Food for the Soul: A Day of Spiritual Dancing
Sunday 4th February
Join us for an opportunity to nurture your inner self through dance, chant and other meditative practices. In some traditions music is regarded as food for the soul and musicians are considered physicians of the soul. As we dance and sing together our dance circle becomes the physician of our souls. Our circle creates a joyful, heartfelt connection which is revivifying and healing.
The electricity of touch and the vibrational resonance of sound are subtle yet influential forms of energetic communication that operate below our conscious level of awareness yet they can have a profound and uplifting effect on the way we feel in body, heart and mind. They are indeed nourishment for the soul. As well as dancing and singing there will also be times sitting in the silence and enjoying other meditative practices.
If you are new and considering coming along you will receive a warm welcome. It is not necessary to have had any experience of this form of dancing – sometimes called Dances of Universal Peace. Mostly we dance and sing as we move together in a circle. The chants are based on sacred phrases from various spiritual traditions.The dances are simple and accessible as well as profound and deep. They are clearly taught and easily learned.
Additionally during this workshop there may be short periods sitting together in the silence to help us to integrate and embody the effects of the practices.
Times: Sunday 4th February. Arrivals for refreshments from 10 am. Start at 10.30am. Finish at 4.30pm.
Venue: Galhampton Village Hall, Long St, Galhampton, Yeovil BA22 7AY
Bookings and Further Details:
Contact Philip for further details.