Dance little lady, dance
We are a culture that lives and breathes cinema, so when we see our kids gyrating like Shahid and Kareena to ?Mauja hi Mauja?, it shouldn?t surprise us, as I myself love to emulate an item number from Bollywood or even better, a Tapanguchi song. But it would be a pity if dance meant only this. When it comes to dance in the pure form, there is so much that our children stand to gain when taught by experienced and insightful teachers.
Brinda Jacob Janvrin?s Creative Dance and Movement for Children is one such wonderful opportunity for children to use their senses and their bodies to feel and imbibe their surroundings, to express and create freely. Sounds like I am reading from an exotic Indian novel? It is perhaps because Brinda herself evokes that sense of the wonderful and exotic.
A trained dancer, choreographer and dance therapist Brinda describes her creative
experience as ?one in which you create and communicate your own movements. Creative dance promotes coordination of thought, feeling and action because it
is developed from the inside of the child outwards instead of being imposed from the outside in. The?creative dancing process not only helps to develop a clear body image and an acute kinesthetic sense, but it also helps develop musicality, a sense of rhythm, imagination, creativity, the arts of listening and
observing, and the skills of communicating and co-operating.??
Give your children the joy of dance and when they come back so alive and happy, you?ll be glad she has classes for adults too.
Her classes are for children aged from 5 to 14 years.?You can learn more about the classes from Brinda Jacob-Janvrin 9845236242,?The Studio for Movement Arts and Therapies