I am Rosaria M. Gracia, award winning dance artist, choreographer, movement director and university lecturer. I am also a keen researcher. My current areas of interest and expertise are the application of dance and movement in health conditions such as dementia, Parkinson’s, mild to moderate mental health conditions, fibromyalgia, Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (CFS) and ME. I am very interested in exploring how movement can support our bodies and minds to feel, nurture, rejuvenate and perform well, independently of our age, condition or ability, working with what we have and blossoming with it.
On that note, I would like to invite you to some very special events (in addition to my regular classes)
NOVEMBER bonus EVENTS!
- Rise and Shine – Thursday 24th November, 14.15 at the Dance Space, Market Square BN2 9AS (South East Dance project)
- Dance and movement holidays in Spain, Registration opens on 7th November for the holidays in Vilanova (March 2023). Have a look and do not miss the chance to join us.
And of course, you are more than welcome to browse this site to learn more about a whole range of activities that may be of interest to you and in which you can take part. It ranges from international dances (Afro-Brazilian, Samba, Maracatu, Flamenco or Bollywood), body training and conditioning (GYROTONIC® Method and GYROKINESIS® Method; OTAGO Fall Prevention Programme), specialist workshops (from face yoga, to sessions for back, shoulder or knee aches) and dance and movement for health and fitness in hospitals, care homes and sheltered housing. If there is something that catches your attention, come along, have a go and bring a friend!.
Last but no least, I thoroughly enjoy collaborating with other artists and professionals from different disciplines. Whether you are 3D designers and movement simulators, film makers, illustrators, actors and theatre directors, writers, poets, scientists, …please do not hesitate to get in touch if you would like to work together.
Thank you once again for visiting the site. Enjoy it and be in touch!