With so many modalities, therapies and holistic ways to get healthy, there must be something for everyone, right? For me (most of the time) i love to move, flow, dance, spiral, express and shake myself into a ecstatic tizz of bliss in order to release tension, increase circulation and body awareness as i feel it strengthens my immune system and basically makes me feel A-MA-ZING! So being in Ibiza for the summer which apparently has the biggest club in the world and people fly in from all over the plant to party and dance here i am excited to check out the dance floors. My favorite so far has to be the Las Dalias Namaste night which happens every wednesday, with the indoor and outdoor areas, fresh juices, LOUD sound system and fabulous bright installations i was impressed as it bought me back to my full moon party days in the mid 90's. Growing up in the age of full moon parties on the beach, forest doofs and under ground electronic music (before it turned main stream, now i feel old having to write this!) i have had my fair share of crazy nights, hazy days and sunrises so i was excited to meet some of the tribe here who also get turned on by the reverberation of a base beat. In the process of searching for another night to get my groove on i was aware of the growing population of trendy and gorgeous people on the streets (this is Ibiza after all) but the energy and awareness of a majority of them felt actually quite aggressive which got me thinking.. How can these people dance, move, spin and jump around all night and still have a element of aggression about them? It made me wonder if all the ecstatic dancing they have been doing all night was not enough to melt the negative and increase the positive. Ultimately our body is a store house for our emotions, thoughts and experiences so the more we are able to move through them and with them the more clear and stress free we could be but when we mix some stimulants into the mix everything can get distorted or the reality of distortion could get enhanced (if you understand my meaning). So is all this dancing, jumping, shaking and having a wild night contributing to, and paving a way to enlightenment or is it just a distraction from whats really going on in the world and in our bodies? In one of Gabrielle Roth's books she writes something along the lines of music is medicine fundamental to the soul just like the beat of a tribal drum. And the idea of movement / free form expression being part of our existence for centuries so i guess this could mean the clubbing culture is part of this evolution. So what ever clears your aura, balances your meridians, spins your chakras or gets your mojo back on track make sure its worth the ride to your next destination.