Chapter 1. The Dance Environment; Chapter 3. Warming Up and Cooling Down; Chapter 4. Training Principles and Supplementary Fitness; Chapter 5. Rest and Recovery; Chapter 6. Sequencing and Progression; Chapter 7. Nutrition and Hydration; Chapter 9. Injury Awareness and Management; Chapter 10. Adaptations for Specific Populations; Chapter 11. Evaluating and Appreciating Your Safe Dance Practice.
Reviews in UK and European dance websites, magazines and journals including Dancing Times, Dance UK, Dance Today and Dance Europe. Featured at various dance events throughout the UK and Europe including the International Dance Teacher Conference and Dance UK. Solus emails, inclusion in online newsletters and posted on Human Kinetics' Health and Fitness Blog. Textbook for courses in dance education and dance teacher training. Also suitable as a professional resource for course and programme leaders, lecturers and teachers from all genres of dance.
Edel Quin is leader of the master's in dance science programme in the faculty of dance at Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance. She specialises in applying science theory and research to the teaching and practice of dance. Sonia Rafferty is a senior lecturer at Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance in London. She has been a consultant and lead assessor for Trinity College London's certificate in safe and effective dance. Charlotte Tomlinson is a dance lecturer, community practitioner and registered course provider for Safe in Dance International (SiDI), for whom she designed and delivered the first healthy dance practice certification course in Europe.