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Ecstatic Dance UK – SUN•DAY
London’s first and only Sunday morning Ecstatic Dance! Come and join us for our fourth edition with our first international guest DJ Yarun Dee from Amsterdam.
Guest DJ: Yarun Dee
As a resident DJ in Amsterdam, Yarun Dee plays at most Ecstatic Dances and conscious festivals throughout the Netherlands and Europe. The music he plays is inspired by tribal shamanic sounds from around the world and has a large spectrum of other influences. The feeling on the dance floor is spacious and grounding, subtle and compelling melodies, strong and earthy beats. Rhythms that make your body want to dance, your mind to become silent and your spirit to expand. His dance journeys often follow a deep flow with some unexpected twists and turns. Curious?
What is ecstatic dance?
ED is a type of free-form dancing inviting people to connect to themselves and to others through music and movement. It takes places over a 2-hour live DJ set and starts and finishes with a short opening and closing circle led by a Ceremony Leader.
There are no teacher or rules, but we ask you to follow a few guidelines:
1. No talking. ED is a silent practice -you are welcome to communicate with others with your body language, but please keep words outside the space.
2. No shoes. Barefoot dancing helps us ground ourselves by creating direct contact between our feet and the floor. ED is best practiced barefoot but you can also wear socks if you wish to.
3. No drugs/alcohol. ED is a conscious practice embracing mindfulness.
4. Phone-free zone. Please keep your phones off/silent and out of sight.
5. Respect of self and other. We ask participants to take responsability for themselves, but also to watch out for others and be mindful of their personal space.
Ecstatic Dance UK – SUN•DAY will be held at The Old Baths Sunday 3rd February 2019.
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