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Techniques of training pain in performance: somatic practices and altered states of consciousness

Techniques of training pain in performance: somatic practices and altered states of consciousness

Kountouriotis, Vasileios-Pavlos

Considers the issue of dealing with pain in performance beyond the limited area of theatre pedagogy. It argues that since pain is not only a biochemical process but one that is culturally constructed, it is possible to un-train perception of pain through somatic practices that induce altered states of consciousness

Thesis. English.
Published Roehampton: University of Roehampton, 2017

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Statement of responsibility: Vasileios-Pavlos Kountouriotis
Dissertation note: Thesis (PhD) (Department of Drama, Theatre and Performance) - University of Roehampton, 2017.
Physical Description: 230 pages.
Subject: Altered states of consciousness.; Theater Performances.