SPECIAL EVENTS+ Dance. Ceremony. Community. Reciprocity +
Family Circle Dance
3rd Sunday of the Month
3:30 – 5:30 pm
Looking for something different and fun to do with the kids or grandchildren? Join our Family Circle Dance. First hour will be dedicated to kid friendly dances suitable for all ages. Dances derive from many different cultures around the world. No experience necessary. All are welcome!
Exploring Our Roots in Community
April 26-28, 2019
Guided by Kayla Dauphine
Circle dance is rooted in community. Traditionally people gathered to dance at certain times of importance to the community. It brought people together, and through a deep sense of connection, it gave people purpose and a known place in the world. Maybe you couldn’t prevent certain things from happening in certain situations, but by dancing together in prescribed ways you could still contribute to the overall health of the community.
Whether we’re doing traditional dances or newly choreographed dances, do you think it is still important for us to understand this underlying purpose rooted in traditional dance? At this gathering we will explore through dance and discussion just how vital this deep sense of connection and community may be to our dance circles.
This gathering is designed to support both aspiring new circle dance teachers and experienced teachers.
Neskaya Dance Camp
July 20-24, 2019
It is with gratitude and joy that we invite you to the 8th Annual Neskaya Dance Camp. This camp continues to be an extension of Neskaya’s continued growth and cooperative healing with the world. In the spirit of generosity, compassion, communication and sharing, you are invited to spend 5 days (Sat evening – Wed morning) in dance, ceremony, community, and reciprocity. Our time together will be an experience of dance in which we offer our abundance to each other, the community at large and to the land.
Circle Dance Workshop
with Adrian Pointon & Cindy Kelly
November 1-3, 2019
Cindy and Adrian are well known and well loved dance teachers. Renowned for their enthusiasm and energy, they bring a sense of joy to the dance. They combine clear teaching styles with a sense of humor and have the ability to create a more reflective atmosphere in which they enable groups to explore the spiritual aspects of the dance. Cindy has been teaching Sacred Dance/Circle Dance since 1993 and Adrian has been teaching Circle Dance and Israel Folk Dance since 1995.
Community Singing Workshop with Stefan Freedman
April 23, 2020
Joining Hands 2 Conference
April 24- 26, 2020
Stefan Freedman Dance Workshop
April 27-28, 2020