Venue: withh Basu and Ann - Ellas Retreat Paleros | City: Palairos, Greece
8 days Yoga meeting Contact Dance
With Basu and Ann @ Ellas Retreat Paleros
in a small greek village at the Ionioan Sea
From 28th August to 4th of September 2018
Program 7 days where you will be guided in Contact Dance, Kriya Hatha Yoga, Mindfulness Meditation, Self inquiry, Nidra Yoga, Bhajans and Health food with Basu and Ann
Yoga meeting Contact Dance In this meeting we will explore how yoga and contact dance helps us to increase our awareness, how both are supporting the awakening.
Lots of opening can happen in this meeting, two of them being: A natural opening into the yoga of self inquiry and understandings into conscious relationships.
Contact improvisation / the honest dance
What makes you dance? What is already moving inside, and how does the dance move you?
An invitation to open our bodies and senses to the continuous flow of life, to taste and express what is already moving inside. With Contact Improvisation, Authentic Movement and bodywork we will journey into the body and to the points of contact with others. Explore how to move safely, expand into new pathways of movement, together and alone. In the movement classes you will be given tools to move, meet, support and fly. The dance is our teacher!
Basu He is an experienced teacher and has been giving courses and retreats in yoga, tantra and meditation in India, Thailand, Greece, Denmark and Austria since 2000.
He offers a clear teaching and practice from different spiritual traditions without them loosing their originality.
He began his yoga sadhana (spiritual practice) in 1997 and was in the following periode introduced into Hatha Yoga, Kundalini Yoga, Tantra, Vipassana and Qi Gong. In 2002 he was initiated in Kriya Yoga by Swami Shankarananda Giri.
In 2008 Swami Shankarananda Giri gave him the allowance to introduce and guide others into Kriya Yoga and in 2016 he became a Kriya Acharya and can give initiation into Kriya Yoga.
He also have permission from Guruji Rajkumar Baswar to share tantric sadhanas.
Ann fell in love with Contact Improvisation in 2010, while she was studying contemporary dance/improvisation and composition in Oslo, Norway. After some years on and around the performing arts scene, her interest turned to yoga and tantra. Since 2015 she has studied with meditation teachers in Ireland, Greece and India, and been teaching in Yoga TTCs in India. At the same time Contact Improvisation has been an ongoing love story. The playfulness, honesty, connection with other dancers and the joy of movement is what brings her back to the dancefloor, again and again. Ann has been teaching and dancing CI in South America, India and Europe. It is the dance form that continues to stay close to her heart. Her base is in Norway, where she teaches movement and yoga, and fascilitate women's groups.
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