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“We can all dance,” writes US dance artist Vincent E. Thomas, “and yet, somewhere along the line, this connection to dance has been shifted. How many people say, 'I’m not a dancer, dance is not something I do'?" In a rare quieter moment during his recent visit to Glasgow, where he joined us at Tramway for People Dancing's second international conference, Vincent (pictured) took the opportunity to contribute our latest People Dancing blog, explaining his quest to recover something that’s in danger of being lost… our natural instinct to move. Photo by Rachel Cherry

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Heidi Wilson (pictured) is a freelance community dance practitioner from mid-Wales. She’s also a dance lecturer at Cardiff Metropolitan University. We quizzed Heidi at our Glasgow conference on why she does what she does. She told us she loves community dance for the connections it creates, retelling the story of how a member of her dance for Parkinson’s class, concerned about her missing a session due to illness, popped by and presented some of his garden grown potatoes and beans. Indeed, Heidi admitted she’s just as interested in community as she is in dance: “The older I get the more important my communities become to me and the more I value and honour dance as a way to facilitate communities to emerge and to be sustained. Dance is so great for community. It’s very distinctive in the way it moves people physically and emotionally; it uses the body, it’s a non-burdonsome, non-verbal form of communication, it does so many things.”

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These two put many hours into perfecting their tricks and often come to class with new ideas to try out on the mats - here they are in slow mo with their “get-ups”. Awesome work boys 🙌 ... See MoreSee Less

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Mosaic Dance is a community dance school, teaching creative dance since 1999. The focus of classes is on developing dancers’ self esteem, creativity, dance technique and most importantly unlocking their enjoyment of dance and movement, which will hopefully stay with them for a lifetime.

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