Heather’s December Newsletter

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The last Women’s Dance Tribe for 2016 is this Sunday, Dec. 4 at 2 PM at North Woodside Community Centre, 230 Pleasant St. in Dartmouth.

Also included in the newsletter is a 40 second “Maya Moment” as an antidote to busy times during the holidays!

Check out the newsletter here, or click on the picture of Maya above.

Tapping Your Inner Super Terrier


I know you’re out there. I’ve even had conversations with some of you. Strong, beautiful, courageous women. Doing amazing things in the world. Travelling to places I wouldn’t attempt to go. Maybe even climbing mountains and sky diving and…

Yet for some, the idea of showing up at WDT to dance freestyle in a group ranks right up there with being naked in the middle of a baseball diamond at a packed stadium.

I get it. Vulnerability is not fun. Doesn’t feel good. Messy.

Bad things happen to good people all the time. Also not fun. Doesn’t feel good. Messy.

So why would you ever invite or go so far as to embrace vulnerability when you can avoid it? Not go there at all.

Here’s what I think. Brene Brown is right. There is strength in vulnerability. Read more…

Click here to see the July newsletter.

Women’s Dance Tribe Coming to Mahone Bay and Dartmouth

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Women’s Dance Tribe is a free-flowing, self-paced opportunity to move unself-consciously among other joyous women, in a beautiful, airy space with wooden floors. Simultaneously energetic and relaxing, this rhythmic class ignites a connection to self-expression, creativity and deep relaxation.”   – Colleen

At the Mahone Bay Centre (45 School St.) every Tuesday in June from 7 – 8 pm.

At the North Woodside Recreation Centre (230 Pleasant St., Dartmouth) on Sunday afternoon, June 12 from 2 – 3 pm.

No need to register. Just drop in. Cost is $15 per session.

Women’s Dance Tribe is something new and different. Like just about everything I offer, it’s intended for strong, beautiful, courageous women with a curiosity that’s peaked by the idea of exploring new frontiers. I’m the perfect guide for such an exploration. People, mostly women, have been moving to the beat of my drum in many ways for a long time.

After just one session in the inaugural six week series that started in April, the women who came said how much they enjoyed the chance to get out of their heads, and just move freely, with wild abandon. That was the real treat for them. So we scrapped the idea of “working” on any choreographed pieces. Too much thinking!

Now we just dance! At our own pace. Fast. Slow. However we feel like moving in the moment. Any fitness level is perfect. Welcome to Women’s Dance TribeRead more…