“What I have sought all my life through dance is an intimate conversation with the earth, with something bigger than myself.”


„Dance is the movement connecting all things.
Einstein says nothing happens until something moves. Everything moves, dances, constantly. As you read this, your blood is flowing and grass is growing, the earth is turning and electrons are spinning, your cells are reproducing and the universe is expanding… we are all connected in this huge dance of life.

The same life force moves all of us, everything, just in different ways, as the wind moves a stone and a feather in different ways, but it is the same wind moving them.

To dance is to let ourselves be moved by this life rhythm, instead of trying to control it, avoid it or resist it. To let ourselves be immersed in this flow and to take part in it.

When we are present in our body and move consciously, authentically and creatively in the moment, we join this great dance of life: our rhythm joins the universal rhythm, we catch the wavelength that is moving all around us all the time, we become aware again that we are part of the whole.

Every movement becomes a dance, and dance becomes a metaphor for life.

“Human beings, vegetables, or cosmic dust, we all dance to a mysterious tune intoned in the distance by an invisible player.“
Albert Einstein

Mostly we limit ourselves to always the same few familiar movements: walking, sitting, talking, maybe running when we are late or want to lose weight. If movement is the language of the body, what a boring conversation we are having most of the time! It is like saying the same ten words over and over again!

Allowing our body to speak its language freely without telling it what to do opens up a world of new possibilities: we can explore our full potential as creative, diverse, unpredictable beings, let all parts of our personality participate in our lives and find our own, unique expression moment after moment.

“I see dance being used as communication between body and soul to express what is too deep to find words”
Ruth St.Denis

The way we move on the dancefloor can show us the way we are moving through our lives. If we tend to take small steps and stay in one corner of the room we might be stuck in a corner of our lives…  Maybe it is hard to dance with others or boring to dance alone? Moving fast feels very familiar and slowness a long lost luxury? Paying attention to what our body has to say can give us a greater awareness of our daily patterns so that we can choose to change them. We become more aware of our needs, and see our next steps more clearly.

As our life shapes our dance moves, whatever we practice and experience on the dancefloor also influences our daily lives, empowering us to make choices which are aligned with our innermost values and needs rather than unconsciously adapting to outside expectations.


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