1st International Congress of Medicine, Psychology, Methodology and Body Conditioning in Dance.

2021 Edition

from 22 to 25 July 2021

Scientific coordinator: Marco Batti

1st International Congress of Medicine, Psychology, Methodology and Body Conditioning in Dance.

2021 edition

from 22 to 25 July 2021

Scientific coordinator: Marco Batti

The great diffusion of dance in Italy has underlined the need, as well as the urgency, of continuous research, not only technical but also scientific and cultural. The study of anatomy, the knowledge of possible traumas that can occur during dance practice and, consequently, the study of the most suitable methods to prevent and treat them has become fundamental.

International Dance Conference (2021 Edition), in an attempt to create a union between art and science, aims to focus the spotlight on aspects, perhaps little analyzed, in the sphere of dance, looking at them with different eyes.

Starting from Psychology and Medicine, then moving on to Methodology and Technique, to conclude with Body Conditioning, the event will try to provide participants with all the fundamental notions for a methodological update, to know the appropriate forms and timing of recovery after a injury, to understand at a medical level what really happens and thus get to know dance at 360 °. In addition, the event will have an educational and updating nature for socio-health operators working in the physiotherapy, rehabilitation, orthopedic and sports medicine and food sectors and who want to apply their knowledge and studies in the dance field.

The great diffusion of dance in Italy has underlined the need, as well as the urgency, of continuous research, not only technical but also scientific and cultural. The study of anatomy, the knowledge of possible traumas that can occur during dance practice and, consequently, the study of the most suitable methods to prevent and treat them has become fundamental.

International Dance Conference (2021 Edition), in an attempt to create a union between art and science, aims to focus the spotlight on aspects, perhaps little analyzed, in the sphere of dance, looking at them with different eyes.

Starting from Psychology and Medicine, then moving on to Methodology and Technique, to conclude with Body Conditioning, the event will try to provide participants with all the fundamental notions for a methodological update, to know the appropriate forms and timing of recovery after a injury, to understand at a medical level what really happens and thus get to know dance at 360 °. In addition, the event will have an educational and updating nature for socio-health operators working in the physiotherapy, rehabilitation, orthopedic and sports medicine and food sectors and who want to apply their knowledge and studies in the dance field.

Paths

July 22

Psychology of Dance and Music applied to Dance

July 23

Dance Medicine


July 24

Methodology of Dance


July 25

Body conditioning


At the end of each day there will be a round table during which speakers and guests will be able to interact, giving life to a debate, on the topics covered.

Paths

July 22

Psychology of Dance and Music applied to Dance

July 23

Dance Medicine


July 24

Methodology of Dance

July 25

Body conditioning


At the end of each day there will be a round table during which speakers and guests will be able to interact, giving life to a debate, on the topics covered.

Title issued

All participants will receive a certificate of attendance with the list of activities carried out and the number of hours, with the signature of all the teachers / speakers of the conference issued by the Training Agency accredited by the Tuscany region: Ateneo della Danza. For those who will partially benefit from the conference, a partial certificate of the day (s) that have been followed with details of the activities carried out and number of hours will be issued.

For social and health workers: The conference will be included in the events for the achievement of ECM credits for socio-health operators, and doctors in the sector of Physiotherapy, Sports Medicine, Osteopathy, Nutrition, Traumatology, Orthopedics (etc.). The integral event provides for the release of 31 ECMs, after passing the multiple choice test for the assessment of learning, which will take place on the last day of the Conference (Sunday 25 July at 18.30). The test will consist of 31 multiple choice questions with 45 minutes of time to carry out, the achievement of the ECM will take place with at least 18 questions answered correctly.

route structure

Total hours 30 of which:

  • 22 hours of speeches by the Speakers
  • 4 hours of Q&A
  • 4 hours of "Round Table"

Psychology and Music

Medicine of Dance and Nutrition

Methodology of Dance

Dance Technique

Body conditioning

5h

6h

4h

2h

5h

Cost

  • Registration within May 31st € 400.00 + VAT
  • Registration from 1st June to 5th July € 480.00 + VAT
  • For the ECM certification the additional cost is € 150.00
  • To follow the conference, a single day costs € 160 + VAT

The fee includes: Registration, bibliographic summary, presentation brochure, teaching material (folder, notepad, pen), Coffe-Break, Lunch-Break, assistance service for booking questions and queries to teachers.

