Free introductory workshops 12 and 16 February 2019: Ganesha—the bestower of new beginnings and Rasa classical Indian dance.
Two new Indian dance courses offer students a meditative practice or the principles of the classical Indian tradition.
Padma Menon has over 30 years’ international experience as a dancer, choreographer, teacher and facilitator. She has performed in venues all over the world and created numerous original contemporary and traditional Indian dance productions for high profile festivals and venues internationally.
Padma lived and worked in Canberra in the 90s as artistic director of one of Australia’s first professional multicultural dance companies. She has been running Moving Archetypes dance contemplation courses for the last two years in Canberra.
There are free introductory workshops for both the Ganesha—the bestower of new beginnings course and the Rasa classical Indian dance classes on 12 and 16 February at Currie Crescent Community Centre in Kingston.
No previous experience of dance is necessary. For more information visit www.movingarchetypes.com.au or call Padma on 0447 643 646.
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