Souldish NYC: June 20-29
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======Saturday, June 21======
Reality Sandwich and Jivamukti Yoga Present
SOULSTICE: An Evolver Salon
Celebrate the sunniest day of the year with a jubilant night of music, ideas, art, and alchemy, hosted by Reality Sandwich and Jivamukti Yoga School. Featuring eleven workshops from diverse groups across the city, music, and a paradigm-shifting panel discussion.
The Secret Language of Asanas: The Return of the Fairy Queen & Goddess Danu with Jivamukti’s Purnima (Krishna Room)
The Cajon - A Percussion Workshop with Johnny (Holes) Treanor (Ganesh Room)
Wild Soulstice Journey Dance with Trinity of the Dancing Path (Ganesh Room)
The Nature of Reality - Where Are We? with New Realities Alan Steinfeld (Krishna Room)
Rebalancing the Creative Spirit with Souldish & EFT Personal Training (Goddess Room)
All the Plants in the Entheogenic Universe with Nat Bletter (Krishna Room)
“Havdalah” - Trance After Sabbath with Kehilat Romemu (Ganesh Room)
Soulstice Meditation with Jivamukti’s Carlos Ganesh-das (Goddess Room)
Shamanic Soulstice Alchemy with the NY Shamanic Circle (Ganesh Room)
Angels & Angles - Making Geometry Sacred with Basem Hassan (Goddess Room)
Journey Into a Sustainable Future with Biotour (Krishna Room)
10pm: Payer & Music by Rene Collins
Panel: “Healing Ourselves to Heal the World”
How do we bring awareness gained through spiritual discipline back into the gritty realities of political struggle and the fight against global inequity of wealth and resources? Do we simply make “the present moment… the focal point of [our] life,” as Eckhart Tolle suggests in order to bring about “a New Earth,” or does it take hard work, action, and visionary invention to enact mass change? Featuring Rabbi David Ingber of Kehilat Romemu, Ethan Nichtern of The ID Project and author of “One City: A Declaration of Interdependence,” Derek Beres of GlobeSonic and author of “Sound Against Flame: The Process of Yoga & Atheism in America,” Yoga Instructor and Selfcentered’s NY Representative Tammy Lynne.
Saturday, June 21
Doors 5:45pm, Workshops start at 6pm. Event goes until Midnight.
Jivamukti Yoga School
$20 adv/$25 door
(Click “To Register Online for Events” in pink text at top left corner.)
See you at FIGMENT on June 27-29.
Look for Reality Sandwich at Figment. About Figment: FIGMENT is an annual participatory arts event on Governors Island in New York Harbor. The mission of FIGMENT is to provide a forum for community-based participatory art and experience. FIGMENT strives to build community among artists and participants, to foster the participatory arts in New York City, and to demonstrate a vision for the future of Governors Island as an international arts destination. FIGMENT was launched on July 8, 2007 as a one-day cultural event serving 2,500 participants. In 2008, it will be a three-day event from June 27–29 that will accommodate approximately 10,000 participants. About Participatory Art: We believe that participatory art, because of its interactive and immersive nature, can be a vehicle for personal and social transformation. Participatory arts include any works of art that require the interaction or engagement of participants, which bring together artists and community members in ways that build relationships and unlock individual creativity. Participatory art can be seen as a bridge that fills the gap between the artist or artwork and the viewer, which further enables art to function more as dialogue rather than monologue. Art projects for FIGMENT will go through a curatorial process, based on artistic merit, ambitiousness, and interactivity. About Commodification & Gifting: Our community seeks to create social environments that are unmediated by commercial sponsorships, transactions, or advertising. FIGMENT is devoted to acts of gift giving and volunteering—in fact, FIGMENT is entirely run by volunteers, with no one on staff receiving any monetary compensation. The value of a gift is unconditional and does not expect a return or an exchange for something of equal value. This is why FIGMENT does not allow vending, busking, passing the hat, or tip jars. We encourage our participants to find other, non-monetary ways of showing their appreciation.
Ferry departs from Manhattan every hour
Pan-cultural Worldbeat Mashup
Reality Sandwich’s Kelly Heresy Hanlin has put together a wonderful Wednesday event for us each week. Come Together pan-cultural worldbeat mashup Every weds. at Mehanata Bulgarian Bar (Downstairs) Live Music Worldbeat Dance Party w/ DJ Stylus. Live performance on June 11th by. 8pm Tchaka (Haitian/Zimbabwean) myspace. com/negtiginen. 9pm Next Tribe (worldbeat jam rock) myspace. com/nexttribe. Apocryphon Productions.
