Min. Sky-Ceu Kingshill is the Founder/Director of Dance Project - Bible Ministries (DPB Ministries) and the Founder/President of Express Christ Center, a nonprofit organization. Both ministries are in NYC where she lives and teaches. Her husband, Rev. Kim Andrew Kingshill, works alongside her.
Min. Sky as she is best known has been working in the areas of Movement and Dance for over 35 years with a focus on the scriptures for over 25 years. She has developed two seminars: ‘God Moving In My Soul’ and ‘Express Christ’. She also has developed several classes based on scripture, anatomy, and space to enhance the work of other dance ministers, teachers, leaders and advanced dancers in Worship/ Praise Dance.
In her process of using movement/dance in worship and for healing/restoration, she has helped individuals, groups and families in Thailand, Brazil, Ecuador, the Bahamas, and the USA, especially in New York City.
Min. Sky, is a member of the International Dance Council-CID-Global. She is also the author of the book The Choreography of God, 2013.
Min. Sky works with persons suffering from a variety of abuse, past and present; having special needs such as in the 'Autism Spectrum'; desiring to understand cultures through movement; wanting to use movement to enhance their communication approach in their work; desiring to relieve stress or anxiety. However, the most important movement for her is ‘The use of our everyday movement in worship to God’.
She believes that we can worship God everywhere through our actions in movement through the fruit of the Spirit and God’s word.
Min. Sky-Ceu Kingshill holds a Master’s degree in Professional Studies - Urban Ministry-Alliance Theological Seminary/Nyack in NYC.
She is a CMA-Certified Movement Analyst at Laban/Bartenieff Institute of Movement Studies in NYC. She is also an RSMT-Registered Somatic Movement Therapist and RSME-Registered Somatic Movement Educator at ISMETA-International Somatic Movement Education Therapy Association in NYC.
Min. Sky’s Motto: The 5 A’s
Before she teaches her classes, she asks God how to prepare for the class. In her pedagogy of teaching, her best practice is based on the 5 A’s:
* Accept each participant as a valuable and creative person in his/her own right.
* Affirm participants constantly.
* Avoid closing a participant's spirit by evaluative comments.
* Allow for group participation or engagement in the process.
* Ample time at the conclusion for participants' feedback on how they experienced the class.
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