Viktor Frankl dance

personSlađana Milošević
history3 minutes reading
We have written before here on our blog about the connection between logotherapy and music and logotherapy and movement. Logotherapy is the third Viennese school of psychotherapy created by Dr. Viktor Frankl. University professor, Dr. Viktor Emil Frankl neurologist, psychiatrist, founder of logotherapy and existential analysis, was born on March 26, 1905 in Vienna, and died on September 2, 1997…
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The dancing heart of a girl from the south of Serbia

personSlađana Milošević
history3 minutes reading
Till now, we had few interviews with dancers and parents of dancers. Today, we are presenting you Draga Gligorijevic and her mother Natasa, from Vucje, South Serbia. Our mission is to promote dancing, also through the support to dancers from small towns and cities just as it is in this case. P&G: PLEASE INTRODUCE YOURSELF BRIEFLY FOR OUR READERS (YOURSELF…
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Mental health matters

personNataša Vasić
history5 minutes reading
Psychologist Natasa Vasic instructs us on the importance of mental health and announces our new WORKSHOP OF PHYSICAL THERAPY AND DANCE, which will be held on May 16, at 1 pm, at the address Resavska 28 in Belgrade. The concept of our class, which will last from 13-15h, includes: heating; light dance exercises; stronger tempo dance exercises; five physical therapy…
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Yoga as a gift of civilization – Branislav Grujin – Interview

personSuzana Vujović
history7 minutes reading
Branislav Grujin (64) from Zrenjanin, is the first professor of physical education in the subject of yoga, who is engaged in the system of primary school education. By nature, someone who does not like to be exposed and does not like to brag about the epithets of a yoga teacher, which he considers to be given lightly today, says that…
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Basics of dance in programming

personSlađana Milošević
history5 minutes reading
Numbers, stats and creativity are all integral parts of choreography — but they’re vital for coding, too. That’s the idea behind danceLogic, a program in Philadelphia that integrates dance and computer programming for 13 to 17-year-old girls. DanceLogic is one of the programs that promotes learning coding with dance. It is a program of the West Park Cultural Center, a…
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Traditional Folk Dance from Serbia

personSlađana Milošević
history5 minutes reading
On December 9, 2017, KOLO, Traditional Folk Dance from Serbia was inscribed on the UNESCO Representative List of the Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity. The word kolo means: a game in a circle that goes around, a chain of interconnected players, a magical action, because closing the circle protects the community from everything that could harm it. KOLO is also…
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Logotherapy and Music during the Pandemic in Serbia

personSlađana Milošević
history3 minutes reading
This text was published in a book: “Carried by the Spirit: Our Hearts Sing. Discerning Meaning during the COVID-19 Pandemic“ (editors dr Maria Marshall and dr Edward Marshall). The book contains an article by Viktor E Frankl published for the first time in English and the contribution of 33 authors. Proceeds of this book are donated to the UN charity…
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The first soloist of the Ensemble “Kolo” Milos Vulovic – Interview

personSuzana Vujović
history7 minutes reading
Dance as a form of communication that is understood by the whole world, regardless of cultural differences, erases borders, brings people together and nurtures tradition. The professional national ensemble “Kolo” manages to be the guardian of traditional art for 73 years, by processing folk dances, preserving their style and character. Through the style of games, choreographic figures, traditional music, costumes…
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The world is our stage

personSlađana Milošević
history3 minutes reading
We wrote earlier about nature and Dance: Part 1 and Part 2. And as all is so beautifully connected and happens at the right time, although we do not see it that way… Here we are again connecting dance and nature with an action: Earth Hour 2021! As stated at WWF web site in the invitation (copied): “Speak up for…
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Dance and nature – part two

personSlađana Milošević
history3 minutes reading
We wrote earlier about nature and dance. Here we continue to write about it. Actually, we have two interesting stories to share. One story is about pinguins that dance to survive and the other one is about ballerina dancing to save swans. Living in the Antarctic can be extremely chilly, so Emperor penguins perform a mass dance to stay warm…
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