(7p, $5 before 11p, $10 after)
Mehanata Bulgarian Bar
113 Ludlow btw. Rivington and Delancey
kelly.heresy at gmail dot com
=====Thursday, June 19th=====
Celebrate Brooklyn & JVC Jazz Festival present
Medeski Martin & Wood / Marc Ribot’s Ceramic Dog / Taylor Mcferrin & The Cell Theory A night of pyrotechnic grooves featuring MMW’s “freaky funk, free interludes, amazing group chemistry and chops that slacken the jaw,” (Mojo) the free / punk / funk / experimental / psychedelic of “idiosyncratic and mesmerizing” (Village Voice) guitar titan MARC RIBOT’s new three-piece Ceramic Dog, and the neo hip-hop of musician, producer, beatboxer and Brooklynite TAYLOR McFERRIN and his band The Cell Theory.
Prospect Park Bandshell
The entrance to the Prospect Park Bandshell is located at Prospect Park West & 9th Street in Park Slope, Brooklyn.
Meditation is not what you think: A Weekly Class with Tammy Lynne
Get what you want out of a sitting meditation practice: Regardless of your experience with meditation, this class is for you. It is designed to put a fresh new spin on meditation and debunk any misconceptions around it. You can deepen your practice [OR start one. Under the guidance of the lovely Tammy Lynne, you will understand and experience:
* Practical Meditation & Breath Styles (you can do these anywhere)
* Deeper connection to self, others & the world around you
* How to stay centered amidst the chaos
* True Relaxation & Silence ~ come de-stress in a safe environment
* Freedom to be your authentic self
(7:30-8:30 pm, $17 [or class card])
East West Living
78 5th Ave.
=====Friday, June 20th=====
Entheogeneration: Sacred Potions, Art, Altered States and the Divine with Alex Grey at the Open Center
Entheogeneration: Sacred Potions, Art, Altered States, and the Divine A human urge to achieve altered states of consciousness through the ingestion of sacramental, mind-expanding substances is as old as history itself, from the cradles of Eastern and Western civilizations to contemporary trance and neo-shamanic subcultures. Through plant medicines and chemical epiphanies the drive to risk hell to experience heaven has been unfolding into a modern day spiritual movement. In this presentation, one of the most beloved, inspiring and accomplished American visionary artists of our era, Alex Grey, will trace these generations of God seekers, offering us extraordinary visual illustrations of their inner journeys, including glimpses of his own art and of other exponents of this emerging visionary culture.
NYC Open Center
83 Spring St
=====Also on Friday=====
Telling Stories to Change the World: Book Release Party - NYC
Telling Stories to Change the World is a powerful collection of essays about community-based and interest-based projects where storytelling is used as a strategy for speaking out for justice. Contributors from across the globe? Including Uganda, Darfur, China, Afghanistan, South Africa, New Orleans, and Chicago?describe grassroots projects in which communities use storytelling as a way of exploring what a more just society might look like and what civic engagement means. Together, these projects demonstrate the contemporary power of stories to stimulate engagement, active citizenship, the pride of identity, and the humility of human connectedness. We’ll be signing copies of the book and many of our contributors will speak about their projects giving updates on their work.
The Brecht Forum
451 W. St. (on the corner of Bank St.)
=====Also on Friday=====
Reading: Seven Direx “That Taste Again”
A foray into a world of erotic hypnosis, gender transformation, and lust, “That Taste Again” follows Jonathan Direx in explorations of the boundaries of identity. On the phone, on the web, and in person, distinctions between friend and lover, gay and straight, and real and unreal disintegrate in this literary smut about a cyber-libertine. Seven Direx is reading to you, or perhaps Seven Direx is telling your story.
172 Allen St. btwn Stanton and Rivington :: 212.777.6028
=====Also on Friday=====
Self-Defense for Women With Master Mark Thomas
Whether or not we wish to admit it, we live in a world that at times can be dangerous. There are individuals who try to prey on those they mistakenly believe to be weaker or easy targets. In this workshop, gain focus and clarity that can be carried with you throughout daily life. Learn the tools to increase your ability to read a situation and summon your inner warrior should the need arise. Using practical and instinctive techniques from the ancient art of Pa Kua, you will not only learn how to harness and fine tune your inner strength, you will also learn how to stop an attacker in their tracks.
