Dance Science

I completed my MSc in Dance Science at Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance, a leading institution in this field. Dance Science research is growing fast and gaining acknowledgement from dancers and dance educators around the world.
I have presented my work at several international conferences and I continue to work with dancers (professional and students), choreographers, teachers and leaders in the dance industry.

Here’s an article on feedback following the workshop I gave at the 2017 IADMS conference : 

I stand corrected! From correction to constructive feedback

And here’s an article I wrote on the Touch in Dance for le Regroupement Québecois de la Danse:

Le toucher, un outil précieux en danse

During the IADMS annual meeting in October 2011, I presented my research on stage presence and somatics, as well as a movement session on the benefits of touch for dancers, teachers and choreographers.

Abstracts available here:

Investigating the effects of applied somatic principles on perceived stage presence

Touch: a powerful tool for dancers, choreographers and dance teachers

I was also invited to give a talk on Dance Science and my research on stage presence at TEDxLSE in 2013

When dance and science meet: Karine Rathle at TEDxLSE 2013


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