Dance therapy - It is a branch of psychotherapy, using dance movements as a method that promotes the integration of the individual into society. Dance therapy establishes communication with the unconscious through bodily and integration of the material obtained into the conscious field. Being a non-prescriptive style of therapeutic intervention, she studies movement without modifying it.
Modern culture, splitting the physical and mental aspects of the individual, perceiving the body as an object requiring mandatory change, improvement, uses very aggressive methods in the form of food restriction, limiting physical exertion, unsustainable fasting and surgical intervention. This pushes the body to revolt, provoking psychosomatic diseases, cultivates a negative to the self.
Since dance movement therapy does not cultivate the concept of reference movement, on the contrary, the therapist teaches the client to follow internal impulses, such an experience of coordinating with oneself is sometimes unique to an adult.