An Interview with Rich Goldsand

by Nicole Manus, Graduate Teaching Assistant/Program Assistant, Arizona State University, Department of Dance

On Wednesday, November 2nd, I interviewed Rich Goldsand, Faculty Associate, instructor of Feldenkrais: DAN 394. What follows is a transcription of that interview. A course in the Feldenkrais method, a somatics practice, is offered each semester through the dance department.

N.M.: How would you describe Feldenkrais to a dancer in a single sentence?

R.G.:The Feldenkrais Method®helps dancers to coordinate their movements so that they are moving in a more efficient and less painful way.

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