Posts in Dance Psychology

The Dancer’s Perfectionism

August 9th, 2018 Posted by Dance Psychology, Mind Power, Uncategorized 0 comments on “The Dancer’s Perfectionism”

Perfectionism has both positive and negative aspects. When an ideal outcome is not achieved we can change our perception, creatively respond and change our approach, alter our expectations or shift direction and adapt to the situation at hand which is a positive approach for both our mental health and wellbeing.

Once upon a time

June 24th, 2018 Posted by Dance Psychology, Mental Illness, Mind Power, Starting a Business 0 comments on “Once upon a time”

A personalised story about how Kate Histon dealt with anxiety after starting her dance school in Byron Bay at the age of 19 years old.

Supporting your child to grow from Eisteddfods

February 27th, 2014 Posted by Dance Psychology 0 comments on “Supporting your child to grow from Eisteddfods”

Eisteddfods can be an amazingly heart-warming experience seeing our children up on stage under those lights being their brilliant selves. It can also be one of disappointment and potential heartbreak.

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Pattern Dynamics

February 27th, 2014 Posted by Dance Psychology 0 comments on “Pattern Dynamics”

Human beings have always been taken with the idea of understanding how our relationships with each other work and how we can improve them. That’s why, when I was asked earlier this year to choreograph movements for ‘PatternDynamics’, I was drawn to the task.
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