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Jennie Morton - Hilliard Discussion 2017

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Published on Mar 9, 2018

Originally from the UK, Jennie began her career as a classical Ballet dancer before moving into musical theatre, performing on tour and in the West End for many years. She then became the lead singer of a top UK Big Band and is now an Osteopath specializing in the treatment of all performing artists. Now living in Los Angeles, she runs a clinic for performing artists, and also offers performance coaching for singers, actors, instrumentalists, and dancers. She is an adjunct professor at Chapman University, where she works with both the dance and music students, and is the Wellness Professor at The Colburn School where she created a health curriculum for instrumental musicians. She is on the Board of Directors for the Performing Arts Medicine Association (an international organization dedicated to the health and wellbeing of performing artists), and the Dancer Resource Center (a service organization for dancers in Los Angeles).

Jennie is dedicated to the provision of education on the subject of healthy practice in the performing arts, and provides lectures and workshops internationally for performers, teachers, and medical professionals on the subject of injury prevention and management. She is an Honorary Lecturer for the MSc in Performing Arts Medicine at University College London, for which she compiled the Musculoskeletal and Neuromuscular Injury syllabus, and is on the Health and Wellness Committee for the International Society for Music Education.

Published articles include “Voice and Dance Technique Integration for Musical Theatre - Triple Threat or Double Trouble?” for the VASTA Voice and Speech Review Journal, “Osteopathy In The Arts” for The Osteopath journal, “The Hazards of the Musical Theatre Workplace” and “The Integration of Voice and Dance Techniques in Musical Theatre” for Medical Problems of Performing Artists, “Osteopathy For Singers” for iSing Magazine, as well as several others on injury management for dancers and musicians. Jennie is the founder of www.healthyperformers.com, and her book The Authentic Performer: Wearing A Mask And The Effect On Health was published in May 2015.

If you enjoy these kind of topics, make sure you visit the Huffines Institute website at http://huffinesinstitute.org/. Audio and video podcasts are also available by downloading the Huffines Institute app, available in the Apple App Store and Google Play.

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