Have fun. Love your body. Live your life.
Do you often experience worry over your body or have experienced first-hand body shaming you struggle to put behind you? Are you are always dominated by thoughts of changing parts of your body or feel frustrated over your looks? Has worry over your looks affected your life in any way which may include feeling unable to go to the gym or asking someone out on a date? It could also mean you feel uncomfortable in your clothing, spending ages deciding what to wear on that night out, unsure about letting loose on the dance floor or maybe you have been unable to attend any classes. You do know, however, if you are honest with yourself, that sometimes, you can just see a glimpse of the confident version of you - the confident version of you just waiting to take back control. If this sounds familiar, then Project Dare is for you.
What Our Clients Say
Meet The Team
“Daredevil, Screamer, Dare-Cam Man and Dareographer”
Ursula, lead Daredevil, says “I find theatre, arts, group work and collaboration with people with lived experience within mental and public health changes lives. At Project Dare we are able to provide the environment for people to feel empowered to make changes on their own, long after the course has completed”.
Ursula says “Bijal began her daring journey in 2013 when she volunteered to help out with the course. Bijal is a qualified teacher – a courageous and hard-working lady. Her passion for drama, teaching and belief that every person should adore their body shines through. You will find Bijal energetic, compassionate and attentive to your needs”.
Ryan is the official Project Dare cameraman. He helps us record journeys through select Project Dare workshops and also records awesome videos of our promotions at events. We take written consent for any materials used and are happy to edit someone out if you would prefer not to be filmed, however, we think you might surprise yourself!
Nicol is our resident photographer. Nicol is bursting with passion, energy and creativity – so a natural fit for Dare. Nowadays, digital media forms a vital part of our lives it can often feel like we are on show. For people like myself (who have worried about their bodies), having a photo taken can be fraught with worry. How we feel about ourselves in photographs can trigger deep emotions which we will explore on the course.