- History of the Circle Dances;
- Meanings and symbols;
- Musicalizing – Children’s Night;
- Suggested reading and films;
- Dance teaching didactics;
- Dance as way of Meditation – Meditative Night;
- Sharing experiences;
- Practice with the Gathering Art;
Support and didactic material included: Giraflor scarf, 1 set of 45 Gathering Art cards and All-Inclusive accommodation.
About the location: It is a catholic retreat house, run by catholic sisters, with a good structure that provides the participants comfort and simplicity at the same time. The rooms are single, and the meals are light, balanced and tasty.
About the daily routine during the workshop: After breakfast, we start dancing in the morning, stop for lunch, rest and resume dancing in mid-afternoon. Usually we close the day at 6 pm. After dinner, the nights are organized on a daily basis; films, circle chats, meditative night, dance theory, free night and free practice.
Public: Arts and Health professionals, Teachers of Dance, Theater, Music and Physical Education, Physiotherapists, Psychologists, Social Assistants and Music Therapists. And anyone else who feels attracted to experience the benefits of the Circle Dance.
Information on the investment: Please contact Giraflor at firstname.lastname@example.org
Phone & Whatsapp: +55 41 99283 6190.
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Conduction of the work: Adriana Bisconsin – Co-founder of Giraflor Danças Circulares, created in 2006. Music Therapist, Writer and Researcher of music applied to Circle Dances. Facilitator and Choreographer of Circle Dances since 2004. Circle Dance Training with Friedel Kloke-Eibl: Meditation Des Tanzes. Master in Neurolinguistics Programming. Teacher of Circle Dance workshops in several Brazilian States. Teacher of Circle Dances at Centro de Capacitação em Artes Guido Viaro in Paraná State, where she was a pioneer and rooted the Circle Dance legacy. Adriana conducts Circle Dances in the areas of Health, Education and Organic Circle Creations.