(7:45p – 9:30p, $20)
In the Yoga Studio,
East West Living
78 5th Ave at 14th St.
=====Saturday, June 21st=====
Gemini & Scorpio’s “Swing House”
A dazzling vintage dance monthly: “Gatsby-era fun with a twist of new-school vibe” (Village Voice)
A full-club all-night 1920s speakeasy, with live swingin’ hot jazz dance sounds by three authentic New-Orleans-tinged bands, re-bopin’ DJs remixing and reinventing vintage grooves, awesome aerial artistry, dazzling dance numbers, blazing burlesque and performance art to make you swoon. Plus: projections, stilt walkers, fire performers, oh my. The Jazz Age never ended, it just got funky. Dress accordingly! Bands: dixieland wonderboys Red Hook Ramblers, rumbling-raunch-jazz stealth masters Stumblebum Brass Band, and special guest directly from New Orleans, torch singer Linnzi Zaorskii. Burlesque: The Peach Tartes, NYC’s juiciest troupe. DJs: special guests from London, as seen in UK Vogue: The Broken Hearts, plus Miss Bliss, Paolo Lanna and resident DJ Dhundee. Sat, June 21, after the Mermaid Parade (mermaids welcome!)
(8:30p dance class, 9p-4a party; $10 with RSVP + themed dress, $15 door; 21+)
Galapagos Art Space,
70 N 6th St,
Special offer for Souldish readers: RSVP with code SOUL and bring a friend for FREE
=====Also on Saturday=====
The Mermaid Parade
A completely original creation of Coney Island USA, the Mermaid Parade is the nation’s largest art parade and one of New York City’s greatest summer events. The parade is proud to have some incredible sponsors. Click here for answers to common questions. Founded in 1983 by Coney Island USA, the not-for-profit arts organization that also produces the Coney island Circus Sideshow, the Mermaid Parade pays homage to Coney Island’s forgotten Mardi Gras which lasted from 1903 to 1954, and draws from a host of other sources resulting in a wonderful and wacky event that is unique to Coney Island. Mermaid ParadeThe Mermaid Parade celebrates the sand, the sea, the salt air and the beginning of summer, as well as the history and mythology of Coney Island, Coney Island pride, and artistic self-expression. The Parade is characterized by participants dressed in hand-made costumes as Mermaids, Neptunes, various sea creatures, the occasional wandering lighthouse, Coney Island post card or amusement ride, as well as antique cars, marching bands, drill teams, and the odd yacht pulled on flatbed. Each year, a different celebrity King Neptune and Queen Mermaid rule over the proceedings, riding in the Parade and assisting in the opening of the Ocean for the summer swimming season by marching down the Beach from the Boardwalk, cutting through Ribbons representing the seasons, and tossing fruit into the Atlantic to appease the Sea Gods. In the past, David Byrne, Queen Latifah, Ron Kuby, Curtis Sliwa, Moby, and David Johansen have graced our shores, presiding over the assembled masses. The Parade is followed by the Mermaid Parade Ball, a post-parade gathering where costumed parade participants can get together with each other and parade spectators to listen to live music, purchase raffle tickets, and watch burlesque and sideshow acts performed by some of New York City’s hottest burlesque stars.
