St. Charles, MO
DUE to COVID-19,
THIS CONFERENCE HAS BEEN POSTPONED.
Please check back as we are hoping to
re-schedule for the summer of 2021.
WHO WE ARE
In 2001, the Dance Kinesiology Teachersʼ Group (DKT) was established by a group of educators across several universities in the United States, many of whom had worked directly with Sally Fitt, a dance science educator and author of the well-used text, “Dance Kinesiology.” The DKT group’s mission was to help educators share teaching strategies, educational resources and meet other educators integrating dance with science and somatics. Since 2001, the initial, core group of DKT’s has grown extensively and several conferences have been organized over the last several years in order to share teaching insights and resources.
As educators we are always looking to improve and gain new perspectives on teaching dance science and somatic practices. The resources provided are some of our best teaching practices and/or other ways to continue your education in the training adn education of healthy, smart dancers.
In addition to a biennial conference the group also gathers at the International Associaton of Dance Medicine and Science (IADMS) and Performing Arts Medicine Association (PAMA) annual conferences. These meetings are just one of the ways we share our current classroom practices and research in dance science and somatics.
Dance Studio Applications of Anatomy and Somatics
Conference for Dance Science and Somatics Educators (DSSE)
With Special Guest & Honoree: Kathryn "Kitty" Daniels
August 3-5, 2018
Department of Theater & Dance
University at Buffalo - SUNY
WE ARE A GROUP OF LIKE MINDED INDIVIDUALS WHO TEACH DANCE TECHNIQUE, DANCE SCIENCE, SOMATICS, KINESIOLOGY AND ANATOMY AT INSTITUTIONS ACROSS THE COUNTRY. WE ARE ALWAYS LOOKING FOR NEW PERSPECTIVES AND TEACHING STRATEGIES AND LOVE TO SHARE IDEAS WITH OTHERS.
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