Tantric dance of the Goddess
Rock the Shakti with Tantric Yogini dancer/Healer, Neva Live Drumming with Sven Abow!!
Type of Event
Friday November 14th, 8:-00pm - 9:30pm
The Dance of Yoga and transformation is one from the dense to the subtle. It is a journey of involution that activates evolution. The movement of creation is Pure Consciousness/Light/Para Atman, into the realm of Pakriti, the Goddess, Mother, Vak, Sound, OM, Space, the Void, The Womb, into movement Vata, Marut, Prana, Air, into Fire, the Alchemy of Transformation, into Waters and the Activation of Life, Soma, Ojas, into Earth, the Cohesive state of Form. The Sacred Geometry of Creation.
Our journey is to return home. The entire creation exists in the field of the spiritual heart, Hridaya. Earth dissolves into water, which heats up into fire, and evaporates into air, which expands into space and merges into the matrix of LOVE. PURUSHA.
On this journey we encounter obstacles, stuck emotions, negative thought patterns, samskaras, karmas, attachments, in short, ignorance. The Body is the temple and we must go in to go up and out.
Join us in the healing dance of unwinding through the elements and chakras, release and rejoice in freedom and empowerment! Learn how to guide others through this process of the phoenix rising from the ashes.
Neva is a certified Yoga Therapist, ERYT500 with Yoga Alliance, Director of Inner Domain Yoga Teacher Training school in the USA and abroad, certified Ayurvedic Lifestyle Counselor with the American Vedic Institute, Jin Shin Jyutsu practitioner, Yogini Dancer, artist and mother of professional bass player with Ben Harper,
Neva brings 38 years of experience in the healing and restoring, strengthening and purifying benefits of yoga and sacred dance. She will guide you into deeper and more aware, empowered places in both your physical and energetic/spiritual practice.
Neva thanks her teachers Maharaji, Charmaine Lee, Edemir Rossi, Dr David Frawley, Yogini Shambhavi Chopra, Micheline Berry, Erich Schiffman, Lauren Peterson, Annie Carpenter, David Swenson and Angela Farmer.