St. Michael's Church of England Primary School Hall
Biodanza, which means “Dance of Life”, has evolved over the last four decades in Latin America and Europe under the vision of founder Rolando Toro Araneda, formerly a lecturer in Psychology and Medical Anthropology at the University of Santiago in Chile. The prefix "Bio" derives from the Greek "Bios," meaning "life." "Danza" originally signifies "movement full of meaning". It is a system of human integration stimulated by music, movement, emotion and expression.
The practice of Biodanza happens through classes given by fully qualified Biodanza Teachers, of which Elizabeth Barnett is an excellent example. She follows on from the deeply valued work of our late and dearly missed, beautifully exuberant Biodanza Teacher Tess Brooks.