Dancing It Out!

Dancing It Out with Joseph Corella
Amy, the host of Butterfly Kisses, is a spiritual seeker who enjoys making a difference in the world. Growing up she always felt different and like she never truly belonged. It wasn’t until she started going inward that she found the love of God IS all of US! Now, as an Akashic Records Practitioner and the host of Butterfly Kisses, she helps others discover the joy of living their divinity through their humanity.

October 16, 2022

Dancing It Out can be magical and very healing! In this episode of Butterfly Kisses, Joseph Corella will show us how it changed his life for the better. As a kid, Joseph was always creative and loved to move, but it wasn’t until he was a bit older that he realized how much power dance could have in his life. 

Dance helped Joseph stay moving through some tough times, and he now teaches others how to use dance as a way to heal. In his program, 567 Broadway, Joseph leads adults through fun and easy dance moves set to Broadway music. Dancing is a great way to get your heart rate up and to connect with your creative side. Anyone can dance, so if you feel called to “dance it out!” Joseph’s class is a great way to get started.

Joseph Corella is a professional dancer and choreographer who has been dancing since he was a young boy. He is passionate about teaching people of all ages how to use dance to heal and connect with their bodies and minds. Joseph offers private and group classes online and a dance fitness program called 567 Broadway.

Have you been told to be happy, you need to find your passion, follow your dreams, or just be yourself? But what if you’ve done all that and still are not happy?

Joseph Corella has been dancing since he was a young child. He started out watching his older brother dance and then decided to join him. Corella quickly realized that he loved to dance, and it helped him stay connected to his true self. Even during difficult times in his life, dance has always been an outlet for him. 

Today, Joseph uses dance to help others heal. He has created a dance fitness program called 567 Broadway, designed for adults. The program is based on the idea that dance can be used as a tool to help people connect to their bodies and minds. Corella’s goal is to create a workout experience that is creative and enjoyable for everyone.

Here are steps to follow to find your inner Dance Diva!

  1. Dance can be used as a tool to heal
  2. Music is a powerful tool that can help you connect to different emotions
  3. Breathing techniques can help you relax and connect to your higher self

1. Dance can be used as a tool to heal

To use dance as a tool for healing, you can start by finding a class or instructor you connect with. Finding music that speaks to you and makes you feel something is important. Music helps to ground you in the present moment and provides a sense of connection. Once you have found a class or instructor you connect with, be sure to listen to your body and go at your own pace – the goal is to move and feel good, not push yourself too hard.

Dance can be used to heal by providing a way to connect with your body and release emotions. Feeling good in your body can be a powerful tool for self-care and stress relief. Dancing can help to process and release stuck emotions, providing a sense of release and catharsis.

2. Music is a powerful tool that can help you connect to different emotions

Music can be a powerful tool that helps you feel various emotions, from happiness and joy to sadness and grief. When feeling down or struggling, try listening to a song that makes you feel good or has a special meaning. Dancing can release any built-up tension or stress. If you don’t like dancing, simply moving your body to the music can also be beneficial.

Listening to music can also be a form of self-care. Taking the time to listen to enjoy music can help you relax and rejuvenate. It can be a way to escape daily life’s stresses and connect with your inner self. Make sure to set aside some time to listen to music each day, even if it’s just for a few minutes. You may be surprised at how much it raises your vibrations and can help you feel better.

3. Breathing techniques can help you relax and connect to your higher power

If dancing inspires you,  I highly encourage you to dance. Whether you dance with Joseph online or whether you find something in your local community, there are so many ways to practice the art of dance. Joseph created 567 Broadway, a dance fitness class to Broadway music for adults to learn to move and tap into their creativity. And Broadway music can be theatrical and storytelling as you jump into a character. You’re suddenly sharing the essence of your story from your heart through movement. And it’s fun! 

Joseph’s 567 Broadway class is open to anyone, regardless of experience level. It’s something that anybody can do and can be a great way to heal your emotion and release stress and tension.

I’d love to hear about you and your experience with Dancing It Out! Leave me a comment on how it went for you, or drop Joseph or me any questions you want us to answer!

Where to find Joseph—

Website: JosephCorella.com

Facebook: @567Broadway

TikTok: @567Broadway

Instagram: @567Broadway

Youtube: @567Broadway

Other Butterfly Kisses Podcast episodes you’ll enjoy:

Eps. 5 Deaf Queen Boss

Eps. 42. GetHART with Meris Gebhardt: A Mindfulness Coach Who Gets You! 

Eps. 52. Joe Fletcher: Treating Mental Illness with Love 

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