Unfortunately we have had to cancel all our events up to the end of July.
We thank all of our friends and dance network for your understanding and support, and wish you well during this difficult time.
Listen to a recording fof Stefan being interviewed by Elene Marsden on icrfm on Facebook.
The Sacred Dance event of the 21st March in Ipswich has had to be postponed due to the public health measures currently in place. We hope to be able to run this event in mid July. Watch this space for updates.
The following events this year have unfortunately had to be cancelled:
April 17th - 19th
April 24th - 26th
Neskaya, New Hampshire, USA
April 27th - 28th
Neskaya, New Hampshire, USA
We are sorry for the dissappointment caused.
Unfortunately this class is on hold until further notice.
Apologies for any dissappointment caused.
Stefan + guest teachers are now offering a Tuesday night weekly Salsa class.
Gosbeck village hall, 5 miles N of Ipswich, Suffolk, UK. 7.15 pm
Sat Feb 8 at 2pm
Stefan warmly invites you to the debut screening of his new film, follow-on to Malka, LAND OF NO TODAY.
There'll be a nice fingerfood buffet, a little interactive talk, live music, art by Lois Cordelia and a friendly welcome.
Book with Stefan
Quakers, 39 Fonnereau Rd, Ipswich, IP1 3JH, UK
A message of hope and unity in a ...
'LAND OF NO TODAY'
Here's a lovely video coutesy of Rosenara Silva from an event in 2016:
Full programme now available for Neskaya, New Hampshire event in April 2020.
We are happy to announce the latest dance DVD. Half of the dances are recent choreographies. Several have meaningful lyrics in English. The range is from 'epic' through sizzling to serene.
Ravishing dances: new gems + familiar favourites, with music + festivity.
Spacious wooden-floored hall opening onto fields. Sunday 22nd Sept 2019
Hassocks near Brighton
Book with Kath: firstname.lastname@example.org
Celebrating the global circle dance linkup at Ross-on-Wye with Bethan's dance, Tread Gently: If you click on the photo you MAY (I hope) access the video taken by Pat Adams. X
Paros Circle Dance week June 2020 is now full.
We were taken by surprise as it's the first time we have filled up over a year ahead of the date. We apologise to all those disappointed. There are still places left for early Sept 2020 in S France, a larger venue (bi-annual event). We suggest booking very early for Paros 2021.
We are pleased to announce 2020 dates for Harmony Magic on Paros. Helen Yeomans will return 22nd - 29th May. Contact Hannah on email@example.com if you would like to book.
UK doctors can now prescribe dance instead of anti-depressant pills. Teachers & enthusiasts, let's put together a brief fact-based statement about circle dance.
It requires no partner and no special aptitude. Suits people of all ages and body types - and has a calm, mindful dimension to balance the excitement. A perfect fit for doctors and patients of all ages.
Malka (Stefan's first short film) is about to be screened at her 15th International Film Festival and has just been featured in a newspaper.
Ipswich artists take short-film worldwide
Some beautiful images of our week in L'Hameau de l'Etoile near Montpellier in Southern France.
We'll be back there again 1st - 8th September 2020.
‘Malka’ is a song, a circle dance and a short film, created by Stefan, and dedicated to refugee children worldwide.
The poignant film was produced in collaboration with artist Lois Cordelia and film editor Tony Mounter (a fellow dance teacher) and has been used successfully in fundraising events.
Malka has just had her first vodka (hic!) having been selected for a film festival in Moscow. Other film festival showings have been in Germany, Greece, India, Israel (Nazareth), Romania, UK (London) and USA (Woodstock, Washington and Delaware). Where next?!
Malka recently won a commendation + Best Music Award at Kolkata Shorts Film Festival: Calcutta.
Below you can click on the link to download a file of the Malka music.
And here the circle dance and its choreography notes.
Wowww! Paros dance week is almost full for next year already!
The dance linked to below, Rosanka, is one of the new collection I introduced in Paros this year; a homemade dance to upbeat music from Poland. The humorous love song features an unruly horse and a rose garden . Affectionate credit to the dance Walenki which inspired the first part of the dance.
Structured dance is the best multivitamin + antioxidant with the added benefits of enjoyment and friendship.
With a growing body of research, doctors, educators and policy makers will rapidly start recommending and funding it for social and individual wellbeing.
In the world's surviving indigenous and traditional societies EVERYBODY dances regularly. They really know what they are doing!