Agreements

IDConference has entered into an agreement reserving a 10% reduction on the conference participation fee. To take advantage of the discount, you must send an email to amministrazione@ateneodelladanza.it*, I attach a document certifying the registration / affiliation to the entities listed on the side

* with subject "IDC-Connection Registration"

Agreement stipulated with:

  • Uni Ecampus
  • University of Milan
  • AssoDanza Italy
  • Scienzemotorie.com
  • ConfSport Italy
  • Master in Physiotherapy applied to sport and artistic activities (Ma.SF) -UniSI

How to register

To subscribe to IDC, fill out the online form found at the end of this page, 

 

Attach the following documents:

  • Copy of front / back Identity card and, for foreign citizens, residence permit
  • Self-certification of the qualification (only for those enrolled who request the certification of the ECM)
  • 2 digital passport photos

SEde of development

Siena

 

Headquarters of the University of Dance, Piazza Maestri del Lavoro 31

PROCEDURE

  • In attendance
  • Telematics

ECM credits can only be acquired for those attending the conference in person.

Title
released

All participants will receive a certificate of attendance with the list of activities carried out and the number of hours, with the signature of all the teachers / speakers of the conference issued by the Training Agency accredited by the Tuscany region: Ateneo della Danza. For those who will partially benefit from the conference, a partial certificate of the day (s) that have been followed with details of the activities carried out and number of hours will be issued.

For social and health workers: The conference will be included in the events for the achievement of ECM credits for socio-health operators, and doctors in the sector of Physiotherapy, Sports Medicine, Osteopathy, Nutrition, Traumatology, Orthopedics (etc.). The integral event provides for the release of 31 ECMs, after passing the multiple choice test for the assessment of learning, which will take place on the last day of the Conference (Sunday 25 July at 18.30). The test will consist of 31 multiple choice questions with 45 minutes of time to carry out, the achievement of the ECM will take place with at least 18 questions answered correctly.

path structure

Total hours 30 of which:

  • 22 hours of speeches by the Speakers
  • 4 hours of Q&A
  • 4 hours of "Round Table"

Psychology and Music

Medicine of Dance and Nutrition

Methodology of Dance

Dance Technique

Body conditioning

5h

6h


4h

2h

5h

Cost

  • Registration within May 31st € 400.00 + VAT
  • Registration from 1st June to 5th July € 480.00 + VAT
  • For the ECM certification the additional cost is € 150.00
  • To follow the conference, a single day costs € 160 + VAT

The fee includes: Registration, bibliographic summary, presentation brochure, teaching material (folder, notepad, pen), Coffe-Breack, Lunch-Break, assistance service for booking questions and queries to teachers. 

Agreements

IDConference has entered into an agreement reserving a 10% reduction on the conference participation fee. To take advantage of the discount, you must send an email to amministrazione@ateneodelladanza.it*, I attach a document certifying the registration / affiliation to the entities listed on the side

* with subject "IDC-Connection Registration"

Agreement stipulated with:

  • Uni Ecampus
  • University of Milan
  • AssoDanza Italy
  • Scienzemotorie.com
  • ConfSport Italy
  • Master in Physiotherapy applied to sport and artistic activities (Ma.SF) -UniSI

How to register

To sign up for IDC, fill out the online form found at the end of this page.

Attach the following documents:

  • Copy of front / back Identity card and, for foreign citizens, residence permit
  • Self-certification of the qualification (only for those enrolled who request the certification of the ECM)
  • 2 digital passport photos

SEde of development

Siena

Headquarters of the University of Dance, Piazza Maestri del Lavoro 31

Methods of carrying out

  • In attendance
  • Telematics

ECM credits can only be acquired for those attending the conference in person.

Speakers

Dr. MARCO BATTI

Scientific manager

-Stretching, between myths and legends -Methodological progression of the technique of pas de deux -Dynamic and static balance in dance, tricks and specific training -Editorial disorders. Art therapy, movement and music as emotional support

Mr. LUCA BIASINI

Gyrotonic Expansion System®

The Gyrotonic: indispensable aid in every phase of the life of a dancer

Dr. EMILIA BUTELLI

Psychology

Families and dance, roles and encroachments

Prof. LORETA ALEXANDRESCU

Methodology

The teaching methodology in the figure of the Master

Prof. ROMEO CUTURI

Physiotherapy

Injury management in dance: from the student to the elite dancer

Prof. OMAR DE BARTOLOMEO

Orthopedics

Prevention and treatment of pathologies of the tersichoreus in the lower limb: from acute trauma to overuse injuries

Prof. NIURKA DE SAA

Technology

The Cuban School: methodological approach to the pirouette and the tour

Mr. EMANUELE ENRIA

Feldenkrais

Equilibrium: building and deconstructing movement.

