chapter  6
Developing self-image and self-expression through movement
ByBernie Warren, Richard Coaten
Pages 26

All living organisms, at least once in their lives, exhibit behaviours that could be referred to as dancing. Human beings are no exception. We are constantly pursuing movements that have repetition and rhythm and can be subdivided, by an outside observer, into movement themes or phrases. Many modern choreographers often build on these natural movement sequences to create dances that audiences pay money to watch.