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Hello M. Ahmadi and thanks for your comment!!
its true! and we will deal with this challenge.
However in Colombia people dance a lot, in rituals and celebrations that are part of the life. Since we are born, our celebrations always have music and dance and people learn and perform traditional dances since childhood. We have a rich diversity in traditional musics and dances so its part of our culture and in general we could say that we are very familiar with this dances.
But yes, we do have to use strategies to involve people in this other kind of dance (inclusive dance, from contemporary dance improvisation) that implies exploration of movement and other relationship with the body.
In the experience we have had in the past, people in regions are open to learn and receive new things, that give us an opportunity to share things and have reception in people. Then, the process have to start engaging them slowly, creating the confidence to participate with a group and place were they can feel safe and free to enjoy doing what we propose to do.
well hope its understandable my english and thanks again for making us think..
Paulina