Mrs. CLAUDIA FINK

Pilates

Pilates Flow in the preparation of a dancer

Prof.ssa ANNA MARIA GALEOTTI

Methodology

The jumps: from the cheerful little technique to the evolution in the first three years of academic courses

Dr. IRENE GIGLIOLI

Nutrition

Food "false beliefs" in the world of dance

MASTER MASSIMILIANO GRECO

Music

Music in Dance. Accompaniment as a support to dance teaching

Prof. VINCENZO MARSICOVETERE

Psychology

The burnouts, forging ahead to create “little champions

Prof. JOHNNY PADULO

Sports science
Functional evaluation of the dancer

Injury management in dance: from the student to the elite dancer

Prof. LUANA POGGINI

Dance Medicine

Diseases of functional overload, technical errors and setting of the trunk, back pain, upper limb and shoulder girdle humeral

Prof.ssa ANNA MARIA PRINA

Methodological introduction

Port de bras: the use of the arms in the ballet technique

Dr. VERONICA TOSI

Psychology

Families and dance, roles and encroachments

Dr. LUCA VIDOTTI

Osteopathy

Spoiled attitudes, paramorphisms, dysmorphisms; coexistence or conflict with dance?

Dr. SIMONE VIVARELLI

Physiotherapy

Athletic training in dance: can dancers prevent injury?

Prof. ELENA VITI

Preparatory Methodology

Preparation of Dance: the programs of the National Dance Academy

Speakers

Dr. MARCO BATTI

Scientific manager

-Stretching, between myths and legends
- Methodological progression of the technique of pas de deux
-Dynamic and static balance in dance, tricks and specific training
-Food disorders. Art therapy, movement and music as emotional support

Mr. LUCA BIASINI

Gyrotonic Expansion System®

The Gyrotonic: indispensable aid in every phase of the life of a dancer

Prof. LORETA ALEXANDRESCU

Methodology

The teaching methodology in the figure of the Master

Dr. EMILIA BUTELLI

Psychology

Families and dance, roles and encroachments

Prof. ROMEO CUTURI

Physiotherapy

Injury management in dance: from the student to the elite dancer

Prof. OMAR DE BARTOLOMEO

Orthopedics

Prevention and treatment of pathologies of the tersichoreus in the lower limb: from acute trauma to overuse injuries

Prof. NIURKA DE SAA

Technology

The Cuban School: methodological approach to the pirouette and the tour

Mr. EMANUELE ENRIA

Feldenkrais

Equilibrium: building and deconstructing movement.

Mrs. CLAUDIA FINK

Pilates

Pilates Flow in the preparation of a dancer

Prof.ssa ANNA MARIA GALEOTTI

Methodology

The jumps: from the cheerful little technique to the evolution in the first three years of academic courses

Dr. IRENE GIGLIOLI

Nutrition

Food "false beliefs" in the world of dance

M ° MASSIMILIANO GRECO

Music

Music in Dance. Accompaniment as a support to dance teaching

Prof. VINCENZO MARSICOVETERE

Psychology

The burnouts, forging ahead to create “little champions

Prof. JOHNNY PADULO

Sports science
Functional evaluation of the dancer

Injury management in dance: from the student to the elite dancer

Prof. LUANA POGGINI

Dance Medicine

Diseases of functional overload, technical errors and setting of the trunk, back pain, upper limb and shoulder girdle humeral

Prof.ssa ANNA MARIA PRINA

Methodological introduction

Port de bras: the use of the arms in the ballet technique

Dr. TOSI VERONICA

Psychology

Pilates Flow in the preparation of a dancer

Dr. LUCA VIDOTTI

Osteopathy

Spoiled attitudes, paramorphisms, dysmorphisms; coexistence or conflict with dance?

Dr. SIMONE VIVARELLI

Physiotherapy

Athletic training in dance: can dancers prevent injury?

Prof. ELENA VITI

Preparatory Methodology

Preparation of Dance: the programs of the National Dance Academy

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