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Dancing the Mysteries: Shamanic Dance

21 June.6:00 pm-7:30 pm

21st June | 6pm – 7:30pm | £15/£12 concession | In-Centre

This shamanic dance session is an invitation to connect to your body in a natural, intuitive way with music that will guide you though the 5 elements, the grounding Earth, the Fire of inspiration and passion, the lightness and elevating air, the ever flowing water and the essence of Spirit, Ether.

It is a session where we can open doors of possibilities to wander and discover our body in movement and dance beyond the concepts of the mind and knowing.

Meet the Host

Elisabeth Landgraf

joan frew at the sir arthur conan doyle centre

Elizabeth Titterton

Elisabeth Landgraf is a multi-disciplinary artist exploring consciousness through art, creativity, movement and dance, Korean calligraphy, devotional whirling, energy art as well as performative arts.

Her extremely rich, diverse and profound journey is taking her on a path of self-discovery through the realms of shamanism, Buddhism from her native land of morning calm, Korea where she was born but also through the lense of Christian influence from her adoptive country, France.

Elisabeth lives her life through art as a series of mysterious adventures with a sense of wonders, innocent curiosity and profound inspiration by all the experiences Life invites all of us to live. 

More than any titles or achievements, if Elisabeth could use a few words to symbolise her life’s journey, she could simply say “I AM ALIVE“.

Details

Date:
21 June
Time:
6:00 pm-7:30 pm
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Organiser

The Sir Arthur Conan Doyle Centre
Phone
0131 625 0700
Email
info@arthurconandoylecentre.com

Venue

The Sir Arthur Conan Doyle Centre
25 Palmerston Place
Edinburgh, EH12 5AP United Kingdom
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Phone
01316250700

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