Tuesday, February 28, 2012

Get Ready to Shuffle!

Today I want to highlight a post from Music Moves!  Natasha Thomas, the author of this blog, is a music therapist in North Dakota.  She works with some clients with visual and auditory impairments and recently shared a great post about incorporating dancing into music therapy.

Natasha provides some great ideas about what works and doesn't work when trying to do dancing with people who are deaf and/or blind.  I think her insight is extremely valuable and much of her advice can be transferred to other settings and therapeutic populations.  You can read her post here:

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