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January 12 @ 12:00 pm - 2:00 pm$35
Channel – Connect – Transform
Become outside yourself in dance! Channel your passion into another being or element and uncover how you can use your body to speak and guide you.
All forms of life have a language within them. There is a subtle energy in every element, object, animal…. and the manifestation of the greater spirit. Learn the language that the mystics used to manifest these beings and how to connect with them.
Using ancient Persian rituals and mystical dances connect to your body and emotional self. We will also learn to correct our posture and body lines based on what we manifest.
Whirling dance experience helpful but not necessary. Everyone welcome.
Certified and Scholar of International Dance Council-UNESCO
Magi (Ancient Iranic Shamanic Master), Dervish and Sufi Dance Master.
Farima is an award winning, internationally acclaimed performing artist, instructor, dance ethnologist, and archeologist. Recognized as one of few world experts and scholars of Persian dance history, Farima infuses spirituality into her dance and teachings to impassion, empower, and inspire. A Dervish and travels worldwide to research, perform, teach, and inspire dynamic creativity and rejuvenation through dance. Farima is founder and artistic director of the Simorgh Dance Collective, a member of the International Dance Council (CID-UNESCO), and a 2018 TEDx lecturer and performer.
As a scholar, Farima presents new archeological discoveries and research upon Sufism and its connection to the ancient Zoroastrianism, the human body, and its symbolic meaning in the Universe along the pathway to the soul. She will introduce you to ritual movements celebrating the grace and joy of life and to a society where and when people lived in harmony with each other and with nature. She teaches her own unique movement and techniques that are researched and inspired during her various studies in Khaneqas (Sufi Houses) and Fire temples of Khorasan, Kurdistan, Tehran, Azerbaijan, Altai Mountains, Turkey, and Shiraz.