Movement is inherent in man, from the moment of conception to the very end.

There are many types of movement, the first movement, apparent movement, harmonic, autonomous, biblical, continuous movement, increasing

movement, diurnal movement, ecumenical, induced movement, primary, literary, feminist, social, natural, periodic movement, vibratory, violent, oscillating


Dance is more than just a word. Dance is discipline that instils respect. Respect for one’s colleagues, respect for our work, our values, and our environment.

Dance makes us value our self-esteem; it is healthy and very necessary in today’s sedentary society.

Each of us has our own personal dance. We want to help you discover your own way to move.