If you have my ‘Emotion cards’ you will know that there are 12 in the set. Happy, Hungry, Frustrated, Afraid, Sick, OK, Mad, Sleepy, Sad, Surprised, Silly and Worried. Here’s an example of an exercise you can use with one child or indeed, a small group!
One of my members who is a special needs teacher has asked me if she can teach her children how to dance, how can she do this?
Balls are fun to play with and explore with a direct link back into the infancy and childhood where playing with friends was a source of joy.
Let life flow through you in 2018 Happy 2018 and with blessings for each and every one of us to find the flow of life from within and to live it with gratitude I hope the healing that you need can be found and the forces of love, creativity and relationship rekindled.
This month I thought I would share some ideas with you for using in your sessions. I have noticed that at some time in using these that my patients / clients give me really important insight into themselves and their world and where they are in terms of wanting to stay in their own world or in wanting to connect and communicate with others.
Listen to your Intuition Listening to our intuitions and inner guidance makes us stronger as dance movement psychotherapists, not stronger as in tough and ready but, the opposite, stronger to feel and work from your heart. What happens when we don’t listen? We feel frustrated Anxiety sets in Lack of energy Lack of joy in working with your patients We become rigid / […]