5 Rhythms workshops 

in Bradford

at St Hugh’s, Coach Rd, Baildon, Bradford, BD17 5HS

 

Dancing From Winter To Spring:

A 5Rhythms Journey

Three Sundays to dance our journey from the depths of winter to the spring equinox, when the day becomes longer than night and the green ones return to our northern lands. Each workshop can be taken as a stand alone piece of work, but for those of us who can do all the workshops, there will be a narrative thread that links all three pieces of work.

  • 20th Jan - 'Dancing The Mid-Winter Blues’ - an afternoon to dance through the blues of winter, inviting all that glitters and glows to lighten up our dance, using the Wave to guide our journey. 
  • 17th Feb - 'Stirring The Pot’ - inviting in a little magic, stirring the wishing pot, aiding our intentions for the coming spring.
  • 24th March - 'Spring Equinox' - marking the moment when day and night are of equal length, sending a loving kiss to winter and her austere wisdom, and turning to face the returning spring

Venue:St Hugh’s on Coach Rd, Bradford, BD17 5HS

Times: 12pm – 5pm

Prices: £30 (concessions £25) per workshop; if all three are booked and paid for in full by 13th January there is a £15 discount off the cost of the series (ie - if paid for in full by 13th January the cost of the series is £75/£60. After 13th January the cost is £90/£75 for the series or £30/£25 per workshop). 

To book please contact Rose at karenramsay1@mac.comor on 07795253817

www.5rhythmswithrose.co.uk       www.5rhythms.com

 

 

 

 

 

 

Please contact Rose to book your place: Text 07795253817 

Email: karenramsay1@mac.com

Facebook: Rose Karen Ramsay

Facebook group: 5Rhythms with Rose in Leeds and Bradford

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

News

'The WEEKLY Monday class at St Hugh's Coach Rd, Baildon, BD17 5HS continues throughout the year. We start at 7pm and finish at 9pm.

 

Next Sunday Morning class in Leeds is February 3rd.

 

 

 

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