The first time I heard the title of his new movie, I asked Remo D'Souza, can anybody [and everybody] dance? But you get the response while surfing television channels: Dance-based shows have become a prerequisite for the programming department of most channels. From kids to young couples to even senior citizens, these dance-based shows feature just about anyone and everyone with the passion for dance. There's no 'age limit', frankly. Come to think of it, music and dance are an integral part of our culture and day-to-day life. We love dancing, don't we? Dancing on the streets, during weddings, birthday celebrations, festivals... we also break into a dance when India wins a crucial cricket match against a strong opponent.
ABCD Anybody Can Dance by Remo Dsouza is india's first 3D Dance Movie. American dance reality show star Lauren Gottlieb is playing a lead role in 3D dance film Anybody Can Dance ABCD produced by UTV Motion Pictures. Earlier rumors about Madhuri Dixit starring in the movie were put down by Remo saying "Unfortunately, Madhuri Dixit is not in ABCD (Anybody Can Dance). But, I am trying to get her for my next film which is a musical saga which will be in 3D."
Some essential aspects of these types of intervention include training in a better knowledge of oneself and full attention in the here and now (through meditation), and giving considerable relevance to the concept of body consciousness or awareness. Within this framework, body consciousness is understood as the identification and description of physical sensations and perceptions that bring information to the cognitive-emotional sphere [34, 35]. An intervention based on this approach allows the individual to explore the dimensions of their own corporeality. As indicated by Mehling , body consciousness is an inseparable aspect of the consciousness of an embodied self that is constructed in interaction with the environment. It is the product of a dynamic process that helps to build oneself, including cognitive assessment and attitudes, beliefs, experiences and learnings in the personal and relational context [35, 36].
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