Dance Your Ability Therapeutic Movement
Dance Your Ability Therapeutic Movement is an inclusive self-led dance & movement practice for people of all abilities & ages, including the elderly, children, incarcerated, at-risk youth, mixed abilities, people living with: dementia, Parkinson’s, cancer, addictions, recovery
and trauma survivors.
Dance Your Ability programs & classes are a blend of self-led dance and warmly facilitated stretches & movements. Each session uses the benefits of music, movement and everyone's unique dance moves to create space for all to experience themselves in healing motion and collective joy. Programs infuse Trauma Informed Practices, a teaching style to effectively meet varying individual learning & physical abilities, simple stretching & basic group movements that come from each person's unique dance, plus specifically chosen music to get everyone moving as best as they are able.
Dance Your Ability can infuse existing programs or stand alone.
The desire is to create connection.
Music & movement create a joyful space where it is easy to achieve connection.
All bodies respond to beat and all souls respond to love.
Please contact us for more information about Dance Your Ability programs, classes & training.
Testimonials from our Dance Your Ability programmes:
“Absolutely brilliant session. Reached every member of the group- and that can be a challenge. Well done Alexander Holloway, thank you.”
"The members of our Performing School all enjoyed themselves with Alexander Holloway on Thursday evening. Thank you very much for coming to run a masterclass on 'free dance'. Every single member was dancing and having fun throughout the session!"
"Our residents were all smiles as they moved, stretched, and laughed together. A huge thank you to Alex for bringing so much joy to our residents today."
"Using a variety of dance equipment, ribbons, scarves etc. we have a wonderful "happening' going on with FULL attention and lots and lots of fun. Alexander Holloway is a fabulous teacher who has a magic within him that enchants the children, a bit of a 'Dance Pied Piper'. The Children absolutely loved him and truth be known so did I.
I cannot recommend him highly enough"
“I feel very invigorated, thank you!”
“Amazing and enjoyable- uplifting and should happen regularly!”
“Thank you so much for today. Very uplifting, diolch.”
“Today I realised that listening to music…lifts me up no end. Thank you so much for this uplifting morning. Much appreciated.”
“Wonderful morning and interesting thank you.”
“What a great morning, bringing back memories really enjoyable.”
“I enjoy Alex coming here!”
“This really benefits me, I feel so relaxed afterwards."