woman-dancingUsing Dance Movement Psychotherapy to overcome your fear of dancing and the dancefloor
There are many who do not enjoy getting onto the dancefloor but who can cope and if taught a few moves, could enjoy the experience. There are also those for whom the thought of dancing and joining others on the dancefloor, is much more of an ordeal. Those in the latter category experience feelings of dread, they avoid and run away from dancing situations and can ‘freeze’ and panic if they stay. Often there is a belief that they have not got rhythm or co-ordination and fear looking stupid. Can’t Dance? You Can! is for those in the latter category.

How it works?

Individual Sessions

Overcoming the fear of dancing is not to be underestimated and has to involve both the mind and the body. We work on how to improve your movement as well as noticing your thoughts about dancing and dancing in public. Generally, the aim is to build up confidence and the ability to feel comfortable when moving in a spontaneous way. Each person will have specific aims and goals which we can work towards. The length of time and the number of sessions required does vary.

To proceed, contact Jacqueline to book a session or to discuss your situation. Once we have agreed a time and date, a deposit of £25 is payable to secure the booking. The balance is payable before the session if paying by paypal or on the day if cash or cheque. 
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