Dancers


Dance is not just a sport, but an ART!  Line/shape, like a drawing, is important. But it also requires dynamic movement. With a clear understanding of HOW to move, dance can feel effortless and blend the Athletics with the Art to create an exhilarating experience for the performer, but also for the observer. Art is not just for the artist, but for the sharing of others. Body Unity can give guidance to put all those pieces together.


There are many forms of dance, from Meringue in the farmers fields to English Ballroom to classical ballet to Argentine Tango. Be it Latin, classical, English, modern, jazz, swing or funk dance they all have their own character and style of music. Dance comes in different relationships as well, solo dance, partner dance and group dance.



















ance is beneficial in many ways. It needs a certain amount of physical coordination, the ability to feel rhythm (whether internally or externally) and the ability to let the heart “get into” it. Some dances are choreographed and some are improvisational. Both offer the brain/body communication to enhance neural plasticity. 


Dance is used as therapy for so many ailments, including Parkinson’s and Alziemer’s disease. Dancing creates a strong connection between the brain and the body, from the young to the elderly.
It can be sensitive, romantic, aerobic, theatrical, tribal, moving meditation…but bottom line,

IT’S FUN!! 


So put some endorphins in the mix and it’s win/win!!



Photographer:

Rosalie O' Connor

Photographer:

Rosalie O' Connor