Come and enjoy the beauty of dancing Paneurhythmy.
Paneurhythmy is a joyful, meditational exercise-dance which has a deep philosophy associated with it. It was created by the Bulgarian Master Beinsa Douno, in the Rila mountains at the beginning of the 20th century. The music is inspiring and beautiful and most of the movements are easy to follow. Literally, the word Paneurhythmy, means ‘the movements and rhythms of the universe’.
Like Yoga, Paneurhythmy relaxes the mind and body; it centres, balances and integrates us, and puts us in right relationship to other people, to nature and the universe.
Working with the energies of Nature, paneurhythmy is danced outside, in the mornings, between the spring and autumn equinoxes. The simple, graceful movements each have a deep meaning and healing power on the dancers and on the environment.
The workshop is suitable for beginners and the more experienced. We will learn the first part of the Paneurhythmy, which is danced in a circle. There will also be an opportunity to learn more about the background and ideas behind the Paneurhythmy.
With Sarah Dawkins at Colwood House, Warninglid, Sussex on Saturday 4 June
from 9.30am – 4pm
Sarah Dawkins first danced Paneurhythmy in 1980s, learning the movements through the Scottish School of Paneurhythmy which brought Bulgarian dancers to Scotland. Sarah travelled several times to Bulgaria to dance in the Rila mountains. Sarah has incorporated the dance into many pilgrimages which she focalises alongside her husband, Peter Dawkins, throughout Britain and Europe.
Full details of all the courses Sarah is involved with are on www.zoence.co.uk.
For further details please email Sarah on firstname.lastname@example.org or tel: 01295 678 623.