Shakin’ and Quakin’ . . . Dance into Ecstasy


Doris Humphrey’s “The Shakers” . . . the original Shakers and Quakers surely were TranceDancers

Wild Horses in France photog. by Marco Carmassi

Wild Horses in France
photog. by Marco Carmassi

Bradford Keeney on Shaking as Healing . . .

 “. . . you need to be broken . . . the brokenness helps soften you . . . ”

(however, I feel differently about the necessity of having an intention) . . .

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