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Kelowna, B.C. dance studio uses movement to improve teens’ mental health

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‘Fangtastic’ Halloween costume trends at Kelowna, B.C. costume shop “It’s a creative outlet as well, so you can express any feelings: sad, anxious and angry,” said Mia Stokes, 15-year-old dancer.“You can express those feelings through dance without having to speak your feelings.

I don’t normally talk about my feelings, but being able to dance with my body in that way has always been super helpful for me.”For 14-year-old Maddi Ireland, attending dance class helps her work through anxiety.“If I’m anxious, I just love coming to dance.

I just feel a lot better because I can express myself differently, it’s definitely helped me with school because I don’t have to think about just grades and working all the time,” said Ireland.

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