Aum’s TO Dance presents Shiva’s Dance, a tribute to the founder of Yoga. In dance we move, meditate, live in union of our essence, spirits, fun, joy and bliss moments within our selves, our community and our Cosmic Life connections.
Aum’s TO DANCE programme:
Ballet Booty Sculpt, Yoga Dance, Goddess Waves, Oceanic Yoga, Yoga Fire, Yoga Belly & Hips, Circle Yoga. Check our current Schedule.
Thursdays 8 – 9:30 pm
In 10 week series, we will drill and refine our tribal vocabulary, using movement from Fat Chance ATS®, Gypsy Caravan, and Serpentina North’s own stylings for fun and dynamic group improv. Learn to follow cues and gain confide in leading!
If you have a yoga mat, feel free to bring it along. We start on the floor with a pilates-based warm up.
Class attire should be leggings or dance pants and a fitted tshirt or tank top. Feel free to wear a hipscarf if you have one! We dance barefoot, but you are welcome to wear ballet slippers or Register here: (Visit site for more details.)
Let your yoga flow feel the beat and heat! Contact Errol for details:
Thursdays: $10 OR 15.
SALSA & BACHATA LESSONS
7:30 – 9 PM.
& Intermediate Levels.
And then…it is the Age of Awakening
On the Night of Shiva, as creation awaited,
the drum sounded and music awoke the vast silence with the vibration of om
and brought the universe into existence
And the dance begins…
The primal energy infuses everything and nature awakens
flowers bloom, waterfalls tumble into immense canyons,
and the animals evolve as consciousness races back to its source
The dance begins
Dance never ends
(Excerpt from The Dance of Shiva by Paresh)
“The source of all movement,
Gives rhythm to the universe.
He dances in evil places,
He creates and preserves,
Destroys and releases.
We are part of this dance
This eternal rhythm,
And woe to us if, blinded
We detach ourselves
From the dancing cosmos,
This universal harmony…”
Do you dance for freedom, dance for love,
Dance for the earth and the skies above?
Do you Dance for sunshine, dance for rain?
Dance for healing from all the pain?Then come back to your tribe, and dance again.
Dance with your tribe my love