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Golding presents a chapter as a biography and testimony to her experiences as a performer, practitioner and instructor in the creative aspects of African and Caribbean traditional dance forms. She discusses how as a first generation Black British Jamaican she has been strongly influenced by a sense of rediscovery of the ancient wisdom, symbolism, spirituality and history of African and Caribbean cultures—all of which has shaped her embodiment of dance, and has been consolidated through her undertaking of an academic study of Somatic Movement Education.

Golding, S. (2018). Moving Tu Balance: An African Holistic Dance as a Vehicle for Personal Development from a Black British Perspective. In: Akinleye, A. (eds) Narratives in Black British Dance. Palgrave Macmillan, Cham.

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