Song Of The Vajra Beginner's Course with Cosimo Di Maggio.

Usually the first part of Dance, from Emakirikiri until Kelanam, is done in six days. Preferably, it can be done in 2/3 weekends, one weekend per month. Depending on circumstances and time, it is also possible to study with for example weekly evening classes.

The part I includes:

  • Explanation of the origin of the Dance.
  • Explanation of a special characteristic of the Dance of the Song of the Vajra.
  • Explanation of the meaning of each verse linked to the principle of the Song of the Vajra and relationship with the steps of the Dance.
  • Explanation of the meaning of the Mandala, symbolism, colors and elements.
  • Explanation of the principle of the masculine and feminine, and importance of their harmony. 
  • Learning the basic movements and steps (principle of natural and relaxed movement, movement of the foot and hand "together", simplified distinction between "open" and "closed").
  • Learning the conventional terminology of basic movements.
  • Learning the basic rhythm (association of each movement with its syllable).
  • Learning the meaning of the main mudras. 



Cosimo Di Maggio

Cosimo Di Maggio born and grow up in Italy. He met Chogyal Namkhai Norbu in 1979 and has been following his teaching since then. He became a level1 qualified teacher of Vajra Dance in 2008 Margarita Island, Venezuela. After marrying in 2009, Cosimo went to live in the tropical part of Australia where he has instructor courses in the Vajra Dance. In 2011 he completed level 2 Vajra Dance diploma in Namgyalgar, Australia. He has been teaching in Italy, Singapore, Australia. Read More


  • 21st: 6pm-9pm,
  • 22nd: 10am-4pm,
  • 23rd: 2pm-7.30,
  • 24th: 6pm-9pm,
  • 25th: 6pm-9pm,
  • 28th: 6pm-9pm,
  • 29th: 10am-4pm,
  • 1st: 2pm-7.30pm.

Terms & Conditions

Practitioners who have received transmission of Guru Yoga and the lung of the Song of the Vajra from Chogyal Namkhai Norbu.