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Dance with your heart, no steps, take a journey through moving to great music, connecting with self and others, become more consciously present in your body, release tension, have fun, for all lovers of creative dance with awareness.

I follow Open Floor embodied conscious movement practice in which I am a teacher in training.

To give you some idea of what a class can be like read on.....

Guideline 1

There are no steps to follow.

Guideline 2

On the Open Floor we shift from speaking with words to speaking with movement.  It makes for very creative conversations.

Guideline 3

If you have no idea what to do, try something below: 

Stay  As with any meditation practice, distractions happen – expect them. Just gently bring your attention back to movement. Pace yourself  No matter what the rest of the room is doing, listen to your body. If you relax in the beat, like a swimmer treading water, you’ll refuel.Stretch yourself  If you always keep to yourself, include someone else in your dance. If you prefer dancing with a partner, try going solo. Slow down. Speed up. Experiment. Break a habit. Imitate somebody and see how it feels. Create your own remix of others' moves.  It’s not about the music  The teacher uses music to catalyze movement. Love it or hate it, how you respond is up to you. Use everything as fuel for your dance.  Don't give up  We all hit patches of fatigue, boredom, shyness, frustration, or discomfort. Even if you can only wiggle a finger or nod your head to the beat, stay with it until something changes. Most often, it will. Enjoy yourself  Excessive seriousness will slow you down. 
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