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Issue: September Newsletter
Conscious Dance Conference

Conscious Dance has become one of the various ways and tools to grow, heal, explore, transform and understand more of the Self, and it is also a beautiful way to build community, to facilitate collective healing and much more. By now there are very many different types of Conscious Dance practices, schools or groups.

This event introduced here, organized by OneDanceTribe, brings together many influential people of various ‘corners’ of the „Conscious Dance Scene” in a conference to share, exchange and dance together.

This is a FREE ONLINE EVENT with top presenters from all around the world – with Susannah and Ya’Acov amongst others.

Dates: 1–6 November 2019

This conference is designed to inspire and connect us as a global community. Since 2013, OneDanceTribe gathers school founders, senior teachers, spiritual leaders, world class healers, artists and dancers to share the experience of meeting as one global tribe. This online event will extend beyond the physical boundaries of the dance floor and allow many more people from around the world to join in the experience.

If you are new to movement, you’ll receive guidance to explore the joy of moving your body in the privacy of your own home. If you’re already a mover, this coming together of so many different paths will inspire you to expand your horizons.

You will have free access to all sessions during the conference. Recordings of all sessions, interviews and panels will also be available for purchase after the conference.

To sign up and reserve your spot, click here

Few names from the list of presenters:

Ya’Acov & Susannah Darling Khan – Movement Medicine

Jo Hardy – Conscious Dance in China

Vinn Arjuna Martí Soul Motion

Alain Allard Moves into Consciousness

Susan Harper Contiuum Montage

Katherine Hendricks Hendrix Institute

Mark Walsh Embodiment Conference

Cathy Ryan Open Floor

Audica Lynne Morley Tamalpa Institute

Updates and background of presenters will be posted on the conference’s website:

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The views expressed here do not necessarily represent the views of the School of Movement Medicine. Roland Wilkinson, Nappers Crossing, Staverton, Devon TQ9 6PD, UK Tel & Fax +44 (0)1803 762255 http://www.