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Ellie Kusner and Marissa Schaeffer

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Ellie Kusner and Marissa Schaeffer

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DanceWell Podcast is dedicated to exploring 360-degrees of health and wellness for dancers. We believe that health and wellness isn’t just about physical well-being, but encompasses the whole self. From this belief, we bring you bi-monthly episodes in which we talk with all sorts of practitioners including: dietitians, body-workers, medical doctors, athletic trainers, physical therapists, conditioning experts, psychologists and more. We hope these conversations bring you enhanced understanding of health and wellness to support fulfilling experiences in dance!

Latest Episodes

Episde 55: The Art and Practice of Kinesio Taping

In the 1970s, Dr. Kenzo Kase invented Kinesio Tape as a way to facilitate the body’s natural healing process and prolong the benefits of his treatment. On this episode, Kinesio tape certified practitioner Dr. Dionne Vernon illustrates some of this modalities incredible uses from facilitating muscle function, to decreasing swelling, and inhibiting that which is overused. Get in touch with Dionne by emailing her at DVernon31@yahoo.com or follow her on Instagram @healingcompass. Want to contribute to DanceWell podcast? Follow this link to donate: https://www.gofundme.com/f/dancewell-season-three-fundraiser?member=2559728&pc=ot_co_campmgmt_w&rcid=r01-156744810013-7a5c898b6f9c46c6&sharetype=teams Host: Marissa Schaeffer Co-Hosts: Ellie Kusner and Marissa Schaeffer Website: www.dancewellpodcast.com Email: DanceWellPodcast@gmail.com Introduction Soundscape: Brendan Berry and Dylan Ezzie

26 MIN13 h ago
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Episde 55: The Art and Practice of Kinesio Taping

Episode 54: Reflecting on IADMS 2019

Marissa and I went to Montreal for the annual meeting of the International Association of Dance Medicine and Science (IADMS). We presented our recent research on dancers' perceptions of their own well-being and connected with tons of friends and colleagues. We also got to meet some of our past guests face-to-face for the first time, as well as several fans of DanceWell! For Episode 54: Reflecting on IADMS, I completed my first stint as a roving reporter. You'll hear reflections and insights from numerous conference attendees. Learn more about IADMS at www.iadms.org Want to contribute to DanceWell podcast? Follow this link to donate: www.gofundme.com/f/dancewell-seas…&sharetype=teams. Host: Ellie Kusner Co-Hosts: Ellie Kusner and Marissa Schaeffer Website: www.dancewellpodcast.com Email: DanceWellPodcast@gmail.com Introduction Soundscape: Brendan Berry and Dylan Ezzie

44 MIN2 w ago
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Episode 54: Reflecting on IADMS 2019

Episode 53: The Aging Dancer

Janine Cappello-Bryant's PhD has focused on the aging process and how it affects dancers' spinal range of motion. While professional dance is often considered the domaine of the young and fit, the truth is that many people dance in a variety of capacities at all stages of life. However, very little research has been done on the topic of how dancers age, which is ironic given the absolute inevitability of getting older! In this episode, Janine shares some of what she's learned through her research of this important, under-explored topic. Get in touch with Janine at j9bryant3@gmail.com Want to contribute to DanceWell podcast? Follow this link to donate: https://www.gofundme.com/f/dancewell-season-three-fundraiser?member=2559728&pc=ot_co_campmgmt_w&rcid=r01-156744810013-7a5c898b6f9c46c6&sharetype=teams. Host: Ellie Kusner Co-Hosts: Ellie Kusner and Marissa Schaeffer Website: www.dancewellpodcast.com Email: DanceWellPodcast@gmail.com Introduction Soundscape: Brendan Berry and Dylan Ezzie