=====Also on Saturday=====
Third Annual Urb Alt Festival Shines inSun Ra Celebration of First Day of Summer
V. Jeffrey Smith, Tay Zonday, Melvin Gibbs, MuthaWit and eclectic artists perform 14 Hours of Alternative Music Over 3 Days at Harlem Stage Gatehouse and BAMcafe
New York, NY (May 29, 2008) - The third annual URB ALT Festival brings the bleeding edge of multi-cultural music/film artists to New York City’s Harlem Stage Gatehouse and BAMcafe. On the first day of summer June 21st in conjunction with the city-wide Make Music NY, the three day URB ALT Festival launches from the Harlem Stage Gatehouse terrace with a 7 hour outdoor concert event. The festival, hosted by co-founder Shena Verrett, celebrates the legacy of Sun Ra as fused through the musical and visual creativity of internationally recognized and underground artists. Events are free with a $10 suggested donation for adults going towards registration for URB ALT gift raffles and voter registration initiatives through Rock the Vote. For more information contact Michelle at 917.328.0367 or firstname.lastname@example.org The opening day at the Harlem Stage Gatehouse features the avant-garde bass mastery of Melvin Gibbs(Rollins Band, Harriet Tubman); the soulful alternative hip hop/funk of Atlantan, Stacy Epps; the “Chocolate Rain” afforded musical ubiquity of Tay Zonday; the cosmic jazz vocal stylings of Los Angelino, Waberi Jordan; the soul laced protorock melodicism of Tenderhead; the electronica infused funk/rock of OMG; the funky blues rock of Devi; the folk/soul of honey voiced crooner Kendal; the Latin rock/punk experimentalism of Millsted; and the futuristic big band exploratory missions of the MuthaWit Orchestra(URB ALT Festival house band). Artists will be performing their original material as well as a composition from Sun Ra’s songbook. URB ALT founder Boston Fielder, says “Sun Ra is a beacon for creators of all mediums who want to explore the connection between the spirit, entertainment and commerce. The Sun Ra Arkestra was/is a functioning politico-economic-social system that I was exposed to early in life as my cousin was a mainstay drummer for the group. It’s an honor to present some of Sun Ra’s compositions to our audience.” June 27th and 28th finds the URB ALT Festival crossing the river into Brooklyn where the events dock at the popular BAMcafe. These two special nights of the URB ALT Festival close out the BAMcafe Live season by featuring the soul/rock gypsy sound of Brig Feltus with members of Pillow Theory; the polyphonic harp virtuosity of Brandee Younger(Ravi Coltrane); the LES reggae/rock/soul power of Faith; the rock/soul/pop songcraft mastery of V. Jeffrey Smith(Family Stand); the punk/pop/rock runway histrionics of Tenderhead; and a special collaboration between the MuthaWit Orchestra and two very special guests. Both nights will feature the computer generated? projections of Italy based visual artist Roy Lagrone, The Matrix film series animation director Lyndon Barrois and “Harbinger” feature film director Tim Fielder.
June 21, 2008 noon-7pm:
The Harlem Stage Gatehouse Terrace, Hosted by Shena Verrett of Girls On…Productions, Stacy Epps, Melvin Gibbs, M, MuthaWit Orchestra, Tay Zonday, Tenderhead, Millsted, Kendal, Pierre Fignole, The Nocturnes, Devi, Oh My Goodness
June 27, 8pm-11pm: BAMcafe
Hosted by Shena Verrett of Girls On…Productions; Brandee Younger, harpist for Ravi Coltrane; Faith; Brig Feltus with members of Pillow Theory; MuthaWit Orchestra with special guests
June 28 8pm-11pm: BAMcafe
Hosted by Shena Verrett of Girls On…Productions. V. Jeffrey Smith of the Family Stand. Tenderhead. MuthaWit Orchestra with special guests. Raffle tickets for Apple Computer products, a Daisy Rock Guitar, Airline gift certificates and more prizes included with the $10 donation. Various raffle winners will be announced and awarded during the course of eachevent. Food and retail vendor space for June 21st outdoor event is available by contacting Michelle at 917-328-0367 or email@example.com. Space is limited.
(12 noon - 7p, Free or $10 suggested donation)
Saturday June 21, Noon-7pm:
Harlem Stage Gatehouse
150 Convent Avenue
at West 135th Street
Friday June 27, 8pm and Saturday June 28, 8pm:
Peter Jay Sharp Building
30 Lafayette Avenue / Brklyn,
The “Solstice Festival”
The Solstice Festival is being produced by Avatar presents which has
a history of many New York area presentations including the likes of
Carlos Santana, Shakti with John McLaughlin & Zakir Hussain,
Mahavishnu Orchestra, James Taylor, Jean Luc Ponty, Larry Coryell,
Alice Coltrane & Pete Seeger. This event promises to be a memorable
evening of soul stirring music invoking the “magical” spirit &
power of the sacred Solstice hour, and featuring several new &
truly “rising stars” of the highest caliber from the world of Music,
Dance & Yoga. “Join us on a journey to re-discover & awaken the
radiant light within on one of the most powerful & significant days
of the year” says Kristin, a former student at Juilliard School of
Music who has transformed herself into a prolific singer / songwriter.
