Monthly Biodanza including socializing with nibbles:
‘Dance for fun, connection and bliss’
Sunday 30th Sept 2 – 6 pm
Time to stop, dance and connect with like minded people.
What is Biodanza?
Biodanza literally means the dance of life. It is a system of personal and group development. It comes from South America, created by Rolando Toro, a psychologist. It draws from many ancient tribal dances and practices. The benefits of regular practice are:
– Feeling alive and happy.
– Re-harmonizing your well-being.
– Meeting without masks and agenda
– Nourishing each other in a safe place
– Removing blocks in your body and mind to increase creative potential.
– States of bliss where you feel a deep communion with your soul and all that surrounds you.
What’s the main structure of a class?
The dances are guided by the facilitator. There are no steps to learn.There are rhythmic dances for physical well-being and vitality in the first part of the class, and slow exercise which induce relaxation in the second half.
What kind of music is played?
Enjoy a vibrant mix of uplifting World music, from Tribal drums, Jazz, Latin, hip-swaying Samba to soothing Classical.
It is open to all, there are no steps to learn, just guidance to free your body to make its own movements.
Sunday 30th September 2018 from 14.00 – 18.00
14.00 – 15.45 1st Biodanza session, open to all, beginners welcome
15.45 – 16.15 Break, Teas and Nibbles sharing, socialising, free dancing
16.15 – 18.00 2st Biodanza deeper session for biodancers with some experience
£32 at the door for all afternoon, or £27 early bird till Friday night 28th Sept : ‘PAYPAL PAYMENT £27’
First session £18 at the door, or £15 early bird till Friday night 28th Sept :‘PAYPAL PAYMENT £15 ‘
How to pay?
By PayPal: click link above.
By credit card: email me at email@example.com for bank details.
South Portslade Community Center
Church Road (next to Health Center)
PORTSLADE, BRIGHTON, East Sussex BN41 1LB
Easy free on street parking
10 mins walk from Portslade Station
Bus line number 1, but stop ” Portslade Health Centre”
Click this Google Map link for street view and directions.
What to bring?
– comfortable clothes
– a bottle of water and healthy nibbles and drinks to share