Life on Land: The Story of Continuum
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Life on Land: The Story of Continuum

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In 1967, after achieving fame as a dancer and choreographer with the Katharine Dunham troupe in Haiti, Emilie Conrad faced a personal crisis that led her to study how people move, both physically and emotionally. She subsequently developed techniques that allow trauma and paralysis victims to achieve a not previously imagined range of mobility. Conrad has trained thousands...more
Paperback, 200 pages
Published August 1st 2001 by North Atlantic Books
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