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by June Watts

Download Circle Dancing: Celebrating the Sacred in Dance eBook
ISBN:
0954723082
Author:
June Watts
Category:
Performing Arts
Language:
English
Publisher:
Green Magic (August 7, 2006)
Pages:
172 pages
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One person found this helpful. My name is Jean MacKenzie, and I am a trained Sacred Circle Dancer. Her book is a remarkable compendium of history, culture, and technique.

Sacred/Circle Dancing - June Watts. Sacred/Circle Dance international teacher and choreographer since 1983. See actions taken by the people who manage and post content. Page created – 22 February 2017.

Sacred dance is the use of dance in religious ceremonies and rituals, present in most religions throughout history and prehistory. Its connection with the human body and fertility has caused it to be forbidden by some religions; for example, its acceptability in Christianity has varied widely. Dance has formed a major element of worship in Hindu temples, with strictly formalized styles such as bharatanatyam, which require skilled dancers and temple musicians.

June Watts is a leading figure in The Sacred Circle Dance movement. Here she describes every aspect of this growing movement, the people, the places, the dances, the music. June Watts is a leading figure in The Sacred Circle Dance movement. All over the world people are awakening to the Sacred Power of dance. Here she describes every aspect of this growing movement, the people, the places, the dances, the music

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The dance is danced traditionally in a circle, but when a lot of people take part in the dance they usually let it swing around in various .

The dance is danced traditionally in a circle, but when a lot of people take part in the dance they usually let it swing around in various wobbles within the circle. The dance in itself only consists in holding each other's hands, while the dancers form a circle, dancing two steps to the left and one to the right without crossing the legs. When more and more dancers join the dance ring, the circle starts to bend and forms a new one within itself. Bernhard Wosien, The Dancers Journey, translated from the German by Katharina Kroeber.

Read what Sacred Circle Dance is about. Thank you June for 'holding the sacred space' with so much love and joy. This is my first Circle Dancing workshop and it has been a joyous and deep experience. Find out about workshops/courses, books, dances and flyers. I truly felt as though we were being initiated into a sacred line of dancers going back to the roots, to our earliers ancestors as they danced to honour life and the world around them. I send you from my heart my love and respect and happiness to have been dancing with you. You are not just a wonderful woman and human beeing also a natural force that's beyond time

Grapevine, the quarterly journal of the sacred/circle dance network, Circle Dance Friends Company Ltd. ISSN 1752-4660.

Grapevine, the quarterly journal of the sacred/circle dance network, Circle Dance Friends Company Ltd. The Dancing Circle, volumes 1-4, compiled by Judy King, Sarsen Press, Winchester, England. Dancing on Water, by Marion Violets Gibson, printed in Wales (2006) ISBN 05285-79-4. The Sevenfold Circle: self awareness in dance by Lynn Frances and Richard Bryant-Jefferies, Findhorn Press (1998) ISBN 1-899171-37-1

June Watts is a leading figure in The Sacred Circle Dance movement. Here she describes every aspect of this growing movement, the people, the places, the dances, the music. All over the world people are awakening to the Sacred Power of dance. This is the first book to explore the link between the modern Sacred Dance movement and its historic heritage going back to the stone age.
  • Ice_One_Guys
June Watts is one of the pioneers in the world of circle dancing (folk dancing in a circle, with a certain attitude), and it is truly delightful to have her thoughts, opinions, and stories in this very accessible form.
  • Broadcaster
My name is Jean MacKenzie, and I am a trained Sacred Circle Dancer. Her book is a remarkable compendium of history, culture, and technique.