IntoDance is a dance class for people with physical impairments caused by chronical diseases.
IntoDance at home
IntoDance is also available at YouTube! Here you can find numerous trainings, which invite you to take a break and dance.
Please be careful! If movements are not good for you, change them or leave them out. Tailor your dance training in the way that is best for you.
Moving in Contact
Dancing in contact fosters creativity, challenges new movements and strengthens social bonding. In our new research project “Moving in Contact” we want to develop methods for building interpersonal contact in dance despite physical distance. At the end of the research we will create 3 interactive dance videos to share and dance with you.
Stay tuned for new insights on our webpage and social media!
““I find IntoDance very good and it helps me a lot. To summarize, I can say: it strengthens the concentration, improves the memory retention, trains the memory and increases the thinking and movement speed. Limitations become insignificant and/or lose their fearsomeness.””
“"I think that the joy shared by the dancers who guide the training is contagious. I love dance in general, and I think that the creativity that's being imparted helps me deal better with the limitations of MS. Just laughing together, listening to the music, learning the movements, that's fun. And the variety! Each time someone else leads the workshop, and each time it's a different focus. It's never boring! If you want, you can go for a coffee afterwards. Then you can talk about life in general, not just about the disease. I find that very rewarding. "”
““I'm really excited! Through dancing, I now dare to try things earlier on that would otherwise have taken me longer to try. We start with sitting movements, and as the class progresses, you can get up if you want to and can - that's very motivating. I have gained more self-confidence as a result.””