Dance Inspire UK
Make a difference and get involved!
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This platform is for you.
Hello and welcome to this site fellow dance lovers. My name is Gillian Beattie and I advocate dance in the UK. We have outstanding talent, platforms, access and people in every reach of our community delivering and changing peoples lives for the better with dance. For users of Dance Inspire UK it is about connecting and sharing. It may be YOU who creates the next best thing.
This site brings together our dance genres, journeys, experience and connections to help UK dance reach another level that pioneers no other. What that is... I have no idea yet, but you might, especially through connecting with members on the social media groups etc... so this is the beginning...
A good place I thought to begin in this quest to reach out and connect with creative minds, was to set these web pages, to help with information for individuals and links to what is out there that you can tap into. I set up Dance Inspire Podcast which broadcasts bi- weekly (1st & 15th of each month) to share dance journeys, news, tips and advice so you can reach your goals quicker. I have had AMAZING GUESTS so please check out the episodes as they hold so much information and are definitely worth your time. I also set up a private Facebook group where I post motivational actions or philosophies to help your mindset where fellow dance teachers, dancers and companies comment and advise to help each other. So now it's your turn to join the fun. Take action on planning, working hard and reaching your goals to make a difference in our dance industry. Join the private group to have your say, opinions and help others. There are no barriers to what you can achieve and I hope seeing and hearing how others have chose their paths inspires you to take yours. THERE IS ONLY ONE YOU!
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For those wanting to join the PRIVATE FACEBOOK GROUP click here - This is a closed group for posts helping you as individuals achieve. You need to answer 3 questions and be in training or involved within the dance industry.
For those wanting to join me on INSTAGRAM @danceinspireuk: tag me in your posts & inspire others.
I blog monthly and have done for the past year so check the articles out as there are fab contacts, information and thought provoking stuff there - Comment, share and like options are at the bottom of each article. I'd love to hear your point of view.
To be inspired is one small step of the journey within your career. It's the daily commitments, work, technique, advice, contacts, together with the continual education that leads to success... No one said it's easy, but it's worth it!
New podcast episodes out 1st & 15th of each month. Subscribe on iTunes. Don't forget to review and like :) Xx
Ep 28 video
As mentioned in the podcast
Ep 26 video's - As mentioned in the podcast
Mallika is an indian dancer, actor and politician – she argues that the arts may be the most powerful way to effect change, whether political, social or personal... I completely agree!
Alice Sheppard interviewed on the Laura Flanders show
A dancer and esteemed choreographer. Not defined by her disability to transforms this asset in works of art through dance.
Amelie De Rooij
A social activist and director of CATCH IT
A short documentary about dance premiered in the UK featuring inspirational stories of how dancers use the art form for positive social change around the world, from Brazil to the Philippines.
Directed by first-time filmmaker Amelie de Rooij, "Catch It" explores the power of dance to change people's lives for the better, often from a life of poverty, violence or hardship.