DANCE MOVEMENT adds another dimension to movement for fitness. Proper form, posture, and breath is always important for safety and effectiveness. But, in addition to building balance, strength, stamina, agility, and confidence, dance helps us develop grace, coordination, and rhythm. One of the unique gifts of dance is that it opens the heart to a relationship between our bodies and the music.
My foundational training as a dancer is bellydance so it is infused into all that I teach. It is a healing and powerful form of movement. It can unlock stuck energy and movement in the hips, pelvis, breath and allow the natural life force of sensuality to flow increasing vibrancy, joy, and confidence. It is beautiful as expressed by women at all ages, in all walks of life, and all body shapes and sizes. This is sacred feminine sensuality and sexuality which doesn’t disempower or demean women or manipulate men or male energy.
I define a dancer as someone who wants and has to dance. The rest is the individual’s personal journey. I invite you into my world to share the blissful magic of dance and its medicine. I believe it can help save the soul of the world. See “My Relationship to Dance” to read more.