50 MINOCT 16
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Episode 53: The Aging Dancer

Episode 52: On the Subject of Vaccination

“Our life expectancy from the 20s to the current day increased by over 50 years for three reasons: public health, toilets and vaccines.” - Dr. Vincent Racaniello Ph.D The subject of vaccination can be a touchy one to say the least. Join us as Columbia Professor and virologist, Dr. Vincent Racaniello, teaches us about how vaccines work, discusses some common fallacies about vaccination, and gives our listeners some well vetted, valuable resources on the subject of vaccination. Get in touch with Vincent by visiting his websites (http://www.microbe.tv/twiv/ or http://www.virology.ws/twiv/ ); by sending him an email (vincent@virology.ws); or by finding him on Twitter, YouTube or Instagram (@profvrr). On his website, you’ll also find links to his blogs and podcasts. Vaccine Resources: - Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System (VAERS): https://vaers.hhs.gov - Vaccines and Your Child - A book by Paul Offit and Charlotte Moser - Email DanceWellPodcast@gmail.com or Vincent@virology.ws if you’d like a copy of this pdf Want to contribute to DanceWell podcast? Follow this link to donate: https://www.gofundme.com/f/dancewell-season-three-fundraiser?member=2559728&pc=ot_co_campmgmt_w&rcid=r01-156744810013-7a5c898b6f9c46c6&sharetype=teams. Host: Marissa Schaeffer Co-Hosts: Ellie Kusner and Marissa Schaeffer Website: www.dancewellpodcast.com Email: DanceWellPodcast@gmail.com Introduction Soundscape: Brendan Berry and Dylan Ezzie

55 MINOCT 2
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Episode 52: On the Subject of Vaccination

Episode 51: Dance with the body that you have--Bringing kinesiology into the studio

Gayanne Grossman PT, BFA, MEd, FIADMS is a dancer, a dance medicine expert, and a dance educator, all in quite equal parts, which uniquely positions her to reflect on the multifaceted field of dance science--its research and its application--with keen judgement and critical thought. In Episode 51: Dance with the body that you have--Bringing kinesiology into the studio, we discuss the variability of human anatomy, how to best transfer science knowledge into the art of dance, and where the field of dance science might need to go next. Get in touch with Gayanne by emailing her at: dancewellnesscenter@gmail.com Want to contribute to DanceWell podcast? Follow this link to donate: https://www.gofundme.com/f/dancewell-season-three-fundraiser?member=2559728&pc=ot_co_campmgmt_w&rcid=r01-156744810013-7a5c898b6f9c46c6&sharetype=teams Host: Ellie Kusner Co-Hosts: Ellie Kusner and Marissa Schaeffer Website: www.dancewellpodcast.com Email: DanceWellPodcast@gmail.com Introduction Soundscape: Brendan Berry and Dylan Ezzie

49 MINSEP 18
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Episode 51: Dance with the body that you have--Bringing kinesiology into the studio

Episode 50: Prepared for Emergencies

Emergencies happen whether or not you’re ready for them. They happen in otherwise safe situations to healthy individuals. They happen both on- and off-stage and can range from heat stroke to broken bones to cardiac arrest. Are you ready to respond to emergencies in your space? Tune in to listen to Lauren McIntyre, ATC, clinical specialist and emergency management liaison at NYU Langone’s Harkness Center for Dance Injures talk about emergency protocols on DanceWell Podcast’s 50th episode. Get in touch with Lauren by emailing her at: Lauren.McIntyre@nyulangone.org or by visiting NYU Langone’s Harkness Center for Dance Injuries website: https://nyulangone.org/locations/harkness-center-for-dance-injuries Want to contribute to DanceWell podcast? Follow this link to donate: https://www.gofundme.com/f/dancewell-season-three-fundraiser?member=2559728&pc=ot_co_campmgmt_w&rcid=r01-156744810013-7a5c898b6f9c46c6&sharetype=teams Host: Marissa Schaeffer Co-Hosts: Ellie Kusner and Marissa Schaeffer Website: www.dancewellpodcast.com Email: DanceWellPodcast@gmail.com Introduction Soundscape: Brendan Berry and Dylan Ezzie

33 MINSEP 4
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Episode 50: Prepared for Emergencies

Episode 49: Differentiating and Developing a Voice within a Rigorous Dance Training Program

We end DanceWell's second season by chatting with two former ballerinas turned mental health practitioners: Dr. Miriam Rowan, PsyD and Katherine (Kate) Wilson, LICSW. These women discuss identity development in the young pre-professional ballet dancer, the importance of maintaining a diversity of relationships, finding a voice and unique identity, and creating spaces to open up and self-express. Get in touch with Dr. Miriam Rowan, PSyD or Kate Wilson LICSW by emailing them at dr.miriamrowan@gmail.com and Kwilson@therapysecure.com respectively. Do you love DanceWell as much as well do? Show your support by contributing to our 3rd season. Click here to donate: https://www.gofundme.com/f/dancewell-season-three-fundraiser?utm_source=customer&utm_medium=copy_link&utm_campaign=p_cp+share-sheet. Host: Marissa Schaeffer Co-Hosts: Ellie Kusner and Marissa Schaeffer Website: www.dancewellpodcast.com Email: dancewellpodcast@gmail.com

46 MINAUG 3
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Episode 49: Differentiating and Developing a Voice within a Rigorous Dance Training Program

We appreciate your support!