She has toured or recorded with musicians as diverse as The Wallflowers
(Jakob Dylan), Brandi Carlisle, Richie Havens, Tina Dico, Howie Day,
Tony Levin and others. In the tradition of some of the most creative
female singers of our time, Kristin’s latest creation SOLAUM “Songs of
Light” is self produced by her own indie label, Starr Records, &
will be co-distributed by AvatarPresents.com. Very different from
Kristin’s “mainstream” deeply passionate love songs in the folk / pop
music tradition, these new chant-like songs are “toning & healing”
pieces with sounds & lyrics meant to open and inspire the
audience’s spiritual heart to a higher consciousness. A recent review
of Kristin’s performance states “Angelic spirit Innocent grace a
constant aura on and off stage - the best new voice I’ve heard in
years.” (Greg Lewis - On the Marquis in MA) In Concert with Kristin
will be PREMIK RUSSELL TUBBS a multi-instrumentalist who recently
performed at Carnegie Hall in Stings’ “Rainforest” Concert, and has
worked with everyone from Carlos Santana, Whitney Houston, Herbie
Hancock, John McLaughlin to Ravi Shankar. Also joining Kristin on
several songs will be the amazingly talented dancer, CHARLY WENZEL from
the famed NYC based NAGANUMA DANCE company. 7:30 p Yogasong - Asanas,
Healing Chants & Meditation featuring singer/songwriter. Kristan
Hoffmann and yogini Jamie Leigh Chan. 9:00p Concert - Performance of
Solaum “Songs of Light” featuring Kristin Hoffmann, Premik Russell
Tubbs, dancer Charly Wenzel, Colin Garland of the Global Classroom
& other surprise
($20, 7:30p yogasong, and 9p concert)
Judson Memorial church Hall
55 Washington Sq. South
(btw Thompson & Sullivan)
AvatarPresents@gmail.com; (914) 260-6200
=====Wednesday, June 25th=====
Mystical Latin Reggae Afro Funk with Heart Songs
7pm: Screening of Film. 9pm: Live Musical Performance. 9pm Live Music By Fantuzzi & the LovaLution http://www.fantuzzimusic.com. Dj’s: Profeta Spiro UNDAKOVA Cato aka Congri. Live Art By: www.trustyourstruggle.com. Fire Dance by: Marisa aka Alien Ambassador. 7pm special screening of: INVENTOS HIP HOP CUBANO A film by Eli Jacobs-Fantauzzi and Kahill Jacobs-Fantuzzi. Just as Hip Hop in the U.S. began as a form of creative self expression bringing awareness to oppressive social conditions, Cuban Hip Hop demonstrates the innovative and indestructible spirit born from a people suppressed by the U.S. embargo on Cuba. Inventos serves as a reminder of the political consciousness through which this music was created. http://www.hellamad.com. In an era of cultural diversity, Fantuzzi is a musician of these times. His Afro-Caribbean roots and his extensive travel experiences emerge into a dramatic stage performance blending a wide variety of musical styles from Reggae, Latin rock and African-Caribbean chants, songs and dances. He has an extraordinary power to involve his audience in singing, dancing and celebrating. Fantuzzi is currently in the process of completing his most exciting project to date, his new CD ³Tribal Revival². He has independently released four albums. ³Warriors of the Rainbow,² ³Peace on Earth², ³Fantuzzi Live at the China Club, L.A.² and ³One Earth One People,² recorded in Jamaica, featuring ³Third World² and many of Jamaica¹s finest musicians. He has performed throughout the past 20 years on every continent; including special events at Woodstock, Carnegie Hall, the United Nations, Rio De Janeiro Earth Summit, Los Angeles and Oakland Coliseum and many more. Fantuzzi¹s music is an instrument for the transformation that is happening today, it is an expression of Joy.
=====Also on Wednesday=====
An Evening With…Liz Phair - performing songs from Exile In Guyville
Hiro Ballroom, 21+
363 West 16th St.; 212-242-4300
=====Also on Wednesday=====
Solei Costa’s Tarot Workshop
This workshop is to provide you with the keys to opening the doors
to your subconscious mind, creating an opening to get in touch with
your inner self. There are four sessions.
Meta Center New York,
214 W 29th St., 16th Flr.
Solei Costa 917 502 5793 firstname.lastname@example.org
=====Friday, June 27th=====
Ubaka is my favorite drum teacher and is one of the planet’s most sought-after teachers of hand drumming, Come join her for a fun and empowering exploration of the art and spirit of drumming that will help foster our ability and authentic self-expression. We will learn complete drum songs rooted in various cultural and contemporary rhythmic styles and patterns, and focus on developing and improving our playing techniques, tonal definition, clarity and rhythmic ability. Come widen your vocabulary of rhythm, pulse, time and tone, and learn about correct breathing, playing posture, concentration, warm-up exercises, drum etiquette, acquiring a drum, care of your hands, drum maintenance and tuning. Experience the wonderfully unifying, energizing and revitalizing effects of individual and group/ensemble playing, improvising and singing. Note: This workshop, geared to beginner and intermediate levels, is open to men and women. All and drums and percussion instruments welcome. Please bring a tape recorder and blank tapes.
