To Dance One’s Soul — November, 2014

Many people have commented that they love the DtS logo -- the butterfly above the name.  However, if you look closely, you will notice that the logo is not really a butterfly, but a dancer with wings, a spirit who is dancing her soul. 

So what does it mean to dance one's soul?  For me, it means to be deeply in touch with all of one's life:  the sorrow and joy, the anger and happiness,  the anxiety and gratitude. 

It is to embrace all that we are and all that we feel, and give ourselves the opportunity to move, meditate and heal in a variety of ways.    I am a certified yoga teacher, yet I know that the movement of Feldenkrais or Qigong may help someone heal in a different way than yoga.  And a Nia class and a meditation class may provide healing and insight in equal and different ways.  All we need do is to open ourselves to the variety of ways we can delve into our souls.

This type of "opening up" is Dancing the Soul -- at its core, the healing power of multiple modalities of movement and stillness allows us to connect with our bodies and move more deeply into our heart.

                              And so . . . I invite you to come and dance your soul . . .   Margie 

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