SHAMANIC TRANCE DANCE WITH TERESA CAMPBELL
#110-1985 West Broadway, Vancouver, BC
CALLING ALL RHYTHM RIDERS, BEAT LOVERS AND SOUL REBELS!
Join Teresa Campbell and 2 phenomenal special guest drummers, Navaro Franco and Sacha Levin for a sweaty and sacred evening of dance, drumming and ceremony to celebrate this auspicious time of renewal and rebirth.
The longest and darkest night of the year also marks the rebirth of the sun and through shamanism and yoga we learn how to honour the magic and medicine of this potent and natural cycle.
SHAMANIC TRANCE DANCE IS A WILDLY TRANSFORMATIVE AND THERAPEUTIC MOVING MEDITATION THAT HEALS THE RELATIONSHIP WITH OURSELVES, OUR SPIRIT AND OUR WORLD.
Ancient and contemporary healing techniques from yoga and shamanism are explored intuitively through dance, play, sound and shaking.
Teresa passionately holds space for all to explore movement as medicine, sound as a fire starter and shapeshifting as a tool for thriving. The evening begins with shamanic ceremony and ends with a drum journey. This event is a combination of movement together with tribal connect and individual exploration and expression. You will be guided, celebrated and revered in how you express, release and rebirth!
Trance Dance To feel:
Alive and access precious insights
Mentally and physically refreshed
To stoke the fires of healing, creativity, play, passion
To learn how to let go and flow
Wildly inspired and super connected to tribe
Sweaty soul shaking
Ecstatic live drumming
Booty shaking beats
If you are stuck in any area of your life or if you are in pain, the invitation and my wish for you here is to take that stuck energy, take that pain and compost it into something beautiful! Like the earth breaks down decaying, useless matter and turns it into fuel for life and growth, take your shadows and darkness and let them inform you and use them to create life and beauty. In the Winter Solstice we find fecundity when we dance with the dark.
Bring a water bottle and towel. No mats necessary.
Open to all. This includes teens, adults pregnant mamas and even anyone with mild injuries.