(7p–10p, Members: $40 / Nonmembers: $45)
NYC Open Center
83 Spring St # 1; (212) 219-9635
Sacred Geometry Workshop at CoSM
This is going to be amazing. With Scott Olsen, Ph.D., C. Lance Harding, Ph.D., Alex Grey, and Zachariah Gregory. 1. Olsen: Plato’s occult philosophic doctrine & the golden geometric key to the mysteries, expressed throughout nature and aesthetics via the Golden Section, Fibonacci & Lucas numbers, ?2, ?3 and ?5. Illustrated through visual images, geometric constructions, drawings and measurements of participants. 2. Harding: The Canon of Human Proportion, including the ancient Egyptian, Greek, Vitruvian, and Desiderian canons, with reference to Hindu temple measure, Le Corbusier’s Modulor, and Schwaller de Lubicz’s Temple of Man. 3. Grey: Transformative and practical applications of this universal aesthetics through integrated drawings of the human figure, Kabbalistic Tree of Life and the Divine All-Seeing Eye. 4. Gregory: Practical constructions involving squaring the circle, making a golden compass and creating full-body figures of participants which illustrate their universal, yet uniquely expressed ratios and proportions. Materials: good compass, straight-edge, pencils (regular & colored) or pens, eraser, sharpener, tape, scissors, sketch-pad (medium to large), tracing paper. Other materials will be provided. Scott Olsen * Professor of Philosophy and author of the award winning, The Golden Section: Nature’s Greatest Secret, Scott first received international acclaim by successfully decoding the geometric mysteries of Plato. A student of physicist David Bohm, religion guru Huston Smith, artist/ author John Michell, and esotericist Douglas Baker, Scott teaches and writes on ancient wisdom, comparative religion and transformative states of consciousness. He will present The Mystery of the Divine Proportion at the NY Open Center’s Mysteries and Philosophy of Antiquity in Samothrace, Greece this September. C. Lance Harding * Lance did his dissertation under Keith Critchlow at the Prince of Wales School of Traditional Arts. A world authority on ancient systems of proportion, his dissertation is titled: The Geometric Origin of the Ancient Greek Canon of Human Proportions: a Study of the Desiderian Canon. Alex Grey * Inspirational artist and teacher, Alex is co-founder with his wife Allyson of CoSM. Ken Wilber states that he “might be the most significant artist alive.” And Scott Olsen maintains “he is our William Blake of the 21st century and may well become the world’s greatest visionary artist ever!” Zachariah Gregory * One of CoSM’s own, Zach is a highly energetic and broadly skilled artist, whose exquisite illustrations helped Olsen’s Golden Section win 1st place for design at the 2007 NY Book Show. *Note: all four presenters have trained under Keith Critchlow and his Kairos school of sacred geometry.
Saturday, June 28, Noon – 6p, Cosmosis
Sunday, June 29, 1pm – 6p, CoSM
$60 per day for members (please pay by phone)
$150 for non-members
(Noon -6 Sat. & 1 - 6 Sun., $150 - $120)
Chapel of Sacred Mirrors
542 W 27th St (btwn 10th & 11th)
Heart & Soul Journey Dance & Beach Celebration with/Trinity Boogie at the Beach
Journey Dance- 11:15-12:30 after beach party. 1pm till…Dance your heart out and celebrate at the beach with a beautiful community of conscious minded people. First we gather and dance at the beautiful JCC in Long Beach, Long Island where Trinity’s contagious enthusiasm will guide us on a journey of dancing our full-out passion, power, love, creativity and bliss, without inhibition. Powerful, non-choreographed, self-expressive dance rituals will guide you to let go, and follow your flow! After the dance we will walk 2 blocks to the beach and celebrate as a community- swimming, playing beach volleyball, boogie boarding etc. No dance experience necessary. Come with friends or come alone and leave with new friends! Presented by Trinity of the Dancing Path and Radiant Life Holistic Center. $15 advance registration Before June 24 $20 after June 24(11:15 am all day, $15 adv, $20 after 6/24)
Located at the JCC of Long Beach, Long Island
310 National Blvd. Long Beach, NY 11561
Via Train: Catch the 10:03 Long Beach train out of Penn Station
Registration & directions- (516) 889-4280