Dance and Transform | Christine Garvin

My own life story makes me think that it is very natural to move our bodies to the music, but sometimes the structure or expectation gets in the way. Today, we are talking about our bodies, dance and how it can help heal the past while opening up new levels of joy. It is time to reclaim our bodies, dance and transform the way we move, and start feeling empowered and free!

This week, I had dance and transformation expert, Christine Garvin on the show.  Christine is a graduate of UNC Chapel Hill with a Masters in Holistic Health education. She believes with all her heart that everyone can dance; and should be able to enjoy the feeling of moving their body in simple, complex, small, ecstatic, gigantic ways. She particularly believes it is important for women to connect to their bodies through movement, as every single western woman she’s met has been taught her body is wrong in one way or another. Christine is passionate about helping women dance and transform to heal the disconnection with their bodies and access the love.

In this podcast…

about how to dance and transform, Christine shares about the intersection of dance and holistic health, steps to start accepting and honoring our bodies, and how to create more joy and love!

Last week David Gandelman shared about the grounded mind and how to release what you’re holding on to for others, how to awaken your next steps, and how to bring our energy into the present! Check out last week’s episode to find out more!

Also, don’t forget to listen to the end of the episode for this week’s new take action item!

To find out more about Christine Garvin and how to dance and transform visit her website.

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As always, my hope for you is that you love big and live abundantly! xo



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