Entries tagged with “Dance”
Rhythm is about synchronizing with the beat of nature, and it’s one of the most important (and often overlooked) aspects of health.
Tango is often thought of as a sultry dance for the young and flexible. New research shows that this passionate form of movement offers mighty benefits for all ages—backbending not…
The Dance Cure: The Surprising Science to Being Smarter, Stronger, and HappierBy Peter Lovatt, PhD HARPER ONE THIS DEFTLY WRITTEN, entertaining book moves seamlessly from personal…
Finding ways to move our bodies is a beautiful act of self-care and self-love.
A new study suggests that classical ballet might lead to increased wisdom in much the same way as meditation does.
The Art and Science of Dancing into Nirvana
Want to boost your creativity, increase your empathy, and kick stress to the curb? Turns out there’s a dance for that. Peter Lovatt, known as Dr. Dance, is the author of The Dance Cure.
Julie Peters talks with Indigenous dance artist Olivia C. Davies about dance as a healing practice.
Research now proves what these experts already knew: that if you want to change your life, the place to start isn't in your mind, but in your body.
Dance psychologist Peter Lovatt explains why letting the rhythm move you is a brilliant way to lift your mood.
Dance psychologist and teacher Peter Lovatt, author of The Dance Cure, believes every human being was born to dance.
Creative self-expression through movement and dance can help to release unprocessed emotions that have become lodged in the body.
I wish I could speak like music.I wish I could put the swaying splendorOf the fields into wordsSo that you could hold TruthAgainst your bodyAnd dance.I am trying the best I canWith…
Joseph Campbell describes the second stage of marriage as a place of alchemy, “of the two experiencing that they are one.” Taking the time to dance together can make that alchemy happen.
Feeling down? Feeling depressed? Or maybe you’re feeling so smug that your friends would rather you were more down and depressed? If any of these descriptions fit your state of min…
Decades ago, I spent a year exploring spiritually rich, off-the-beaten-path adventures in search of the sacred in India, Bali, Nepal, and Tibet. These cultures that changed me fore…