DanceWell has a few projects in the making! Want to participate in our IRB approved research on dancer well-being? Click here: https://hofstra.co1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_eDNl3AGhnHDjUKp. Do you love DanceWell as much as well do? Show your support by contributing to our 3rd season. Click here to donate: https://www.gofundme.com/f/dancewell-season-three-fundraiser?utm_source=customer&utm_medium=copy_link&utm_campaign=p_cp+share-sheet. Host: Marissa Schaeffer Co-Hosts: Ellie Kusner and Marissa Schaeffer Website: www.dancewellpodcast.com Email: dancewellpodcast@gmail.com

2 MINJUL 18
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We appreciate your support!

Episode 48: Posture of Choice

Posture is an interesting topic that is addressed in wide-spanning areas from etiquette, to aesthetics, to science. A dancer’s posture is often revered, but it can also present some complicated inefficiencies and risks. In Episode 48: Posture of Choice, Adele Nickel, MFA, introduces the Alexander Technique and illuminates the unique phenomenon of a dancer's posture. You can follow Adele on Instagram as @kingdellers and contact her via her dance website: www.adelenickel.com or AT website: www.alexanderwithadele.com Visit DanceWell Podcast's GoFundMe campaign by following this link: https://www.gofundme.com/dancewell-podcast-fundraiser. Host: Ellie Kusner DanceWell Founders: Ellie Kusner and Marissa Schaeffer DanceWell Website: www.dancewellpodcast.com DanceWell email: dancewellpodcast@gmail.com

53 MINJUL 10
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Episode 48: Posture of Choice

Episode 47: On Balance

On this episode, Leigh Schanfein, M.S. will help us to understand balance. We'll start by discussing the different components of balance and the systems that contribute to helping us maintain an upright position and conclude by talking about how balance pertains to dancers in specific. Visit Leigh on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=13736282 Visit DanceWell Podcast's GoFundMe campaign by following this link: https://www.gofundme.com/dancewell-podcast-fundraiser. Host: Marissa Schaeffer DanceWell Founders: Ellie Kusner and Marissa Schaeffer DanceWell Website: www.dancewellpodcast.com DanceWell email: dancewellpodcast@gmail.com

39 MINJUN 26
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Episode 47: On Balance

Latest Episodes

Episde 55: The Art and Practice of Kinesio Taping

In the 1970s, Dr. Kenzo Kase invented Kinesio Tape as a way to facilitate the body’s natural healing process and prolong the benefits of his treatment. On this episode, Kinesio tape certified practitioner Dr. Dionne Vernon illustrates some of this modalities incredible uses from facilitating muscle function, to decreasing swelling, and inhibiting that which is overused. Get in touch with Dionne by emailing her at DVernon31@yahoo.com or follow her on Instagram @healingcompass. Want to contribute to DanceWell podcast? Follow this link to donate: https://www.gofundme.com/f/dancewell-season-three-fundraiser?member=2559728&pc=ot_co_campmgmt_w&rcid=r01-156744810013-7a5c898b6f9c46c6&sharetype=teams Host: Marissa Schaeffer Co-Hosts: Ellie Kusner and Marissa Schaeffer Website: www.dancewellpodcast.com Email: DanceWellPodcast@gmail.com Introduction Soundscape: Brendan Berry and Dylan Ezzie

26 MIN13 h ago
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Episde 55: The Art and Practice of Kinesio Taping

Episode 54: Reflecting on IADMS 2019

Marissa and I went to Montreal for the annual meeting of the International Association of Dance Medicine and Science (IADMS). We presented our recent research on dancers' perceptions of their own well-being and connected with tons of friends and colleagues. We also got to meet some of our past guests face-to-face for the first time, as well as several fans of DanceWell! For Episode 54: Reflecting on IADMS, I completed my first stint as a roving reporter. You'll hear reflections and insights from numerous conference attendees. Learn more about IADMS at www.iadms.org Want to contribute to DanceWell podcast? Follow this link to donate: www.gofundme.com/f/dancewell-seas…&sharetype=teams. Host: Ellie Kusner Co-Hosts: Ellie Kusner and Marissa Schaeffer Website: www.dancewellpodcast.com Email: DanceWellPodcast@gmail.com Introduction Soundscape: Brendan Berry and Dylan Ezzie

