Dance has been fundamental to human life and culture since the time of our earliest ancestors, as a form of self-expression, communication and celebration of life and community. By the turn of the 20th century, the potential for dance to promote healthy growth and change was also recognised. With this came the development of more expressive and improvisational forms of dance, as well as the acceptance of the integral relationship between mind and body. Dance therapy is the therapeutic use of movement to further the emotional, cognitive, physical and social integration of the individual, based on the empirically supported premise that the body, mind and spirit are interconnected.
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