Find your dancer: Movement Medicine with David Mooney

For as long as I can remember, dancing has been part of my life. Being fully into the dance is the closest I know to absolute freedom and the nearest I have ever been to experiencing a state of no-thought. I couldn’t agree more with David Mooney, so much happens when we move in presence, in connection, when we find our dancer, when we fully embrace who we are. Thank you, David for your clarity, your passion and your words! These thoughts will stay with me for a long time:

  •  Moving and dancing are a simple ways to come back home: coming back into our physical self and being present in the body.
  • Dancing encourages acceptance. We learn to receive ourselves and meet others exactly as we are.
  •  Dancing helps create circles of support and works against feelings of separateness and isolation.
  •  Dancing helps us find the courage to meet life.
  •  Feeling alive and a sense of connection are intrinsic to the dance.
  •  Dancing is enjoyable; it is (and has always been) a way to connect.

Meet David, find your dancer and connect with us in November (25.-27.) at the Ein School of Movement Medicine Workshop.