44 MIN2 w ago
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Episode 54: Reflecting on IADMS 2019

Episode 53: The Aging Dancer

Janine Cappello-Bryant's PhD has focused on the aging process and how it affects dancers' spinal range of motion. While professional dance is often considered the domaine of the young and fit, the truth is that many people dance in a variety of capacities at all stages of life. However, very little research has been done on the topic of how dancers age, which is ironic given the absolute inevitability of getting older! In this episode, Janine shares some of what she's learned through her research of this important, under-explored topic. Get in touch with Janine at j9bryant3@gmail.com Want to contribute to DanceWell podcast? Follow this link to donate: https://www.gofundme.com/f/dancewell-season-three-fundraiser?member=2559728&pc=ot_co_campmgmt_w&rcid=r01-156744810013-7a5c898b6f9c46c6&sharetype=teams. Host: Ellie Kusner Co-Hosts: Ellie Kusner and Marissa Schaeffer Website: www.dancewellpodcast.com Email: DanceWellPodcast@gmail.com Introduction Soundscape: Brendan Berry and Dylan Ezzie

50 MINOCT 16
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Episode 53: The Aging Dancer

Episode 52: On the Subject of Vaccination

“Our life expectancy from the 20s to the current day increased by over 50 years for three reasons: public health, toilets and vaccines.” - Dr. Vincent Racaniello Ph.D The subject of vaccination can be a touchy one to say the least. Join us as Columbia Professor and virologist, Dr. Vincent Racaniello, teaches us about how vaccines work, discusses some common fallacies about vaccination, and gives our listeners some well vetted, valuable resources on the subject of vaccination. Get in touch with Vincent by visiting his websites (http://www.microbe.tv/twiv/ or http://www.virology.ws/twiv/ ); by sending him an email (vincent@virology.ws); or by finding him on Twitter, YouTube or Instagram (@profvrr). On his website, you’ll also find links to his blogs and podcasts. Vaccine Resources: - Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System (VAERS): https://vaers.hhs.gov - Vaccines and Your Child - A book by Paul Offit and Charlotte Moser - Email DanceWellPodcast@gmail.com or Vincent@virology.ws if you’d like a copy of this pdf Want to contribute to DanceWell podcast? Follow this link to donate: https://www.gofundme.com/f/dancewell-season-three-fundraiser?member=2559728&pc=ot_co_campmgmt_w&rcid=r01-156744810013-7a5c898b6f9c46c6&sharetype=teams. Host: Marissa Schaeffer Co-Hosts: Ellie Kusner and Marissa Schaeffer Website: www.dancewellpodcast.com Email: DanceWellPodcast@gmail.com Introduction Soundscape: Brendan Berry and Dylan Ezzie

55 MINOCT 2
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Episode 52: On the Subject of Vaccination

Episode 51: Dance with the body that you have--Bringing kinesiology into the studio

Gayanne Grossman PT, BFA, MEd, FIADMS is a dancer, a dance medicine expert, and a dance educator, all in quite equal parts, which uniquely positions her to reflect on the multifaceted field of dance science--its research and its application--with keen judgement and critical thought. In Episode 51: Dance with the body that you have--Bringing kinesiology into the studio, we discuss the variability of human anatomy, how to best transfer science knowledge into the art of dance, and where the field of dance science might need to go next. Get in touch with Gayanne by emailing her at: dancewellnesscenter@gmail.com Want to contribute to DanceWell podcast? Follow this link to donate: https://www.gofundme.com/f/dancewell-season-three-fundraiser?member=2559728&pc=ot_co_campmgmt_w&rcid=r01-156744810013-7a5c898b6f9c46c6&sharetype=teams Host: Ellie Kusner Co-Hosts: Ellie Kusner and Marissa Schaeffer Website: www.dancewellpodcast.com Email: DanceWellPodcast@gmail.com Introduction Soundscape: Brendan Berry and Dylan Ezzie

49 MINSEP 18
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Episode 51: Dance with the body that you have--Bringing kinesiology into the studio

