It is never too late to move your body. It is paramount, especially in these times, to take the time to move your body, awaken the spirit and invigorate all your cells.
Movement is a practice of diversity and can look different on each person, sometimes it can be wild and chaotic, cathartic and crazy or simply full of slow, deliberate, intuitive movements.
Embodied Movement comes from active listening and attuning your senses to what the body truly needs in that exact moment.
There is no right or wrong. Embodied Movement is like a dance of exploration and presents an unlimited playground of possibilities if you so dare to let go and listen to your heart’s calling.
In my experience dancing and movement opens the floodgates of self realization.
It is the tool and treasure of the body to openly and literally receive the light.
It is when the God mind is seamless and unwavering speaking within our very cells, sinew, fascia, bones and flesh, radiating towards a deeper unspoken truth.
There, inside dance, I find the deepest heart connection with myself and with the beauty of the world. I dance for the chaos and stillness, I dance as a catalyst for transformation, I dance for the glory and splendour, the pain and the density, the levity and unity within and without all parts of myself.
Truly dancing is a moment to let go and surrender to what truly is and move yourself through the inner landscapes of your emotional, physical and spiritual body.
It is my passion to connect everyone to their souls longing and calling forth the unspoken voice that lives inside and propels the body forward into the purest form of true movement expression.
It is never too late to start dancing.