Dance Temple - with Sue Andersen (5Rhythms) & Annaki Kissas (The 360 Emergence) - 17 December
Dance Temple - with Sue Andersen (5Rhythms) & Annaki Kissas
We are going to mix it up for our last Dance Temple of the year. I am delighted to be collaborating with Annaki Kissas at Dance Temple Newtown to get you moving, grooving and transforming.
You've probably danced with Annaki over the years on various 5Rhythms dance floors, or gone to her shows at Gurlesque or other queer clubs in the past.
We're excited to be bringing you two sets or waves with the intention of bridging ground and spirit, grit and grace, moving you from ordinary to extraordinary, individuality to the collective. We both share a love of music, movement and creating unique spaces which bridge the inner and outer landscapes and bring you a sense of freedom.
No dance experience necessary, no fancy steps to learn – just you and your unique dance and a connected community.
Temple on the Park, 158 Australia Street, Newtown
When / time: Sunday 17 Time 4pm-6pm
Cost $25 + BF
By booking for this class you agree to taking full responsibility for your care and will extend this care to the community at the class. Please do not attend if you feel unwell in any way or have been in close contact with someone with Covid.
If it is booked out please go to the waitlist and register - there are always cancellations.
Annaki Kissas- aka Sex Intents is the co founder /producer /host and performance artist of Gurlesque. Annaki’s personal dance is informed by having been a queer club kid and performer on many dance floors, and as an apprentice of The 360 Emergence (https://the360emergence.com/). Annaki’s desire is to create a space where we can exist with the outside world and simultaneously connect to our inner landscapes. By using movement as dance to bridge personal growth and the freedom found in our own diverse unique dance. Come dance.
Sue has been dancing 5Rhythms for 15 years and a 5Rhythms teacher since 2016. She is passionate about supporting people to return again and again to their body, to explore and express their unique dance and to discover the freedom and aliveness that comes when we surrender our minds to our feet, to the dance.