Episode 50: Prepared for Emergencies

Emergencies happen whether or not you’re ready for them. They happen in otherwise safe situations to healthy individuals. They happen both on- and off-stage and can range from heat stroke to broken bones to cardiac arrest. Are you ready to respond to emergencies in your space? Tune in to listen to Lauren McIntyre, ATC, clinical specialist and emergency management liaison at NYU Langone’s Harkness Center for Dance Injures talk about emergency protocols on DanceWell Podcast’s 50th episode. Get in touch with Lauren by emailing her at: Lauren.McIntyre@nyulangone.org or by visiting NYU Langone’s Harkness Center for Dance Injuries website: https://nyulangone.org/locations/harkness-center-for-dance-injuries Want to contribute to DanceWell podcast? Follow this link to donate: https://www.gofundme.com/f/dancewell-season-three-fundraiser?member=2559728&pc=ot_co_campmgmt_w&rcid=r01-156744810013-7a5c898b6f9c46c6&sharetype=teams Host: Marissa Schaeffer Co-Hosts: Ellie Kusner and Marissa Schaeffer Website: www.dancewellpodcast.com Email: DanceWellPodcast@gmail.com Introduction Soundscape: Brendan Berry and Dylan Ezzie

33 MINSEP 4
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Episode 50: Prepared for Emergencies

Episode 49: Differentiating and Developing a Voice within a Rigorous Dance Training Program

We end DanceWell's second season by chatting with two former ballerinas turned mental health practitioners: Dr. Miriam Rowan, PsyD and Katherine (Kate) Wilson, LICSW. These women discuss identity development in the young pre-professional ballet dancer, the importance of maintaining a diversity of relationships, finding a voice and unique identity, and creating spaces to open up and self-express. Get in touch with Dr. Miriam Rowan, PSyD or Kate Wilson LICSW by emailing them at dr.miriamrowan@gmail.com and Kwilson@therapysecure.com respectively. Do you love DanceWell as much as well do? Show your support by contributing to our 3rd season. Click here to donate: https://www.gofundme.com/f/dancewell-season-three-fundraiser?utm_source=customer&utm_medium=copy_link&utm_campaign=p_cp+share-sheet. Host: Marissa Schaeffer Co-Hosts: Ellie Kusner and Marissa Schaeffer Website: www.dancewellpodcast.com Email: dancewellpodcast@gmail.com

46 MINAUG 3
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Episode 49: Differentiating and Developing a Voice within a Rigorous Dance Training Program

We appreciate your support!

DanceWell has a few projects in the making! Want to participate in our IRB approved research on dancer well-being? Click here: https://hofstra.co1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_eDNl3AGhnHDjUKp. Do you love DanceWell as much as well do? Show your support by contributing to our 3rd season. Click here to donate: https://www.gofundme.com/f/dancewell-season-three-fundraiser?utm_source=customer&utm_medium=copy_link&utm_campaign=p_cp+share-sheet. Host: Marissa Schaeffer Co-Hosts: Ellie Kusner and Marissa Schaeffer Website: www.dancewellpodcast.com Email: dancewellpodcast@gmail.com

2 MINJUL 18
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We appreciate your support!

Episode 48: Posture of Choice

Posture is an interesting topic that is addressed in wide-spanning areas from etiquette, to aesthetics, to science. A dancer’s posture is often revered, but it can also present some complicated inefficiencies and risks. In Episode 48: Posture of Choice, Adele Nickel, MFA, introduces the Alexander Technique and illuminates the unique phenomenon of a dancer's posture. You can follow Adele on Instagram as @kingdellers and contact her via her dance website: www.adelenickel.com or AT website: www.alexanderwithadele.com Visit DanceWell Podcast's GoFundMe campaign by following this link: https://www.gofundme.com/dancewell-podcast-fundraiser. Host: Ellie Kusner DanceWell Founders: Ellie Kusner and Marissa Schaeffer DanceWell Website: www.dancewellpodcast.com DanceWell email: dancewellpodcast@gmail.com

53 MINJUL 10
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Episode 48: Posture of Choice

Episode 47: On Balance

On this episode, Leigh Schanfein, M.S. will help us to understand balance. We'll start by discussing the different components of balance and the systems that contribute to helping us maintain an upright position and conclude by talking about how balance pertains to dancers in specific. Visit Leigh on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=13736282 Visit DanceWell Podcast's GoFundMe campaign by following this link: https://www.gofundme.com/dancewell-podcast-fundraiser. Host: Marissa Schaeffer DanceWell Founders: Ellie Kusner and Marissa Schaeffer DanceWell Website: www.dancewellpodcast.com DanceWell email: dancewellpodcast@gmail.com

39 MINJUN 26
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Episode 47: On Balance
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