Karen Skehel of Dance into Bliss on KBS, South Korean TV

About Karen Skehel

Karen has been practising Biodanza since 2005 and brings a powerful transformational approach and her own unique style to her Biodanza teaching.
As well as teaching Biodanza, Karen has been offering transformational holistic coaching both within organisations and for private clients since 2001. She has coached in front of 1.5 million people on ITV’s most popular day time programme, and has also appeared on ITV2. She wrote for Natural Health Magazine as The Soul Doctor and The Life Coach contributing a page addressing readers’ life challenges every month over a four year period.

She has pioneered the use of self-healing coaching to help people reduce or overcome the symptoms of long-standing or so-called incurable conditions, has some extraordinary case studies which illustrate her ability to facilitate healing, and now extends her healing work into her Biodanza teaching. She has also developed a new treatment process which combines coaching and healing therapies. Named Chikara (meaning “powerful” in Japanese), the process has been described as beautiful, powerful and unique by one of the UK’s Reiki Masters.

You can find out more about her coaching work at www.wow-coaching.co.uk and her coaching supervision work at www.coachingsupervisor.co.uk . She is also the founder of www.associationofcoachingsupervisors.com

About Dance into Bliss

Dance into Bliss offer inspiring themed Biodanza events with exciting and fun workshops, delicious lunch and novel networking. Using iconic venues which host eclectic parties in the heart of London’s West End, participants come away uplifted, inspired, enlightened, renewed and connected with like-minded people.

Karen teaches Biodanza at Dance into Bliss Events, and has taught or is teaching for a variety of other groups at different venues around the UK, including the Eurocoach Conference 2011. She is developing a programme to use Biodanza to help with emotional healing and physical conditions. The healing power of Biodanza is underpinned by research carried out at the University of Leipzig.

See Chris Bateman “Can we dance towards health?” South African Medical Journal

See Rolando Toro Araneda “Biodanza and Parkinson’s Disease: Proposal of Motor Existential Rehabilitation” Positive Health, Issue 57, October 2000

Biodanza, Science, Art & Love, by Padraic Churba-Doyle. Moving Arts Network: www.movingartsnetwork.com/article/biodanza-science-art-love.html

Find out more at www.danceintobliss.co.uk

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