Oxford Dances of Universal Peace

with Ralph & Vitalija

Location: Oxford Quaker Meeting House Oxford OX1 3LW
Start Date: 17 April, 2010 at 02:30
Finish Date: 03 October 2009 at 06:30
Leader: Ralph Nimmann (View profile)
Cost: £16 (concessions available)

We move and breathe and sing together in a circle, holding hands.
No experience in singing or dancing required. Everyone is welcome.
"If you can talk, you can sing. If you can walk, you can dance"  (African saying).

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"I like your style of leading very much. I very much appreciated the variety in the dances you both introduce, and the way the energy is very celebrational, playful and ecstatic at times as well as going into softer meditative places... The inclusive way you are, as both individuals and together gave me a safe and sweet feeling which helped me to leave aside my critical tendencies and to feel embraced by the circle." (Stefan Freedman, circle dance teacher)

"One of the reasons I am teaching this music and dance is to increase joy,
not awe towards another person, but bliss in our own self.
This is finding God within, through experience."
(Samuel Lewis, founder of the Dances of Universal Peace)

Ralph Nimmann is a Quaker & Subud member and an experienced peace dance teacher. He plays the drum.

Ralph's wife Vitalija is a founder member of the Latvian Dances of Universal Peace Network. She is part of the Sufi Movement andaccompanies the peace dances with gitar.

Ralph & Vitalija lead the dance sessions with joy, humour and an open heart.

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