darK shadoW yogA – Winter SOLSTICE
Can’t get your butt to Mona for Dark MoFo?
Don’t stress, we’ve got your skin.
Join Acid Pixie, (Amber Williams) and Pray The Gay Away, (Mathew Bergan), in the inaugural darK yogA event this Winter Solstice.
We want you to get your freak on and join our Pagan ritual that celebrates the darK shadoW, the underworld and darK spirituaL magiK.
This yoga class is like no other. We want you to worship your inner spirit and exercise your darKened soul via ritualistic movements, Tantric breathing and cosmic purging. We want you to dance and unleash your darKest, moodiest avatar, to then purge into the sacred fire of renewal and abundance.
Winter solstice brings you to a threshold moment in darK time and space, inviting contemplation on what you can lay to rest and an intention upon what you choose to bring forth. The shortest day turns into the longest night, moving from light to darK and back into the light, honouring integration and renewal. This ceremonial event will include yoga, movement, voice, ritual, community bonding, darK artS and some heart warming fuN.
Dress code: Dark and fu&*ked up!
Attitude: Dark and petulant.
When: Winter Solstice, Friday 21st June 730-930pm.
Location: Dancing Warrior Yoga Studio, Sydney
BYO: DarK magiK and shadoW fu&*ked-up-ness!
Cost $30: Pay your Undertakers Costs HERE. Bookings required
You get: nibbled fingers, mulled red vinegar, dark yoga, dark venue, dark attitude, spine tingling and mind numbing fun.
Not for the faint hearted or incontinent!
We are pleased to announce the addition of Dargamen, Mystery Performer.
If you are brave enough, we are giving you the opportunity to meet Dargamen for an individual magiC experience. Dargamen is a mystery performer, specialising in the darK artS, he is a Master of occulT taroT, darK readingS, palmistrY and liberatioN ritualS.
Be warned: “once a thing is known it cannot be unknown. Sometimes it’s better to not know. Choose wisely.”Dargamen
Kali Slays the runway….
Kali depicted above, is known as a goddess of death but she also represents the death of the ego. It is true that both Kali and Shiva are said to inhabit cremation grounds and Hindu devotees often go to these places to meditate. This is not to worship death, but to overcome the I-am-the-body, by reinforcing the awareness that the body is temporary, and our attachment to the body gives rise to the ego. Shiva and Kali grant liberation by removing the illusion of the ego. Thus we are the eternal I AM, and not the body.