A pioneer of modern dance at the beginning of the last century, Isadora Duncan released dance from the codes of classical ballet. But beyond the form, her message had a spiritual and universal meaning.
She preached the free spirit by the free movement of the body and for this she extolled a return to natural movements.Read more
Dance and nature
If there is one thing that I wish to transmit in my teachings it is the love for nature.
Dancing with trees, butterflies, rivers, rocks and give them our love.
To feel that we are One with them , to commune with the Whole and to heal our connection with the EarthRead more
In Madras she was initiated to the sacred indian dance Bharata Natyam by Swarna Mukhi,she integrated into Isness dance, the mudras or the hands gestures and the dimension of offering to the Divine through dance.
Into a sacred dimension of dance where the dancer embodies the Divine on Earth, her gestures or mudras are powerful codes of a sacred alphabets.Read more