Jennifer Puig Healing Creative Movement

Jennifer Puig Healing Creative Movement

5.0 (25)
Best of 2018
1 employee
13 years in business

About this pro

Passion for dance and how I will assist clients in their goals 

In Dominican Republic, dance is a part of the culture and every day life. Born and raised there, I knew we dance to clean, to rejoice, to connect with others, to express feelings, or simply because we can’t help but follow the rhythm of music, of our bodies and our hearts. While dealing with hardships and negative feelings, I turned to the only thing that came naturally and effortlessly: to dance and move my body following its impulses and rhythmical patterns. 
I know now, as I have always known: that dance heals. It’s non- competitive - it’s a tool for change, self expression - learning-  communication - community building - integration of mind body and spirit - meditation - quieting the mind - calming the spirit. 
It is my goal and intention to assist all to find their inner happy through dance and movement. Through fun creative exercises and classes, dance becomes a tool not just to “show off” your “rehearsed steps” but to quickly step into all that you are, embrace every part of yourself, build confidence, practice your very own happy moves, learn,
Integrate, express, connect... and heal in the process.
My services are for those looking to: 
- Increase happy cells 
- Recover your own power to manifest
- Increase self esteem
- Practice self awareness 
- Heal the relationship with self and others 
- Remember what dance is used for since the beginning of time 
- Discover personal movement patterns and the meaning behind it
- Learn new ways of moving and therefore create new thought patterns 
- Create and manifest positive emotions
- Explore self expression 
- Meditatet
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....Let me know how I can best serve and assist - YOU! 

What I love the most about the work I do is : Connecting, Playing and Co- Creating with others through the power of movement, music and dance. 

I love to assist others find their inner happy, their “aha” moments. I also enjoy reminding others why they dance. 

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Credentials

Miami, FL 33186
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25 Reviews

5.0

  • Katherine Kramer

    Jennifer works from the heart with sensitivity, skill and passion.

  • sophie moon

    she is such an inspirtational teacher....the way she expresses herself is very amazing and empowering for others! and her dance is one of a kind...

  • Jen Ascential

    Jennifer Puig is a true professional. Her thoughtful, educated and progressive approach is one that any school or program will greatly benefit from. She is a pioneer in the academic arts field.

  • Karla A.

    Jennifer is a lovely lady with vast dance experience. She makes you feel welcomed and at ease. I really enjoyed her classes.


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FAQs


What is your typical process for working with a new student?

The process for working with a new client is always first getting to know the client and understandingj how I can better serve them and their needs. This can either be in person or over the phone. It also includes a conversation about how the process works and the options available to furfill their goals. 


What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?

I have an Associates degree in arts from MDC kendall college and 4 years studies of Professional Dance with a focus in African/ Caribbean studies at FIU university in  Miami. 

I embarked on a journey to find the healing in dance and studied Dance Movement Therapy in Barcelona Spain for 4 years.


Do you have a standard pricing system for your lessons? If so, please share the details here.

The price is agreed upon between myself and the client depending on : time, location, and duration of services.


How did you get started teaching?

I began to teach when I was offered the opportunity to work with children and teenagers in the Miami school system, with hopes of sharing with them how dance can possitively affect their lives within school and after school. 


What types of students have you worked with?

I have had the honor to work with:

- babies 

- children 

- teenagers 

- adults

- individuals with disabilities

- mothers and their babies 

- collleagues

- teachers 

- Artists 

- Dancers 

- community members 

I enjoy working with all that are ready and willing. 


Describe a recent event you are fond of.

Having impacted the community of Ometepe Nicaragua with free English lessons through the power of dance and creative movement.


What advice would you give a student looking to hire a teacher in your area of expertise?

Have an open mind and heart. Follow your inner guidance. Trust.


What questions should students think through before talking to teachers about their needs?

1. What do I want?

2. Where do I need guidance? 

3. How do I feel about being guided?

4. Why am I looking for guidance? 

5. How much am I able/ willing to invest?

6. Is this something I am curious about?