Emptiness Dancing with Open Floor founder Andrea Juhan, Ph.D

An Open Floor Dance Weekend, March 4-6, 2016

Don’t you love when you feel yourself perfectly in the flow of life? When your decisions and actions feel spot on, and you feel in complete harmony with the Universe? Those times when you find yourself in a state of exquisite surrender to the spirit that dances us; those timeless moments when we disappear and all that’s left is Emptiness Dancing?

Often these moments feel like happy accidents, a flash of grace over which we have no control or choice. The purpose of this weekend is to practice being accident prone, to cultivate grace as an everyday possibility.

Open Floor Movement Practice uses universal principles of movement to anchor us in this vast space. Our bodies organically know about emptiness, and at the same time it can be quite a journey to arrive at this place willingly, even longingly. As in any journey there are skills to learn, habits to unlearn and a need for curiosity.

This course is an opportunity to say “Yes!” to this blessing, to welcome it in all our movements. To make emptiness a delicious habit we turn towards.

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Andrea Juhan, Ph.D.March 4-6, 2016
Auckland, New Zealand
Titirangi War Memorial Hall
500 Sth Titirangi Road
Titirangi, West Auckland

 

 

Andrea Juhan, Ph.D.

Hours:
Friday Mar 4 – 6:30-9:30pm
Saturday Mar 5 – 1-8pm
Sunday Mar 6 – 11am -5pm

Price: NZ$370
Early Bird Special: NZ $330 by February 1

Registration:
For easy online bookings click here >>

For further information:
Sacha Paddy on info@openfloor.co.nz
(+64) 021 046 7699

or Geordie on geordie@openfloor.org

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