Group Dance Movement Therapy #3

Sat Nov 06 2021 at 10:00 am to 11:00 am

51 Haji Ln | Singapore

Group Dance Movement Therapy #3
Come give yourself the creative recharge that your body needs, and feel better emotionally!
About this Event

Our monthly Group Dance Movement Therapy sessions welcome anyone seeking a consistent space and community to pause, reflect, learn, nourish and heal. 

Dance Movement Therapy uses the creative and expressive aspects of body movement to support emotional transformation and integration. It has huge potential to improve quality of life - including aspects of emotional functioning, self-expression, confidence, mobility and communication. At the very least, the freedom of moving to music is a great mood booster!

  • Release your energy and emotions into movement
  • Cultivate sense of wholeness and confidence
  • Feel and act differently 
  • Give your body a recharge
  • Enjoy supportive, empathic and fun connections with others

You don't need to know dance to participate! At Movemental, we prefer to think of dance not purely as the art form, but as self-expression. 

COVID-related Guidelines

  • Max capacity: 5 participants
  • Social distancing of 2m apart from each other
  • Masks worn at all times
  • Full refund in the event of COVID-related cancellation

Why You Should Attend

Mental well-being isn't just about the mind. As minds are housed within bodies, our body movement can shape how we feel and think. By discovering ways of changing how we move; expanding our movement repertoire and learning new techniques, we can shift away from difficult emotions into desired ones. 

This session is organised by Movemental: We apply psychological insights behind body movement to catalyse emotional change and enhance mental wellbeing for all. The movement experiences that we design, as well as develop in tandem with individuals are psychology-led, creativity-driven, arts-inspired, and centred on community.

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The session will be led by Shi Han, a professionally accredited Dance Movement Psychotherapist. She has worked with local organisations including Institute of Mental Health, Anglican Care Centre, Methodist Welfare Services, Ang Mo Kio FSC, to develop and run Dance Movement Therapy programmes. She also teaches part-time at the Singapore University of Social Sciences on the Expressive Arts Therapy Diploma programm


Event Venue & Nearby Stays

51 Haji Ln, 51 Haji Lane, Singapore, Singapore


SGD 25.00

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