Yin and Yang in the World of Motion

Yin and Yang in the World of Motion

Written by_Zuna Vesan_2016 The Yin and Yang concept is the basis of the Taoist philosophy. It has had impact on...
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The knees of a mover

The knees of a mover

Written by_Zuna Vesan_2016_editing consultant Julianna Bloodgood-Habel Knees are the most commonly injured joints of dancers and other movers. But our...
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A dancer on a journey

A dancer on a journey

Written by Zuna Vesan_2016_editing consultant Julianna Bloodgood-Habel The life of a dancer, especially a freelance dancer, is accompanied with a...
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An interview about Zuna´s book

An interview about Zuna´s book

Written by Radana Kodetová_2018_translated by Žubra Žubretovská_photo by Zuzana Štolcová Zuna is writing her second book “TAO OF MOVEMENT”, in...
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I was a lightning conductor connecting heaven to earth

I was a lightning conductor connecting heaven to earth

Written by Klára Alexová_2019_translated by Annie Nováčková_photo by Carla Kogelman In December 2017, I attended the Female Tao Retreat at...
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Moxa in the dancer’s first aid kit

Moxa in the dancer’s first aid kit

Written by_Zuna Vesan_2016_editing consultant Julianna Bloodgood-Habel During my work in China, I encountered moxa sticks as a matter of course...
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Why Qigong for dancers?

Why Qigong for dancers?

Written by Zuna Vesan_2016 We have been integrating Qigong both into our teaching and our work as performative dance artists...
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Suspension – Bardo of Dance

Suspension – Bardo of Dance

Written by Zuna Vesan_2009 When I started to discover the world of modern dance at age 16, José Limón’s technique...
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A dancer’s dilemma: when the self is created to match others’ expectations

A dancer’s dilemma: when the self is created to match others’ expectations

Written by Kate Mattingly_2009 The conflict between reality and illusion is ever-present in an artist’s career: dancers appear to be...
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