This chapter describes the career and teaching philosophy of Gina Sinclair, who performed with the London Festival Ballet before directing her ballet school in Victoria, British Columbia. Sinclair defines technique as the correct use of movement that will allow the dancer to communicate. The ability to execute technique creates a body of knowledge or skill that can be developed into an art form.
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