Agis, Gaby & Moran, Joe (2002), In Its Purest Form: a rare insight into the work of Joan Skinner, in Animated, Winter 2002, Foundation for Community Dance, p. 20-22
Alexander, Kirsty (2001), You can’t make a leaf to grow by stretching it : some notes on the philosophical implications of Skinner Releasing Technique, in Performance Journal 18 Winter/ Spring, Centre for Movement Research in New York, p. 8-9
Alexander, Kirsty (2003), Unravelling the Dance: an exploration of dance’s underdeveloped relationship with its kinaesthetic nature, with particular reference to Skinner Releasing Technique : paper presented at the New Connectivity Conference, London: Laban
Davis, Bridget. (1970), Releasing into Process: Joan Skinner and the use of imagery in the teaching of dance, A.B. University of Illinois, unpublished Masters theses (only available in hard copy; $20 + $5 shipping)
Hobson, Will (1997), Releasing Sensibilities: Joan Skinner in conversation with Gaby Agis, in Dance Theatre Journal, Volume 13 No.3, Spring 1997.
Neuhaus, Bettina (2010), ‘The Kinaesthetic Imagination', interview with Joan Skinner, Contact Quarterly; and in French in De l'une à l'autre: composer, apprendre et partager en mouvements, Bruxelles: Contredanse, 2011.
Skelton, Rebecca (2003), Travelling from the middle through the middle, paper presented at the New Connectivity Conference, London: Laban.
Available from Laban Library Services.
Skelton, Rebecca. (2002) Exploring Counter Balance: Aligning the roles of Dance Artist, Educator and Researcher within Higher Education. Finding the Balance: Dance in Further and Higher Education in the 21st Century. Conference Proceedings at Liverpool John Moores University, United Kingdom. June 2002
Skinner, Joan (1999), Skinner Releasing Technique in Allinson (ed), The Illustrated Encyclopaedia of body-mind disciplines, Rosen Publishing Group, p. 265-267
Skinner, Joan, Bridget Davis, Robert Davidson, Kris Wheeler & Sally Metcalf (1979), Skinner Releasing Technique: Imagery and its Application to Movement Training, in Contact Quarterly, volume V.1 Fall 1979
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