WHAT PEOPLE SAY
This is exactly what the city needs.
Says Kirsten Lord, a psychologist and harm-minimisation worker from the Royal North Shore Drug and Alcohol Service in Sydney.
“Everything is based around drugs and alcohol,” she says. “If you like dancing, the only events you can go to for free form dance are at clubs or pubs and are alcohol fuelled.”
It was my first time and it was amazing.
The way the event is structured facilitates us to get to know each other and eases us into dancing from the heart.
I went alone and met some beautiful people. The music was excellent!
I felt like a character in a fairy tale land, WooHoo London.
I see candlelight, colours and people with looks of pure bliss and joy on their faces. I was fully immersed in this world of love, freedom and bliss. The night was pure magic, i left feeling an electric buzz through my body.
The energy, the love, the non-judgement to fully express oneself without alcohol or drugs. Insane.
So much fun, got to dance without any feeling of judgement or insecurity. Felt liberated and left feeling empowered.
High vibe, great crowd, amazing music
The music and teacher helped us connect with everyone in the room, had the most amazing time.
So grateful to be able to attend a venue & feel safe being in addiction recovery.
The experience was so beautiful
The warm-up ice breakers were great! Love the diverse age range.
There was so much attention paid to the details of how the night played out, there was always something going on.
A lot of fun. Wish you would do more events! Love everything this event represents.