Certified Bundaberg yoga instructor David Chauncy has used his ardour in connecting thoughts and physique to develop workshops centered on the motion of dance.
The native man will provide ecstatic dance workshops in Elliott Heads from the top of October and stated the type of dance allowed contributors to freely categorical their feelings by way of motion.
David stated ecstatic dance had clear boundaries to guard private area and was an alcohol and drug-free program.
“Ecstatic dance was made widespread by American lady Gabrielle Roth who began 5Rhythms Dance,” he stated.
“There are not any choreographed steps to be adopted, it’s utterly free type.
“The smallest motion may be as profound as the largest motion, there is no such thing as a must push, no want to carry again, every little thing is welcome. “
David stated he had been training ecstatic dance since 2017 and had not too long ago turn into an accredited instructor.
“The factor I discovered in dance was a connection again to rhythm,” he stated.
“By way of this connection I reacquainted myself with David as a younger boy when he misplaced his connection along with his coronary heart and that beat.
“By way of dance I’ve skilled moments of overwhelming happiness, pleasure and pleasure – collectively referred to as ecstasy.”
David stated not solely did ecstatic dance discover emotion, it additionally advised a narrative, like most facets of motion.
“Motion is a type of communication, the primary,” he stated.
“Somebody walks right into a room and earlier than a phrase is spoken their motion will painting temper, confidence, state of being.
“It’s onerous to pretend motion, it’s in our delicate physique.”
David will host his first ecstatic dance workshop on the Elliott Heads Corridor on October 24.
To search out out extra or to register for the occasion name David on 0402 262 202, on Fb right here or e-mail [email protected]
The place: Elliott Heads Corridor
When: Sunday, October 24, 10am to 11.30am
Value: $15 ($10 concession)
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