Dance at Dusk

To celebrate Earth Day (that is observed all over the world on 22nd April), PNLIT is happy to host an event called Dance at Dusk in association with the Snehadhara Foundation. The programme is being held on a Saturday to enable adults to participate along with their children. 

Date: 26th April 2014 (Saturday)
Time: 5:00 p.m. to 6:30 p.m.
Place: Puttenahalli Lake, at the gazebo
 


 

What is Dance at Dusk? Here’s a brief note on the event from Snehadhara:

Dance at Dusk
We at Snehadhara believe that movements have inner meanings and purposes along with their outer expressive and communicative qualities. Synchronizing this mind-body relation is essential for healing and growth. To build this synchrony, it becomes necessary that we hone a body that is awake- a sensing, emoting and thinking body.
Presenting ‘Dance at Dusk’, an evening of dance and movements, that explores the innate interdependence, rhythm and interconnection that exist within us through the metaphors of nature.
The session will involve a community dance with adults and children and will explore synchrony, expression, rhythm and cohesion.
 
Discover the rhythm in you. Revive yourself. Revive the Environment. 
Please register by 4.45 p.m. Suitable for all ages. Carry a drinking water bottle to combat the heat. Entry is free. Donations are welcome. 

 

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