In this course we will examine all the postural aspects which affect and may be decisive for a good performing on stage.
The necessary techniques are combined to work on propioception, equilibrium, muscular chains and the shrinking which affect the good placement, voice projection and staging.
- Giving tools for corporal work and exercises to improve the equilibrium in statics and the muscular chains equilibrium.
- Knowing the mechanisms which alter our fine postural system.
- Knowing the medical and physiotherapical principles to prevent injuries.
- Postural captors.
- Impact of the person's eye, foot and jaw posture.
- Recognition test of equilibrium.
- Ankle propioception: tibio astragaline joint.
- Muscular chains concept and their influence in tone and equilibrium.
- Stretching of the global muscular chains and of the ocular musculature.
- Standing and Sitting test.
- Postural and scenographic ergonomy.
- Postural and functional hygiene.
- Preventive exercises for the main causes of joint and muscular injuries.
- Propioception and equilibrium. Muscular balance.
- Breathing: different types. Improvement of capacity and performance.
- Repetition microtraumas.
- Joint and muscular overcharging injuries.
- Especific nutrition and diet for the muscular demands.
Neurological and physiological thorical explanation of equilibrium and changes in muscular tone which affect mobility and voice.
Practice of propioceptive tests and exercises. Theory and Practice are intermixed.
Requirements: wear comfortable clothing.
Length: 30 hours. To settle with the centre.
Attendants: 10 people per group.