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Jodie/YingChu is an interdisciplinary dance artist from Taiwan working nomadically as a creator, dancer, maker/choreographer, performer, collaborator, facilitator/teacher, researcher, and Usui Reiki Master Teacher. Creating is the core spirit of her practice, with the emphasis of kinaesthetic experiences along the process of ecountering, connecting, and crafting. With her clairvoyant and sensitivity in senses, very naturally she delves into sensations and perceptions in the field of phenomenology and the body-mind relationship by weaving the thinking-body through dancing, moving, and embodying. She has created the Soul Flowing Dancing Practice with her achievement of the MA Creative Practice (Dance Professional Practice) awarding by Independent Dance, Siobhan Davies Dance, and Trinity Laban in London in the UK. She is grateful for serving the humanity with her soul mission integrating dancing art, healing art (vibrational energy work) and living art (permaculture), and dedicating to honor the divine universe.
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