Biodanza in Organizations

What do we do?

We promote the connectivity of work teams increasing their emotional well-being. This directly affects a higher performance of the team.


We work the following problems of an organization:

  • Group and intergroup integration
  • Optimization of interpersonal relationships
  • Prevention of fatigue and stress
  • Greater flexibility to changes
  • Stimulation of creativity
  • Reinforcement of self-esteem and self-care
  • Boosting confidence and initiative
  • Safety at work

How do we do it?

These problems are faced and worked using the “Biodanza System“, which uses integrated movement, games and individual and collective exercises that can be performed by all people, regardless of their physical condition or previous experience.


Applied in the workplace, it is important to stimulate the enhancement of the affective, relational and creative capacity of the members of the organization, awakening the personal and group potentials.

How long does it last?

In order to apply the “Biodanza System”, it is necessary to know the needs and objectives of the organization, so prior interviews, recognition of the facilities and preferably of some of the people who will participate in this process are essential to be able to project, evaluate and budget the job.


There are programs that go from two to six months of work, with one session per week. Each session lasts at least one hour to two hours depending on the size of the group and the objectives to be worked on.

How are its effects measured?

To evaluate the results of each session, the PANAS test is used (Watson, Clark and Tellegen, 1988).


PANAS (Positive and Negative Affect Schedule), is a highly recognized test at an international level, which was applied mainly to measure changes in people’s feelings and emotions. It is a psychometric scale that shows the relationship between positive and negative emotions. In short, it allows us to see the emotional well-being of those who answer it, at a specific moment.


The test consists of a list of 20 emotions (10 positive and 10 negative), which the participants respond according to a scale of 1 to 5, depending on how they feel at that moment regarding each of the mentioned emotions.


The test is applied before and after each session and is answered anonymously, since the important thing was to assess the emotional state of the entire team.

About us

BIOCENTRIC INTEGRATION aims to promote the human capacities of an organization and its workers. This through the use of the Biodanza System as an instrument for personal and collective development.


Rodrigo Toro Sánchez, Teacher of Biodanza and son of Rolando Toro Araneda, creator of the Biodanza System. Director of the Madrid Original Biodanza School. President of BRT, an international organization that regulates Biodanza Original SRT. Architect from the University of Chile and MSc. University College London.


Claudia Mora Reyes, Lawyer from the University of Chile. He advises on strategic, commercial and labor matters to companies of various sectors and nationalities. Iyengar Yoga practitioner since 2012, currently in training as a Biodanza teacher at the Original School of Biodanza in Madrid.

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