May 2022 Workshop series


Freedom & Expression through Movement.
Every 2nd & 4th Monday nights, 7-8pm Melbourne time, on Zoom

A gathering of like-minded dance enthusiasts to participate in an hour of dance and movement for personal growth. This is a time of facilitated experiential self-exploration in one’s own Zoom space and in a group setting.

9 May 22 Facilitator: Theresa Jackson
23 May 22 Facilitator: Maeve Larkin


“The Healing Rhythm of the Dyadic Union”*
Every 2nd & 4th Thursday mornings, 10-11am Melbourne time, on Zoom

An online program for DMT practitioners & graduates to meet and dyad on a regular basis. Participants are put into randomly assigned breakout rooms for their authentic movement practice.

12 May 22 host: Angela Kastanis
26 May 22 host: Theresa Jackson

* Dr Marcia B. Leventhal. The Healing Rhythm of the Dyadic Union. Melbourne, Australia, 2013. DTAA Journal: Moving On.


$20 per any individual session, or
$50 per month for all Dance-&-Move and Dyads events in May.

To register go to:

Click on any date to book for all 4 sessions.


Theresa Jackson is originally from New York where she studied Dance Therapy and Contemporary dance with the Alwin Nickolais and Murray Louis dance theatre as well as experiencing Graham, Judson Church and other dance disciplines. She is a graduate of the New York University Master’s Dance Therapy program. Since arriving in Australia she has worked with NAISDA, TAFE, University of Western Sydney and University of Wollongong. She has been a Physical Education/Health/Personal Development teacher in secondary schools.


Angela Kastanis is a Dance Movement Therapist located on the Mornington Peninsula. She is a coordinator and educator for the IDTIA Clinical Training in DMT and is the current Convenor of IDTIA. She also co-facilitates the Thursday morning DMT Conversations for IDTIA. She has worked with children and adults with Down Syndrome, autism, the blind, adults with dementia in aged care and people in trauma recovery. Currently, Angela offers online movement explorations for the general public and runs a private practice working with adults and children moving through life issues, in-person and online.


Maeve Larkin has a lifelong interest and love of dance which she has shared with the community as a dancer, teacher, dance movement therapist and workshop presenter. After 2 years at the Australian Ballet School and 6 years teaching ballet, Maeve returned to study graduating with a BEd in Dance in 1984. After raising her family she continued with her education achieving a Dip in DMT (IDTIA) and Dip Counselling (AIPC) She also has extensive experience of somatic approaches, particularly Somatic Wisdom with Alice Cummins.