It's kind of like switching directions on the more travelled road of psychosomatic research - instead of our moods and mental state having an impact on our physical health, that movement, dance, breathe and touch, can create the conditions to change the state of mind, and being in our body. Rippling over into our perception of time, and our story.
I'm constantly getting asked what actually happens in a Dance it Out class. Today I decided to show you, so I filmed it.
When I see a powerful, empathic speech like this, I feel the collateral beauty of the connectedness that we can empower ourselves with. I've always appreciated this force of a woman...
I have a little theory: meditation works differently on men and women. We have different brains, hormonal balances, stress relief needs, and stress triggers. Yet we are told that the meditation experience should be the same.
Throughout my life, I've been able to call myself a lot of things. Some have stuck as part of my DNA coding, some I've passionately passed through in exploration, some have lived their moment and moved on. The piece below flowed out of me after watching Madonna's speech after winning Woman of the Year awards. I'd … Continue reading Be careful of Labels
That we have the power to define who we want to be, age how we want to age, remove the external boundaries of how things are supposed to be and allow ourselves to explore the fine lines between who we actually are, what inspires us, and the woman that wants to come out.
This visualization will help you understand your anatomy and connect into your feminine body. It is a light guide through your female organs, to be used to build and strengthen your connection with your female core. The pelvic bowl is your creative core, your root place in your body where your feminine energy lives. Bring … Continue reading Lady Flows: Exploring Your Female Body
What is Oxytocin? often called the 'love' hormone - is a naturally occurring hormone in humans. It plays an important role in reducing stress in women. Through Dance it has the ability to reduce tension while you are having fun, building sisterhood and toning your body.
This visualisation helps you become aware of the layers and filters you've built up around you, and walks you through how to peel them off. Allowing space to reveal your inner, authentic self, and letting it shine through.
Use this a dancing visualization as a little dose of blissful self-care. Dance it out! If a woman exists from her center, then she is deeply connected with her inherent value and she brings this value to the world.