What do the worlds of psychology and ballroom have in common, you may ask?
They both help to improve and deepen our relationship with self and others, psychology perhaps more consciously, but in the world of ballroom there is a growing awareness of consciousness applied in dancing. Perhaps we can refer to this as Dance-Intelligence.
We believe that the emotional, mental and physical stability of each partner contributes to the overall success of the couple.
Keeping dancers connected in their relationships and motivated in their work is enormously beneficial to their mental health and dance performance.
I am extremely interested in the therapeutic relationship between dancing and the self, the relationship to the other through partnered dance, and the concept of body intelligence. More
I believe that regular training as well as a high level of technical skill is highly complemented by enhancing self-awareness and working through psychological aspects of oneself. More
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We are by now all familiar with the symptoms of COVID-19, and the precautions we need to take in order to keep ourselves as safe as possible. However, despite precautions, many of us have been ill or may still become infected with this virus.
Relationships are far from perfect. Each person brings their own ideas, values, opinions and personal history into a relationship, and they don’t always match their partner’s.
How do you be your true authentic self in a world where it is increasingly easy to over identify with a persona. As a dancer, your competition or on-stage persona expresses something that resembles aspects of yourself in relation to the dance world.