FREE YOUR DANCE

Dancing to feel free and alive!

 

 

Dancing for pleasure. 

Dancing to learn to love yourself 

Dancing for self-confidence

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Movement to feel free and alive

To free one's dance is to find the path to one's deepest nature and express it fully in all facets of one's life.

Dancing is a friendly, light and often festive activity that allows you to connect with yourself and with others.

In Movement Medicine, movement is allowed to emerge on its own without seeking aesthetics or performance. The teacher guides, i.e. gives oral instructions. This guidance helps to let go of the mind and focus on the body. It leads to the movement by drawing attention to a particular part of the body or by suggesting an intention.

Free dance: (re)connecting with your body to:

  • Developing a caring relationship with your body and yourself
  • Increase self-presence, self-confidence and self-love
  • To feel and express emotions so that they no longer overwhelm me
  • To release and free what limits me
  • Inviting creativity or novelty into my life

Breathing

Letting go

Connection

Decompression

Accomplishment

Practising free dance

Dancing for fun, Dancing for change 

 

Free dance can be practised as a leisure activity to relax and feel good in a light, joyful and friendly way. If you wish, Movement Medicine also allows you to learn about yourself and explore your relationship with others. For me, it has been a huge lever forpersonal growth.

Several formats are offered depending on your geographical location, the possibilities of your schedule and your intention: well-being / leisure or personal development.

You are welcome with or without dance experience and without any particular physical condition.

 

Regular courses: fun, relaxation

A regular physical activity of 1 to 2 hours in Aix-en-Provence or online via Zoom.

They are open to all - even during the year. You can choose to come by session (without commitment) or to register for 10 classes or for the year.

Thematic workshops: personal development

Thematic workshops are an opportunity toexplore a particular theme in greater depth.

The longer courses offer more interactive exercises andalternate between time in movement and time for exchange.

Individual courses: privacy, personal

- For a specific specific problems for which you would like to have my full attention. attention.

-For more privacy.

- Need a step before dancing in the presence of the group

Thematic Workshops and Courses

Discover below the themes of the next workshops and courses

A day to WELCOME

Sunday, Nov. 27

 

10:30 - 17:00

Aix-en-Provence

An evening to WELCOME

Paris: Wednesday 30 Nov.

Marseille : Friday 2 Dec.

Zoom: Sunday 4 Dec.

Dancing the winter solstice

Saturday 17 Dec.

13:45 - 16:45

Aix-en-Provence

(registration required)

In companies

Dancing to Develop Skills

Halfway between meditation and body expression, free movement allows us to refocus on our bodies. The simple fact of returning to one's sensations allows one to develop intuition and many of the skills associated with emotional intelligence:

  • Presence - Self-confidence
  • Self-esteem
  • Stress and emotion management
  • Creativity - Innovation
  • Vision - Taking the high road
  • Interpersonal relations

Movement Medicine

Medicine: it's the movement

Movement Medicine, also called Dance Medicine in France, is a meditation in movement and to music. This practice allows one to connect to one's inner self in order to connect with others and the world. The Movement Medicine school was founded in 2006 by an English couple, Susannah and Ya'acov Darling Khan.

Movement Medicine is part of the Free Movement dances along with the 5 Rhythms Dance, Open Floor, Life Art Process and Ecstatic Dance.

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A free dance workshop is a time to take care of oneself and one's emotions with kindness. It is a time to let go of the mind and explore your own body. The workshops are also a time of connection andexchange with other participants, allowing us to explore our relationship to each other and to our environment.