We believe African dancing includes everything that a human being needs to stay healthy today on the physical, mental and spiritual level. We will draw from
other technics used in Yoga and Nia in preparation for the dance with live drumming.
In our classes, we teach the basics of West African dance technique as well as its cultural and social significance. Using live drumming, participants will practice characteristic movements used in African dance.
Drumming clarifies the connection between various rhythms and dances.
The class will learn to appreciate the relationship between music and dance in the various cultures and countries involved, as well as the similarities between
these dance traditions. In West African practice, for example, a great deal of communication is expressed through group dancing.
“Bringing joy and empowerment to the community through West African dance music and song is one of our major goals”!
Children and all experience levels are welcome!
What to bring:
Water to drink
“With one person, it`s hard to see very far.
Two people, you can see a bit more.
But if you have a whole group of people around,
really caring…it helps you fulfill your purpose”.
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