Caroline Carey


That very difficult question arises  'What do you do?' And I try to put it in a nutshell, avoiding saying 'I'm a dance teacher!' But that is probably the easiest thing to understand, but this work is so much more than that! I might explain further - It is the…

‘What do you do?’



There is no possibility of truly loving with out that same love being prepared to be vulnerable. There is no true courage until we can walk through our vulnerability. Beautiful vulnerability – be careful what I write. Releasing me from safety, never knowing, as safety has a harsh dance too,…

Walk through our vulnerability



Are we not all desperately trying to reclaim our Sovereignty? Yet do we really know what it means? When I think of my own Sovereign, I think about myself as born with a soul in-tacked, of being complete and being loved for just who I am, in Gods eyes, never…

The Key To Our Own Sovereignty



When I witness a Mandorla constellation and hold the space for this process, I am bringing together quite a few decades of being fascinated with soul-retrieval. As I watch the process unfolding in front of me, it sometimes takes my breath away, quite literally, to see how powerful the actual…

The phoenix from the ashes, the rebirth of our Sovereignty.





Have you ever considered a teacher training to hold dance classes for your community? My dance offerings began over twenty two years ago, with 5 Rhythms classes in West Cork and then Cork City. I branched out to many other cities and countries around the world, offering the dance as…

Offering The Dance



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The woman’s body, tuned into the natural rhythms, it ebbs and flows and changes with its own seasons. Each part of it ages, just like the leaves from spring to autumn to winter and beyond. And like those leaves the woman’s skin becomes so very delicate, even more tender to…

the most delicate of petals





It’s one of the most beautifully exquisite experiences that I know and like anything else not without its need for awareness, strengths, prayers and hopes. Like many there is a very deep and loving connection I have for my grandchildren, it’s different to anything I’ve known. A love for them…

On being a Grandmother – by Caroline Carey


Posted on July 28, 2015 by Caroline Carey Written some time ago, and re-sharing today  “My dance is a celebration of my life, it tears me apart, and that is where I find God. When my body is moving beyond limitation, when my heart is bursting wide open, when sounds…

Rhythm is Medicine


            That liminal space of transition the known and the unknown riding the wave 'in-between' these worlds the no longer & the not yet we ride that invisible wave a mandorla surrender that cannot be forced into I am here or there, again awaiting the…

Liminal space of transition



I’m not sure I want to be told how to be successful, or that I need goals and plans for the future. I’m not sure I want it suggested that I can change and that I can ‘be who I really want to be’ and stand in some one else’s…

What is enough?






For the past year and a half, I have been living in the city for the second time in my life. To live in the city was never on my agenda, because I never thought I could cope with it, never wanted it. But having been here for this time,…

Where have I been?