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    Dhamma Dance (3 week course)

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    "Your task is not to seek for love, but merely to seek and find all the barriers within yourself that you have built against it."


      Dhamma Dance

      Dhamma Dance weaves together authentic movement and meditation, blending Eastern philosophies with Western dance therapy.

      Over three weeks, this course aims to enhance your ability to cultivate kindness, find stability in uncertain times, and foster a sense of calm and ease in daily life. 

      Course details

      Each week explores a different theme inspired by the Buddha's teachings and is divided into movement and stillness practices.

      Authentic movement enables you to tune into your body's natural, intuitive impulse to move and allows you to enquire into your deeper, embodied wisdom through individual and group exploration.

      Guided sitting meditation practice deepens your practice of listening, observing, and connecting with your moment-by-moment experience of life.  

      The two polarities of moving and sitting meditation together mirror the dance of life and support cultivation of well-being and balance.


      Sandi Middleton is the founder of Dhamma Dance and has over 24 years’ experience in Buddhist meditation, movement and mindfulness. 

      She has trained as a Buddhist nun, is a certified Dance Movement Therapist, is currently studying Mindfulness and Compassion Teacher Training and is an authorised teacher of traditional West African Ghanaian dance.


      •         Enhance mindfulness and body awareness
      •         Release stress and tension
      •         Connect with like-minded individuals
      •         Cultivate a sense of inner ease

      Who Can Participate? 

      Everyone is welcome! 

      This is not a dance class and no coordination, prior dance experience or knowledge of the Dhamma is required. Just bring an open, curious mind and a willingness to explore.

      What to Expect:

      •         Gentle movement warm-up to music
      •         Facilitated authentic movement practices
      •         Guided meditations inspired by Dhamma themes
      •         Creative reflection and integration period

      Attire: Comfortable clothing that allows for unrestricted movement and a comfy cushion to sit on.

      Registration: 20 places are available 

      Date: Saturday 27th April, 8th & 11th May 

      Time: 2.00 - 3.30pm

      Investment: $90

      Location: The workshop will be held at a beautiful and private outdoor/indoor venue overlooking Wollumbin mountain and lush, nature-filled vistas.

      Join us for an unforgettable course of movement, mindfulness, and inner exploration. 

      For more information and registration, contact: Sandi Middleton –


      Liability Release: 

      By registering for this workshop, I agree to and acknowledge the following.

      I acknowledge that I intend to participate in physical activity and agree to assume full responsibility for any risks, injuries or damages, known and unknown, which might incur as a result of participating in the program. 

      I acknowledge that an inherent risk of exposure to COVID-19 and its variants exists in any public place where people are present. By attending this event, I voluntarily assume all risks related to exposure to COVID-19. 

      I agree to release Sandi Middleton from any and all liability related to personal injury or illness that may result from my attendance and participation. 

      Event Cancellation

      In the event that we cancel this workshop for any reason: a full refund of the payment received from each participant will be made. The organizers will hold no financial responsibility for the participants’ travel or 3rd party expenses. Every attempt will be made to give as much prior warning of cancellation as possible. 

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