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Stories move me. Literally.
They make me want to dance.

I love dance! It is amazing how it can evoke emotions, express ideas, and tell stories.
Have you ever heard of the rain-making dance?
I like to dream that dance is so powerful that it can change the weather.

Over time, dance has transformed me and many others by reshaping postures, connections, and perceptions.
If it can change us in such profound ways, perhaps it can change the weather too...
Let's dance and discover the power it has!

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Join the dance

Throughout history, people have danced for various reasons. For instance, did you know that belly dance movements were originally designed to prepare women for childbirth? In ancient Greece, men used dance as a way to train for battles. And even today, gentle rocking motions can help babies fall asleep.
Dance offers a blend of relaxation and vitality, making our bodies stronger, helping us express our feelings, and fostering a sense of belonging. These are just a few reasons to consider taking up dance. Explore more below!"


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Short-term course


For intermediate level students

Classes that give you:

- the opportunity to go deep into a subject of your choice;

- a set of specific tools to develop your dance skills;

- personalised feedback.



Short-term course


No level required

Classes that give you:

- the opportunity to learn about the basics of Ancient Greek Dance (Terpsichore Dance Method);

- a set of tools to understand and explore the dances of Ancient Greece;

- a set of movements and steps to improvise and choreograph Ancient Greek Dance.



Short-term course


All levels

Classes that give you:

- the opportunity to go deep into dance pedagogy;

- the tools to develop your own dance curriculum;

- strategies and methods of teaching.

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Dance-Theatre for babies

The Queen of Everything | Η ΒΑΣΙΛΙΣΣΑ ΤΩΝ ΠΑΝΤΩΝ

A dance-theatre performance for babies from the ages of 10 months to 3 years. Every Sunday at 12.30 in the Music Library of the Athens Concert Hall.

Sara's various styles plunge you into enchanting new worlds, all very inviting.



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