Click on 'Journeys' for information on classes, workshops and other invitations - or check the current events listings on the right of this page to see what's happening.
In the rest of the site you can find Teacher Biogs & dancefloor context in 'Community' and background on Taoism and other influences in 'Roots'. There's an introductory poem to this work in 'dancingTao' and finally there's our (tbh in serious need of an update) 'Resources'
dancingTao was created by Christian de Sousa and the dancingTao collective, aka dTc, is an emerging group of dancers, facilitators, artists, therapists and other change agents committed to bringing movement into diverse situations.
See you on the dancefloor...
The real connections are obviously on the dancefloor. In between times, there's a few ways to find out more, stay in touch with what we're doing and support your practice:
- sign up to the MAILING LIST
- join dancingTaoists on FACEBOOK or TWITTER
- tune into ECSTASY RADIO
Vibrant weekly open session with Christian de Sousa at St Peter's Church in Vauxhall, London.
Weekly daytime 5Rhythms movement class for over 60s and over at St. Peter's Church, Vauxhall.
Every Thursday, starting 7th February
The second dancingTao Immersion of 2019 will be a Movement Medicine Immersion on 14-16th June in London. Led by Christian de Sousa with MM support
A weekend 5Rhythms workshop with Nikki Ashley and dancingTao.
13-14 July, Limehouse Town Hall, London
Seasonal 5-hour 5Rhythms Workshops with Nikki Ashley and Ajay Rajani at St. Peter's Church, Vauxhall. Next workshop 18th May.
Click here for more info
a monthly gathering for embodied practice, using 5Rhythms and Movement Medicine as our core maps, with influences from Taoist and shamanic practice. 3 hour sessions on most usually 4th Wednesday of each month
Deep Rhythm is new pop-up space in south Devon, held by Christian de Sousa and Jo Hardy. Special extended session for the launch on December 28th.
Ecstasy Radio offers a selection of free mixed waves for movement practice... Click here for home dancing...
Earthdreamers is a collective bringing the dance into social, environmental and political activism. Click here for more details