The dance of life

If we go back in time we find that dance was created when humanity was created.

Let me explain what I mean:

Dance doesn’t require any raw materials, education, or characterize class or color. It just exists, it survives, it’s present and it’s necessary.

From the day we developed from an egg and sperm in our mother's womb, we are in constant motion, and we dance the dance of life.

Dance provides a function we need and the unique connection it creates between body and soul.

The dance outlines a particular, continuous chain of movements. With the help of dance we consciously and subconsciously express our feelings which enable us to develop a "personal dance style”, each and every one of us.

It expresses our emotions, joy and sadness, anger and calm, frustration and serenity.

And it varies throughout history.

Dance is present in our daily lives:

It can be religious – can be found in worship, prayers and ceremonies.

Dance enhances joy, happiness, dance parties, weddings and events.

Dance is used in courtship between the sexes, in tribal ceremonies and even in social gatherings.

Dance accompanies us with each step and undertaking of our lives.

The dance of life in adulthood:

As the years go by we grow and unfortunately the dance of life fades from our lives. Why?

Because that’s human nature.  When we grow up we become engulfed in our busy daily lives, family, children careers and work. We forget that our soul resides within our body and if the body is not nourished our soul fades. It will still reside within but won’t be revitalized.

If you were scared for a moment, I’ll emphasize that anyone and everyone can dance.

Have a little courage. Find the right place to develop and maintain your physical abilities during your adult life, empower your potential physical abilities, liberate constraints of the past, connect with your inner boy or girl, and remind yourselves that dance is innate, survivable, present and necessary to give strength and quality to your dance of life.


Yasmin Tzfania Halfon

Founder of the Simbo Fitness technique