Dance is an ancient art form that expresses emotions, communicates stories, identifies cultures, and is a form of worship. In Zimbabwe there is a saying, “If you can talk, you can sing. If you can walk, you can dance.” I believe dance lives in the deep roots of our hearts, our heritage and our desire to bring a new dimension to the spiritual part of our beings. By far, my favorite dance form is done for and with the Lord, Jesus Christ, and in community with others. I have been blessed to enjoy over twenty years of sacred/liturgical dance as a teacher, participant and spectator to express love, prayer and worship in movement.
When we are free, the dance is for, about, and with Him.
Some dances lend themselves to a soloist. But my favorite dancing is done with my dancing mates.