Dancing is about having fun, gaining confidence, a different form of expression as well as building body awareness, coordination, flexibility, timing, positioning, and spatial awareness. There are no limits to the sporting and creative dance variations, with or without equipment.
Dancing is characterized by a wide range of forms of movement and expression including: :
If you would like one on one lessons, to join a group or simply find out more about it, please feel free to contact Maria at: firstname.lastname@example.org or 021 209 2964
A video of 13 year old Kylie during her Contemporary Dance class. Her balance, hand eye coordination, strength and most importantly her positive attitude were truly beautiful and inspiring! Kylie had a stroke when she was 3 days old, affecting the left side of her body. She hasn't let that stop her living a fun filled life with skiing, tramping, swimming, ballet and contemporary dance to name a few sports she regularly takes part in during the 13 years since her stroke.
Here is a list of some links to help get you started:
http://www.touchcompass.org.nz/ Takapuna and Sandringham
http://www.starjam.org/ Eden Terrace
http://www.starjam.org/ Hamilton Lake
Waikanae & Wellington
http://www.starjam.org/ Te Aro
http://www.astararts.co.nz Nelson Central
http://www.starjam.org/ Christchurch Central
South Dunedin and North East Valley
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