a way for people of every age to integrate physical and mental development into a new, invigorating wholeness. Feldenkrais provides a modern-day, practical program for the perennial ideal of a healthy mind in a healthy body. His down-to-earth method carefully avoids any mystical component and ...


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Temporal and spatial factors reflecting performance improvement during learning three-ball cascade juggling

Hashizume, Ken ; Matsuo, Tomoyuki
Elsevier, 2004

Beek and van Santvoord [Beek, P. J., & van Santvoord, A. A. M. (1992). Journal of Motor Behavior, 24, 85-94] proposed a three-stage model of learning to juggle based on group analyses of temporal measures. Here, we examined in detail how the temporal and spatial features of juggling evolved in eight individual participants progressing from the second to the third stage of learning. During the second stage, the dwell ratio, defined as the ratio of the time that the juggler holds a ball between catch and toss and the hand cycle time (HCT), was stable when it was about 0.83. The subjects with a dwell ratio near this value and controlled throws exhibited stable juggling, whereas the subjects with a dwell ratio of 0.80 or smaller exhibited unstable juggling. Compared to the former group, the latter group had a longer time from the throw of a ball to the arrival at its zenith (TZ), and a shorter time between the arrival of an airborne ball at its zenith and the subsequent throw (IZR). The latter group also exhibited larger variability in the dwell ratio and IZR. With practice, the subjects appropriated, on average, the duration of TZ and IZR to the dwell ratio and improved the ability to accurately throw balls by changing the motions of the limb segments involved. Although these changes helped to stabilize the performance during the second stage, the variability problem was not sufficiently resolved. Only two out of eight subjects passed on to the third stage by the last (10th) Session. They achieved small variability in IZR, dwell ratio, and flight paths of the ball while juggling with short HCTs and small dwell ratios. These results suggest that the reduction of variability in these variables was essential to pass on to the third stage.[authors summary]
Beek and van Santvoord [Beek, P. J., & van Santvoord, A. A. M. (1992). Journal of Motor Behavior, 24, 85-94] proposed a three-stage model of learning to juggle based on group analyses of temporal measures. Here, we examined in detail how the temporal and spatial features of juggling evolved in eight individual participants progressing from the second to the third stage of learning. During the second stage, the dwell ratio, defined as the ratio ...


Cote : 793.870 15 H348t 2004

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Multifrequency coordination in bimanual tapping : asymmetrical coupling and signs of supercriticality

Peper, C. (Lieke) E. ; Beek, Peter J. ; Van Wieringen, Piet C. W.
1995

The circle map provides a general mathematical model for the mode-locking behavior observed in systems of coupled oscillators. From this theoretical perspective, multifrequency tapping was studied. Three experiments were conducted in which skilled drummers participated. The results were in qualitative agreement with the dynamical features of the circle map. The stability of behavior was affected by the movement frequency at which the multifrequency relations were performed. Attraction to lower order ratios (predominantly showing Farey relations) was observed. In some situations bistability and hysteresis occurred, implying that the system was situated in the supercritical domain of the circle map where resonance zones overlap. Furthermore, the results suggest that multifrequency tapping is characterized by an asymmetrical coupling in that the influence of the fast hand on the slow hand is the strongest. [authors summary]
The circle map provides a general mathematical model for the mode-locking behavior observed in systems of coupled oscillators. From this theoretical perspective, multifrequency tapping was studied. Three experiments were conducted in which skilled drummers participated. The results were in qualitative agreement with the dynamical features of the circle map. The stability of behavior was affected by the movement frequency at which the mu...


Cote : 793.870 15 B4147m 1995

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