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Wild Movement
Ecstatic Dance Bath

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What is Ecstatic Dance? 

Ecstatic dance is a global movement, that is becoming increasing more popular. It is an opportunity to dance consciously. This means we are aware, alert, not intoxicated, capable of thought and will.

It is an opportunity to move the body in a safe and facilitated environment, where there is a greater opportunity to connect with oneself, deepen expression and encourage a true sense of freedom in the body and encompassing areas.


All are welcome. There are no expectations. It is a non-judgmental and open space for all. 

'Put your body in motion and your psyche will heal itself.' 

        - Gabrielle Roth

'Our biological rhythms are the symphony of the cosmos, music embedded deep within us to which we dance, even when we can't name the tune'
- Deepak Chopra


Ecstatic dance is one of many portals where we have the beautiful opportunity to deepen connection with ourselves. Through dance (any movement) we can settle into a deeper understanding of who we are.

With deeper connection of oneself, we can develop a deeper connection to the world around us. 

And in deepening this connection we may develop a larger fulfilment in our journey through life, by connecting to the source itself, within ourself. 


The dance is an opportunity to allow your full expression to come alive. Or perhaps to step into more of your expression. 

This safe environment allows everyone to express, whether sitting and breathing, or spinning and whirling on the dance floor. 

Expression is essential for all humans, it births our inner energy into the world, and enhances our being and life journey. 

Dance is the hidden language of the soul

- Martha Graham


These dances are an opportunity to find freedom in the body, perhaps in the mind and the emotional body as well. 

When we move our bodies without judgment, expectation and ego, we start to feel and connect to freedom. 

'What does dance give you? The freedom to be who you are and do what you want to do'

- Arthur Mitchell

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