COMING UP: 

IG-OTM-DT-2020

 

on the MOVE is a FREE professional development event for graduating students and emerging dance artists of all genres, organized by Dancer Transition Resource Centre. We welcome you into the professional community with lively panels, workshops and networking activities. Success, in the business of dance, will extend beyond what you’ve learned in-studio. Let us give you the advantage so that you can make an inspired leap into the profession. It’s everything you need to know to get the edge in your dance career!

When: January 31, 2020 (8:45 am – 4:30 pm)

Voirelia will be taking part in the Community Fair portion of this event! Come chat with our Artistic Director and our Voirelia team members who specialize in psychology and dance about our Dancing with a Healthy Mindset initiative and about different ways Voirelia can support your dance career. By attending, you can will also be entered to win a free one hour coaching consultation on dance career-related topics with the Voirelia Artistic Director and Psychologist, Alina Sotskova, Ph.D.

Where: The Dance Centre
(Level 6, 677 Davie Street, Vancouver)

You can find out more information about the event here: https://dtrc.ca/english_services/content/on_the_move_vancouver_2020

 


 

VOIRELIA’S NEXT FREE TALK ON PSYCHOLOGY, DANCE, CREATIVITY, AND MENTAL HEALTH:

 

Psychology Month 2020 - Sotskova final

 

Join us and bring a friend! This talk will focus on resilience and steps all can take to enhance mental wellness. We will talk about concrete tools and practical strategies you can take home with you to help enhance mental wellness and resilience. We will also talk about and see examples of dance and artistic works and talk about how engaging in dance and creative practices can help support mental health.

No registration needed. Space is on a first come basis – arrive a few minutes early to make sure you have a spot!

See the Facebook event page for updates, photos, videos, and more information.

Presented as part of Psychology Month 2020 by BC Psychological Association.