Your Dance Body


In the dance kitchen: Danish Buttermilk Soup

By Ishtar Dance on Tuesday, June, 16th, 2020 in In the Dance Kitchen, Your Dance Body No Comments

As a dancer I have from an early age been encouraged to eat foods that will support and nurture my body and I have previously written about a dancer’s diet. In the last few months I’ve rediscovered my passion for cooking, baking and not least finding healthy recipes for food I love. I hope some […]


Dance for health

By Ishtar Dance on Wednesday, April, 22nd, 2020 in Dance Inspiration, Your Dance Body No Comments

Expert advice on how best to cope with the lock-down as a result of the global Corona pandemic, has not been scarce, but most agree that keeping a healthy routine of exercise, something to help you destress and of course a good diet is essential. I have taken the last few weeks out to engross […]


The psychology of dance

By Ishtar Dance on Monday, March, 2nd, 2020 in Dance Coaching, Dance Inspiration, Learning, Your Dance Body No Comments

Do you ever wonder why we dance? How we communicate through dance and how it challenges our brains as well as our bodies? Having worked with dance on many different levels including performing, teaching and in a health setting, I find all these questions highly interesting and I was delighted when I discovered some talks […]


Committing to your movement

By Ishtar Dance on Monday, February, 10th, 2020 in Dance Coaching, Dance Inspiration, Your Dance Body No Comments

How can we all learn to be more confident in our own skin? And how can committing to our movements also help us to become betters dancers as well as happier human beings? Amerita, a dance activist sums it up beautifully in her Ted Talk which you can view on YouTube here. You’ll only need […]


Dancing for mind, body and spirit

By Ishtar Dance on Monday, November, 4th, 2019 in Dance Coaching, Dance Inspiration, Your Dance Body 2 Comments

It’s nothing new that dancing is good for you on many different levels, and if you’re already a dancer, I’m sure you know that it works your muscles as well as your brain, not to mention raising your endorphin levels and helping release that feel good hormone that we all enjoy after dancing. But the […]


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