SEPTEMBER/OCTOBER Brant Bambery The UK has now been in the Covid situation for 7 months now and it has been a mixed bag of emotions and learning. I have really enjoyed online dancing, it has great to be connected. This month we have been able to have some in person small groups social distance dance … Continue reading Dancing Soles
I have been thinking a lot about our world situation and how it has opened up so much discussion, both good and bad, within the world. I was inspired to seek my refuge in dancing online in the midst of all this mayhem. It has certainly been a year remember! I realise that many people … Continue reading The fire we walk through
April & May 2020 Welcome to my Blog and this comes at a sad time indeed for the Sacred / Circle / Traditional Dance community globally due to the Covid-19 situation. As we shift through a period of not being able to connect in person it has been a bit of a whirlwind over here … Continue reading Connecting In Dance
The start of March had been great with Wednesday Sacred Dance nights starting to get busier, myself and Katharina had a beautiful group attend and it gave me a chance to practice some of my dances. One which has become a firm favourite is an Icelandic dance and I shall be teaching it at my … Continue reading The Time to Connect
As the flowers start to poke through the soil, it is clear that the sun is staying with us a little bit longer. We have been having all the seasons here in the Highlands, I seem to be prepared with hats, umbrellas and thermals at the ready. Walking through the forest tonight I realised that … Continue reading Pravo Pravo!
I have been enjoying holding Wednesday sessions on a more regular basis. I had a lovely experience this week, I had a chat with a gentleman who has both stayed in the community and visited Findhorn for many years and who has danced with Bernhard Wosien. We talked about dances that he missed and the … Continue reading The Big Surrender
September 2019 I’ve had an interesting few weeks and my dance workshop is suddenly coming together. Writing all the dance notation out and putting them together is a new thing for me. My time has suddenly opened to play more with the workshop concepts, and boy I’m enjoying that side of it. The creativity to be had … Continue reading Edinburgh Dancing with Our Wullie!