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What is a webinar?

An online mini-seminar that you can participate in wherever you are as long as you have internet access. This webinar series is for you if you want to:
• Connect with the world wide web of Movement Medicine dancers
• Bring the experiences of the workshop space into your day-to-day life
• Experience Movement Medicine, even if you’ve never been near a workshop in your life!
• Either experience the webinar live or catch up whenever you want to via the archive section
• Have access to all the past webinars in the archive to experience as often and whenever you want.

You pre-register (see below). You clear a little space in your living room, go online, take a deep breath, let go and let the dancer in you take it from there.

Why not give it a go? Even if you’ve never tried it before, or if you’re certain you have two left feet. Want to try webinar before signing up? Watch below:


The present webinar series will end in July 2019. There will, however, be a new offering called Movement is Medicine Tribe and it will consist of a monthly online class (10 per year), a monthly online community zoom where you can share your experience and ask questions from your practice, and short video and audio teachings from Susannah and Ya’Acov and other well-known body based practitioners. This will begin in October 2019.

Ya’Acov and Susannah will be able to develop the curriculum in response to the community of practitioners around the world and they are excited to be able to offer this new and deeper format of online work to support you in your practice and in your development of self-knowledge and your capacity to respond creatively and with resilience to the opportunities and challenges of human life on earth in the 21st century.

As a special offer, anyone subscribed to the webinar series in July 2019 will be entitled to a 50% discount on the first year of this new membership site. 

What this means is that the webinar series will be coming to an end in July and will be replaced by this new offering in the Autumn. As a consequence, during the next few weeks we will be refunding a proportion people’s subscriptions during the next few weeks (except for those whose subscription are due to shortly.  If you have paid by PayPal this will be done by PayPal and if you have paid directly to us by credit or debit card it will be paid directly to your card account.  If you are planning to renew your subscription then the renewal rate will proportionally lower depending on when you renew.


Sign up online through PayPal (you do not have to have a PayPal account to use this service, instead of logging in click ‘continue checkout’ and fill in the form).  The cost has been £35 for 10 webinars. As the present series is coming to an end, the cost today is £3.50 which will cover tha remaining last live webinar plus access to all the recorded webinars and also entitle you to a 50% discount on the new Movement is Medicine Tribe service starting in October.

If after the first webinar, you find it is not for you, you can get a full refund if you let us know within 48 hours of that webinar. To sign up click the SIGN UP LINK below. It is best to do this in advance so that there is time for you to have your account activated and be ready to access the webinars.


FORTHCOMING DATES 2019: 15 January (Ya’Acov), 19 February (David Mooney), 12 March (Mark Boylan), 7 May (Susannah), 21 May (Rosie Perks), 4 June (Christian de Sousa), 9 July (Ya’Acov)

This is an ongoing event. Further information about the seminar leaders will be posted when confirmed. Each webinar is 90 minutes long and will take place from 19.30 – 21.00 (UK time).


Thanks for the webinar, it was very touching to dance in my living room with you and all other dancers around the world. The theme of living my life as a creative process exactly fit into what I have been in touch recently. I felt that through this dance it came deeper in my body and awareness that the creating comes from the interaction of the feminine and masculine.Katerina Stejskalova, Czech Republic
I was dancing in my 3rd floor council flat in a 3 foot by 3 foot space – I have fatigue problems so I can’t manage my local dance event; it was great to feel part of something again – I could just go at the pace I was at, and find what was there for me.Deborah, UK


FAQ for Webinars – February 2018

Movement Medicine Webinars – January 2016

Bringing the Dance Back Home – March 2014
I must have needed to dance really badly – February 2013
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Get on Your Bike – October 2011
Bringing the Dance Back Home – September 2011