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Visit our store to purchase worship dance inspirational and teaching videos. Our videos can be purchased in DVD format or downloaded as a digital download. 

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Worship Dance Blog

Celebration of Dance emphasizes the importance of building a foundation of intimacy with God as worship dancers. We focus on moving with the Spirit, waiting on God for His lead in the dance, and avoiding pitfalls that can stop the flow of His presence.

Featured Media

Belma Vardy of Celebration of Dance has been featured on The Miracle Channel, 100 Huntley Street, and Reach Out for Life Ministries sharing her story of how God initially led her into worship through movement, the healing she went through, videos produced, working with children, adults, First Nations People, and numerous denominations across many nations

About Belma Vardy

For over 35 years, Belma Vardy has traveled to Europe, South Africa, Asia, and throughout North America inspiring people of all ages and denominations to discover intimacy with God through creative movement and worship dance.

Belma vardy travels Facebook

Documenting the places and people Belma Vardy has travelled through the ministry of Celebration of Dance.

BEcause God was there

This is the amazing and true story of Belma Vardy, who as a young child lived through the brutal and terrifying events that accompanied the end of World War II and the sudden erection of the Berlin Wall, when East was separated from West and families were ripped apart.

The trauma Belma endured during those years would have destroyed most people. If they had survived, they would have been severely crippled emotionally. But Belma found the key to healing. This story is one of courage, gripping contrasts and is told here in remarkable detail.

“A must read for every person”

Dr. Gerard and Peta-Gay Roberts (First Nations)
Co-founders of OKAMA

Note: Link opens up in new tab and book is available for purchase from Castle Quay Books