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|Author||Silva K.M.D.; Nitschke R.G.; Durand M.K.; Heidemann I.T.S.B.; Tholl A.D.; Rumor P.C.F.; Moncada M.J.A.
|Title||Circle dance: integrative and complementary practice in the daily health promotion for older adults|
Silva K.M.D.; Nitschke R.G.; Durand M.K.; Heidemann I.T.S.B.; Tholl A.D.; Rumor P.C.F.; Moncada M.J.A. Circle dance: integrative and complementary practice in the daily health promotion for older adults,Revista brasileira de enfermagem 75Suppl 4 Suppl 4
|Keywords||Aged; Brazil; Health Promotion; Humans; Qualitative Research; aged; Brazil; health promotion; human; qualitative research
|Link to article|| https://www.scopus.com/inward/record.uri?eid=2-s2.0-85140856962&doi=10.1590%2f0034-7167-2021-0003&partnerID=40&md5=20682cf2e527a76ef47b9a9f2600ef6f
|Abstract||OBJECTIVES: to understand circle dance as an integrative and complementary practice for health promotion in older adults' daily lives. METHODS: an interpretive, qualitative study, based on Michel Maffesoli's Comprehensive Sociology of Everyday Life. There were 20 participants, 17 older adults and three focalizers in circles held in Basic Health Units in a municipality in southern Brazil. Data were collected through interviews and observation, between September 2016 and March 2017, and analyzed through preliminary analysis, ordering, key links, coding and categorization. RESULTS: three categories emerged that express the daily life of circle dance with older adults: circles that spin; challenges for new circles to spin; entering, being and staying in the circle. FINAL CONSIDERATIONS: circle dance provided older adults with a feeling of belonging to a group, combined with pleasure and well-being, contributing to promotion of older adults' health.