The roots of dance therapy can be traced to earliest human history, when disease was seen as a loss of soul and dance was an intrinsic part of the healing ritual.
We know intuitively that movement and dance can heal but we don’t often take the time to deeply listen and connect with our bodies.
Movement medicine is a dance practice to liberate and develop interoception, the sense that helps you understand and feel what’s going on inside your body.
If you can move, you can dance.
Join us with David Mooney to explore your dance and move to heal.
David is a practicing psychotherapist and member of the Faculty of the international School of Movement Medicine. He has been teaching embodiment and dance for 15 years and teaches in 14 countries across Europe.
To ensure an intimate gathering, there are only 20 tickets per event.
As early as 1916, Jung suggested that expressive body movement is one of numerous ways to give form to the unconscious. Read more on Why Move to Heal