A Very Special Solstice Dance Ceremony...
An opportunity to surrender fully, to embrace the darkness and welcome back the light
Sunday December 20th / 6-9pm
Red Rose Ballroom / 1829 NE Albert St / Portland / OR
$12-20 with a portion of the proceeds to go to Hand in Hand For Syria
Brought to you by Anna Dale & Suzana
Suzana Marjanović is a Movement Facilitator & Wilderness Rites of Passage guide, DJ, musician & artist. She has been immersed in the areas of healing, movement, somatic work & ceremony for over 8 years, and the visual arts & music for over 20 years. In addition to her own personal exploration of movement on dance floors and in forests and deserts around the globe, Suzana spent a year in the work-study program at The Moving Center School in Northern California immersed in 5 Rhythms dance workshops led by a global faculty before completing her Dancing Freedom facilitator certification in 2011. Suzana also trained as a Wilderness Rites of Passage guide with The School of Lost Borders and weaves her love of all of these things into The Medicine Dance.
Anna has been a regular dancer & DJ in the Portland conscious dance community for many years.
She is a regular DJ with Sacred Circle – one of the largest ecstatic dances in the Pacific NW drawing 150+ dancers every Sunday. In 2011, she completed Paula Byrne’s Moving Body & Spirit: a conscious dance leadership training. She is passionate about the healing & transformative power of dance. She is also a gifted bodyworker, weaving shamanic healing with western massage modalities. She currently works out of RoseSprings Center in Hillsboro.
ABOUT HAND IN HAND FOR SYRIA:
Hand In Hand For Syria offers Humanitarian Aid for Syrians most at risk. Our teams on the ground in Syria take emergency aid directly to those living under threat and trying to survive in extreme conditions. Besides saving lives and relieving suffering, we help people to stay in Syria instead of fleeing to another country. We provide food and clothing, water and sanitation, and crucial medical aid in a country whose health service has been shattered when it is most urgently needed.
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