For adults, who may find that kind of language childish, phrases like "lift your heart" might be more appropriate. * Sensory Sensory images are auditory ("land as quietly as a cat"), kinesthetic ("feel resistance in your ronde de jambe en l'air, like stirring batter") and visual ("curve your spine like the letter C"). "If you want to get a bound-flow feeling from younger students, say the whole floor is covered in peanut butter, and they have to get across," says Diane Jacobowitz, executive and artistic director of DanceWave, a performing arts school in New York City.
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