Therapeutic Dance Movement

Move with curiosity, purpose, expression, skill, acceptance and joy 


Therapeutic Dance Movement

The cultivation of mindfulness in movement therapies is founded on artistic-kinesthetic action, or artistry of the body in movement. The body holds the hidden stories of life experiences and with the aid of movement experientials and specific movement training, the individual can draw these experiences to the surface, giving them shape and form, and change life stories to produce different endings, resulting in therapeutic benefits.


MOVE Body & Mind Sessions 
Connecting body, mind and wellness using a somatic, conceptual and creative approach to movement. Movement sessions offering group and solo embodied experientials to develop bodyfulness, through mindful attention during action. This program uses therapeutic principles, to facilitate giving physical shape and form to human thoughts, emotions and life experience. Movers are invited to a safe, welcoming and positive movement space.


Suitable for Everybody
These offerings promote movement expression for EVERYbody. No movement experience necessary, just a curiosity to explore and move. All adult movers welcome, from 16 years.


Bookings and Prices
Private group sessions are offered by appointment (minimum 3 participants). Get in touch for bookings.
Prices per person.
$20 for 30 minute open and private group sessions.
$35 for 90 minute open and private group sessions.
Bookings and calendar here


About Helen Ilich from Movement Continuum
Helen is a mover, and multi-disciplinary movement coach. Her movement foundation is Artistic Gymnastics, which from early in life brought her joy and self confidence, and had a formative influence on her understanding, perspective and appreciation of movement. She is a Tumbling coach, Stretch Therapy™ teacher and student of Dance Movement Therapy. Helen is also an Animal Flow® Instructor and represents Animal Flow® as Regional Leader. Animal Flow practice and dance are integral to her daily life and ongoing experience of movement for pleasure, research and in creating pathways to other artistic, athletic and enriching movement expressions.