dance therapy


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dance therapy

n.
A method of psychological treatment in which movement and dance are used to express and deal with feelings and experiences, both positive and negative. Also called movement therapy.
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Further investigation is warranted to understand whether individuals in athletic populations can use dance therapy for injury prevention and rehabilitation.
Dance therapy shows noticeable improvement in motor functions, for example gait and balance improvement (Hackney, Earhart 2010).
A group working with adults with learning difficulties meet for drum and dance therapy in the ballroom.
According to Simon, two of the ground-floor units have been designated as spaces for helping and assisting disadvantaged and disabled children, providing workshops on self-defence and general street awareness, specialist dance therapy and yoga.
The 50-year-old Indian expat, who has a doctorate in anthropology and has undertaken a dance therapy programme in New York, has become an unlikely torchbearer for a little known community of Parkinson's patients in the UAE, as she prods them and their caretakers to move on with their beleaguered lives.
Bhavana quit her job to pursue dance therapy for children with special needs.
Psychoanalyst and dance therapist Schott-Billmann synthesizes the research in various approaches to dance therapy as a guide for people entering the field.
Intermittent breaks were followed with relaxation sessions and a group dance therapy to Pharrell William's "Happy.
American Journal of Dance Therapy, December 2007, Volume 29, Issue 2, 109-127
Programs in Women's Health, Aquatic Therapy, Oncological Rehabilitation, Manual Lymphatic Drainage, Pelvic Health, Dance Therapy, Bioness, for high functioning neurology clients, Performance Enhancement for Athletes (both professional and recreational), and Specialized Industrial Testing and Training, compliment the proven techniques for spinal re-stabilization, pre and post-surgical rehab, and non-operative protocols and strategies for any orthopedic condition, head to toe.
Dance therapy in the rehabilitation of disabled children, young people and adults.