Paneurhythmy and the Equinox
Tuesday, March 13 2012 @ 06:33 PM EDT
Contributed by: Anonymous
PANEURHYTHMY, a circle dance from Bulgaria welcomes the equinox on Wednesday morning March 21st at 8:00am, weather permitting. Celebrate the spring at the at the Skating Rink parking lot at Living Memorial Park. Honor the earth and the cosmos as the dance progresses around a circle using simple movements that invoke personal healing and transformation. It is a healing for the individual, the community, all beings and the earth. This practice came from Bulgarian mystic Beinsa Douno, (Peter Dunov 1864 to 1944.) It is practiced outdoors in the morning and between the spring and fall equinox in order to maximize the benefits of the energies of earth and cosmos. The dance lasts about 50 minutes. The simple joy of doing this dance is right for anyone interested in opening the heart to love and wisdom, Now in it’s 17th year in Brattleboro, Paneurhythmy continues at 8:00 AM on Sundays and Wednesdays at Living Memorial Park until the fall equinox. It is taught by Rupa Cousins who has been teaching and leading Paneurhythmy for over 17 years. In addition to dancing twice weekly in Living Memorial Park, Brattleboro, she has taught the dance in Bosnia, Macedonia and Turkey as well around the United States, at Rowe Conference Center, and with her teacher Ernestina Staleva, at Omega Institute. Rupa is also a teacher of the Alexander Technique and Rubenfeld Synergist in East Dummerston. Contact Rupa at 387-5276, www.rupacousins.com.