Peace Dances: Bridging Separation



Peace Dances: Bridging Separation


Sun., Apr 1 2018 - 4:00 PM to 5:30 PM


Rotunda Multipurpose Room

Rotunda Contemplative Practice Series 2018
Join local contemplative instructor Latifa Till for an afternoon using contemplative movement and music inspired by the Sufi tradition to bridge barriers of separation. The work will help promote peace, connection, and understanding within oneself, others, and the natural environment. The session will include a short introduction followed by 55 minutes of Peace Dances, and 30 minutes of discussion.
This session will include gentle movement so please wear comfortable attire.  No prior experience necessary and open to all.
Latifa Jennifer Till has studied various contemplative practices including those drawn from Sufism, Buddhism and native Middle Eastern spirituality. She formally began her meditation practice in the Zen tradition and has since studied with Insight Meditation, Buddhist and Sufi teachers. In addition to teaching meditation at FCCW, she also brings mindfulness and meditation practices into non-profit and corporate settings as well as to the United States Marine Corps through her consulting business. She leads Dances of Universal Peace nationally and internationally, and she hosts Real Life, a weekly radio show that highlights the potential for peace, growth and happiness in all of us. 
This program is part of a 6-week Rotunda Contemplative Practice Series. It is open and free to everyone. Please arrive early, there is no registration for this series.
You may attend individual or multiple sessions as class capacity allows.