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Want to Keep Your Brain Youthful? You Should Be Dancing | Psychology Today

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***The Arts in Health Series: Dancing***

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          We all know that we need to move more–and how we move can make a big difference. This recent article from Psychology Today reports on yet another research study that shows dancing has a more powerful impact than other forms of exercise. I am convinced that it is the combination of music and movement that gives dance its power. I am sharing images from Brian Andreas Story People, who always seem to be dancing.

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Source: Want to Keep Your Brain Youthful? You Should Be Dancing | Psychology Today

 

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Dance stance – London Arts in Health Forum blog

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***The Arts in Health Series: Dance in the Hospital***

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Courtesy of Brian Andreas, Story People

 

           The integration of the arts into medicine is one of the most important developments of the last 20 years. Today’s post comes from the London Arts and Health Forum blog and examines the role of dance as therapy in hospitals. Dance is already emerging as part of the treatment of Parkinson’s Disease and as a stabilizing factor for older people.

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Source: Dance stance – London Arts in Health Forum blog

 

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The Creative Apothecary Celebrates the Healing Power of Dance!