Kathy Padden 7 comments Becky asks: Was this a real person? Sadie was the product of the fertile imagination of cartoonist Al Capp.
Dance is an age-old necessity of the spirit. Today we put an order to it so we can manifest technique. When it comes right down to it though, we find that dance soothes the soul and inspires the heart.
We dance for the joy of it.
Movement is a quiet therapy without words; so much can be learned and gained through movement. Dance develops agility, discipline, focus, determination, courage, strength, grace, as well as honor, energy, spiritual depth, creativity, commitment…I could go on and on. It is an outlet, a stage for human desire, a place for one to emote.
Allegro cannot be executed without joy in the spirit, modern cannot be executed without emotional depth, jazz needs attitude and a sense of sensuality. All these styles developed out of raw human compulsion.
Modern is one style, that seems to dig the deepest. Modern is dance left in its purest form. We learn to fall and to rise, we learn to move with the wind in our soul — beauty and repulsion can exist in the same vein, at the same moment. The rules are veiled and the order comes last.
Thanks to Martha, Doris and Isadora, modern was validated. Human existence today, seems so safe and unrevealing, how many outlets do we have to grow spiritually? They usually lie in the arts, and modern dance is the rawest form of life appreciation.
Only when we learn to dance, can we learn to let go and live in the moment.
WHY NOT dance event is a one day boutique house and disco music festival, in the heart of Darwin’s George Brown Botanical Gardens. The Fan Dance is a gruelling 24km SAS Selection march staged across the highest mountain in the Brecon Beacons. The infamous route has long been an essential Special Forces test. Human beings probably danced even before there was a word for it. Rhythmic bodily movement is instinctive. It connects people, even if unconsciously, to the rhythms of nature.
We learn who we really are beyond just our tastes, preferences and relations alone. Instead of continuing to gain control of our image, reputation and financial success, we let it all go and we let our quiet being become elevated.
Our spirit has more potential than most people are willing to recognize. When we dance, our spirits do too. Sponsors Email This Page to a Friend:WHY NOT dance event is a one day boutique house and disco music festival, in the heart of Darwin’s George Brown Botanical Gardens.
Dance is a performing art form consisting of purposefully selected sequences of human movement. This movement has aesthetic and symbolic value, and is acknowledged as dance by performers and observers within a particular culture.
Dance can be categorized and described by its choreography. We dance because it’s the fastest, most direct route to the truth, not some big truth that belongs to everybody, but the get down and personal kind, the what’s-happening-in-me- right-now kind of truth.
We dance to reinvent ourselves. We dance to fall in love with the spirit in all things. According to the author, the beat is a sacred thing.
How to do the floss dance: To do the floss dance move, you swing your hips in the opposite direction to your arms. After swinging your arms to one side, keeping them straight while doing so, you then move one arm behind your back and bring it back out front.
Human beings probably danced even before there was a word for it. Rhythmic bodily movement is instinctive.
It connects people, even if unconsciously, to the rhythms of nature. The National Geographic video above shows a flock of starlings in the Netherlands. How confounding and impressively graceful is this aerial ballet. “It is one of the great phenomena of nature – a real attraction,” says Svein Dale.
He is a professor at the Norwegian University of Life Sciences.