Strictly Come Café: Café Psychologique, 29 November
Why people dance, and how it affects us
People of all ages dance, all over the world. Some people live for it, some people loathe it, some people (very many people) follow it on television. It is used as a way of keeping fit, for artistic expression, as an act of civil protest, as means of attracting a partner, as a form of psychotherapy.
This café will explore why people dance and what effect it has on our minds as well as our bodies. As a special treat, there will also be opportunity to see some dancing and even to join in and receive some instruction for those who wish.
Dr Kay Racliffe is a clinical psychologist and ballet dancer; Andrew Wilson is a café psychologiste and ballroom dancer. Together, they will introduce our conversation at Café Psychologique Leeds, on Tuesday 29 November from 8.00 pm to 9.45 pm in Seven Arts, Chapel Allerton, Leeds. The Café costs £4 on the door.
There is a poster to download here:
Café Psychologique November 2016
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