365 Project – Video 18

Posted on January 18th, by Elise May in Research. No Comments



http://hotlinegirls.com/z9039/4943 A short video focusing on various inversions, put simply – upside down postures for the body. There has been some research suggesting that the benefits of inverting the body could have long term positive health impact if practiced regularly. In Sanskrit (the ancient records of yogic practice) there is a particular emphasis on inverted postures for well being, forming some of the fundamental core aspects of Yoga as we know it today.


http://levrikare.se/z8037/1523 This year I’ve decided to create my own experiment. I’m going to produce 1 video a day for 365 days…. So for 1 year – 1 video a day. I want to use it as a tool to reflect on the various parts of my practice as an artist. I also want to provide a glimpse of what it is like – a typical day-in-the-life of a dancer to give insight into the professional contemporary dance environment and the nature of this demanding art-form that I have devoted my career.
I’m really throwing myself in the deep end here in creating a video log or video diary. I have no preconceived ideas about what it will be – I will simply get stuck in and await for it to emerge in it’s own unique way…

About Elise May

follow link Elise May is an award winning dancer, choreographer and video/multimedia artist who has worked independently in Australia and is a member of Brisbane’s Expressions Dance Company (EDC).