Paxton, Steve
January 2005
Contact Quarterly;Winter/Spring2005, Vol. 30 Issue 1, p14
Profiles Mary Fulkerson, an improvisation dance teacher. Teaching style; Encouraging her students to develop sensitivity to alignment and efficient patterns in the body; Providing her students with a map into private anatomical sensations and improvements.


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