The course, led by Prima Mai, will focus on the Dance of the Song of the Vajra: we will work on the harmony between singing and dancing, coordinating ourselves in dancing together and focusing on timing and choreography, in order to create greater quality in the Dance of the Song of the Vajra.
To participate you need to have no doubts about the basic steps, arm movements and mudras, and be aware of the importance of being in the right timing. It is fundamental to be open and able to discover and work to overcome the habitual patterns of movements, experiences and attachments.
The female participants will be able to participate only for the Pamo part and the male participants only for the Pawo part.
The course is limited to a maximum of 12 Pamo participants and 12 Pawo, with 2 Earth Mandalas available. It is possible to participate as an observer.
The investigation will then continue from 24 to 29 November at Dzamling Gar where we will focus on all three Vajra Dances practiced on the Earth Mandala.
Since childhood, she had followed her interests and personal studies in non-religious spirituality and medicine and, in late 1988, she met Chögyal Namkhai Norbu in a retreat setting in Marcevol, France. Soon after, in 1991, she decided to move to Italy, to the Amiata region in Tuscany, the main seat of the Dzogchen Community under the guidance of Chögyal Namkhai Norbu, where she continued to follow her artwork and studies of the Dzogchen Teachings. When Prof. Namkhai Norbu started to teach the particular method of the Vajra Dance in 1991, he authorized Prima Mai as the first Vajra Dance Teacher and she accompanied him in his worldwide travels during the early Nineties, during which Rinpoche held retreats on Dzogchen Teachings with Prima Mai assisting by teaching the Vajra Dance. Since 1992 Prima Mai, being fluent in German, English, Spanish, Italian and little french languages, has been traveling intensively, holding courses and other various activities related to developing the Vajra Dance and, since 1996, she has also held Teacher Training courses and supervision courses to help create more local Vajra Dance instructors due to the growing interest in this method around the globe. Read More