I love micro movements and those dances which use tiny, intricate muscle movements to create great effects. I love them because they have given me so much body awareness and control over the movements I can make, and consequently, I feel that Continue reading Micro movements
Dance is easy. I’m writing to follow up on a post that I wrote as my very first, which was yes you can. Yes you can dance. It is my suspicion that dance is inherently easy. Far easier than we give it credit for sometimes, and that actually moving is innate within everyone.
When you are a child and you begin to walk Continue reading Dance is easy
In the first part of this article, I talked about how 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)
Steps are great, but what are steps without improvisation and your interpretation of them? Improvisation is your dance. As a partner dancer you don’t practice solo dance to become a solo dancer, but to feel your own dance first in order to share that with a partner. If you rely solely on the partnered aspect of the dance then it Continue reading Finding you – solo dance for partner dancers (part one)