Hola Sober April 2024


One of the greatest things about kitchen dancing is its accessibility. You don't need any special equipment or expensive gym memberships—all you need is some music and a willingness to move. Whether you're cooking dinner, washing dishes, or simply waiting for the kettle to boil, you can sneak in a quick dance session whenever the mood strikes. And because it's done in the comfort of your own home, you can tailor your dance routine to fit your schedule and preferences. Furthermore, kitchen dancing can be a powerful tool for stress relief and relaxation. The rhythmic movements and uplifting music can help to release tension in both the body and mind, leaving you feeling refreshed and rejuvenated. It's a great way to unwind after a long day or shake off the stresses of daily life. In conclusion, kitchen dancing is much more than just a form of exercise—it's a celebration of life, joy, and self-expression. By incorporating dance into your daily routine, you can improve both your physical and emotional well-being while having fun in the process. When I go to Hola Sober Support Meetings they all dance out of the meeting with the host choosing a song of her choice to end the hour. I find it hugely liberating to dance out of a sober zoom room and Susan said she created this rule to ensure no woman walks out of a sober space ashamed or feeling disempowered in weakness. I will be honest and say, it’s an amazing sight to see women of all ages boogying to the sound of Dua Lipa on a Sunday leaving the meeting and find it inspiring. So next time you're in the kitchen, turn up the music, let loose, and dance like nobody's watching!


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