Dance

When you see people doing amazing moves, it’s the flow and grace that captures your attention.  When your moves become easy to do then you feel like you are flowing in your dancing.  When you first start dancing, or doing a type of dance that you are unfamiliar with, your body isn’t used to doing those types of movements.  Your muscles aren’t used to working in those ways, so it will feel awkward at first. Continue reading Take a break – and enjoy it!

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In the first part of this article, I talked about howSolo dance in partner dance important it is to find your own dance so that you can bring your own solo dance improvisation to the partner dance partnership.  In my e-guide to conscious partner dance Finding Flow, I give you some ways to ease into finding your own solo dance so you can free yourself up and let what’s inside you come out.  If you haven’t got it yet you can get a copy by Continue reading Finding space – solo dance for partner dancers (part two)

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No movement is just for the sake of doing a movement – bare foot dancingevery step is for a reason and feels great.

I love every single one of my steps when I dance. The quality of my steps is why I enjoy my dancing. That’s why I love the slower forms of partner dance because there’s loads of time to appreciate every step. Like the opportunity to meditate, or just to slow down and see where you’re at in life, a slow dance is wonderful for really getting attuned Continue reading The quality of your steps

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‘I can’t dance.’  I hear this a lot when I tell peopleyes you can I’m a dance teacher.  The instant reaction is quite often ‘oh, I can’t dance’ and this makes me sad to see so many people dismissive of their dance abilities because in reality dance is in all of us and we can all learn to re-awaken the dance inside of us, it just takes a safe, non-judgemental environment to help us get our confidence back that we can dance.

Because so much of our exposure to dancing only happens through Continue reading Yes you can

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