“Live wave” in Dublin – 15.08.2015

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“Live wave” is an authentic dance meditation practice, originated in Bulgaria and now available in Dublin for the first time. It consists of two “waves” and each wave contains 7 different rhythms, according to the main chakra system in the body. “Live wave” is a free dance practice, each rhythm focuses on specific part of the body, but at the same time each of the participants creates his or her own unique dance.

The focus of “Live wave” is to look inside, to feel the dance in your body and to connect with your body and feelings in a better way. Many of us read many self-development books, but very often, the new information and insights stay only on the mind level. “Live wave” can help us bring this knowledge and awareness into the body, that is why in each dance session we have a specific topic to work on.

Our current topic is: Take care of yourself

Date: 15/08/2015

Time: 18:00 – 19:30

Place: Harvest Moon Centre, 24 Lower Baggot Street, Dublin 2

Price: 15 euro

Tips: You need clothes, in which you feel comfortable to dance. It is advisable to dance barefoot. It is good to have a bottle of water with you. The practice is suitable for all ages, as well as for pregnant women. Children older than 10 years can also attend the practice and benefit from it. The price for them is 12 euro.

About the teacher: Emiliya Tsaneva is a yoga teacher and psychologist, who started teaching “Live wave” in 2013. She studied directly from the creator of “Live wave” Vesela Angelova, in Sofia, Bulgaria.

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