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Dance/Movement Therapy: Dancing through exams

Move your body, calm your mind

Date & time
Thursday, April 29, 2021
4:15 p.m. – 4:55 p.m.

This event is free


Zen Den



Take a break and connect to your body through movement and dance. We will explore how to reduce stress and how certain movements can help you in preparation for exams.

Dance Movement Therapy uses movements and dance to promote cognitive, emotional, physical and social integration. It endorses self-awareness, self-esteem and therapeutic space for expression of feelings. 

No previous experience in dance is required!


Instructor: Tania Lazuk, PhD, R-DMT, is at present Scholar in Residence/Dance Movement Therapy at Concordia. She worked as a psychiatrist and psychotherapist in Ukraine for more than 10 years prior to coming to Canada. She offers both individual and group DMT sessions for different populations, and is one of the founding members of the Dance Movement Therapy Association in Canada.  

Danc'Zen is a space to discover, practice or reconnect to dance as a way to find joy and enhance your wellbeing, by connecting to an art form that uses body movement as the main source of communication.

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