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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Noteworthy events taking place early in the week, include a "Moving to Music" session with Dance Therapist Gail Ann Bradshaw, a discussion group titled "What's Your Adventure" that allows residents to contemplate and discuss what the term "adventure" means to them and a trip to Willow Pond in Willowbrook for a fishing adventure.
Our search recently took us to a dance therapist named Suzi Tortora, who has developed a technique called "Dancing Dialogue.
Her dream was to become a dance therapist and give children with cancer and disabilities the gift of dance.
Her long-term goals are to get her master's degree and become a dance therapist.
As a dancer in her home country Poland, and now a dance therapist, 55-year-old Moseley woman Natalia Budzan is used to performing.
The song, written by Basanta Chaudhary and composed by Nhyoo Bajracharya, had been extended from a 4 minute track to a 12 minute orchestra by Scratch Head (a music duo) The dance was facilitated by Charan Pradhan, a Scotland based dance therapist.
Titled "Some Enchanted Evening: Our Favorite Moments in Dance," the program will feature the resident dance group, The Swingers, under the direction of Dance Therapist Ann Cole.
A Brazilian social worker told of her work deep in the Amazon rain forest, a music therapist from Finland told of his incorporation of the Remedies with his primary modality, a dance therapist from Switzerland has choreographed the Remedies and set them to folk tunes from Latvia, Estonia and Lithuania--the effect of the latter was mesmerising.