Sacred dance is a natural and unifying expression for most women. From our source of shakti – divine energy – and our innate receptivity as women, we can so easily access and feel the bliss of our feminine nature whilst engaged in movement and dance. We often just need the space and encouragement to connect with our bodies and hearts.
Dance provides an enjoyable tool to go beyond the mind, and by surrendering to our own natural rhythms we recognise and reveal our inner truth. Once we awaken our natural energy, self confidence and a feeling of alignment to our true purpose is revealed.
Sacred Dance has historically been a mystical art and an authentic path to spiritual realisation. There are many forms of Sacred dance that we teach originating from diverse spiritual paths including Tribal dance, Sacred belly dance, Five rhythms, Sufi whirling, Indian devotion dance, Shamanic trance dance, Seven veils, Celtic dance, Chakra and Kundalini dance.
At Satyaloka you also experience a variety of improvised and creative styles of dance, some of these include the dance of the Tantric Wisdom Goddesses also known as the Maha Vidyas, different elemental dances for the Earth Goddess, water, fire, air and ether elements, Shakti bhakti dances, dancing away the masks of the ego and the dance of the Devi Dasis.
Our women’s circles, also known as Shakti groups use Sacred Dance as a way to unite our sisterhood and empower women to honour their unique beauty, expression and sacred presence on this planet. The classes and workshops also share profound group meditation techniques and exercises that help to integrate the experience on all levels.
Radasi has a life-time of experience in dance. In the last ten years she has embraced dance as a specific aspect of her own Tantric Yoga practice. She has shared and guided women to offer their feminine expression and their inner priestess energy in devotional group ritual and performances.