Soul Dive

309260Soul Dive with Maya Polywjanyj
February 10, 24, March 10, 24, April 7, 21, 2017
Friday’s alternate weeks 8:30-10pm
Donation: 20.00 (at the door)

SOUL DIVE is based on 5 Rhythms, the work of Gabrielle Roth, the ancient art of Ecstatic Dance.  This is a spontaneous movement class designed to explore body movement. It is aimed at helping you tune in to your own patterns of movement and expand your range of personal expression. Benefits include, physical activation, stress release, body loosening, emotional purging in a safe and respectful environment, and mindfulness practice. SOUL DIVE offers a vehicle in which to listen to your body and connect to your deeper self. Come join us.

Suited for ALL levels of fitness, no dance experience nor ability required.

Wear comfortable clothes, bring water and towel.

register by email: or     text 519.240.9642              

18 Ainslie Street South, Unit B Cambridge, On
(beside Monigrams Coffee Roasterie)


Soul Dive Goddess

Facilitator:   Maya started dancing on and around furniture from a young age and she naturally took to the world of physical movement.  In her late teens and early twenties, dance floors became open space to express.  Maya was exposed to Ecstatic Dance and the work of Osho in the 1990’s.  While living in Korea, she would plug in her cassette player and dance around the cultural temple, late into the evening, when the city was falling asleep.  Some 13 years ago she discovered Contact Dance, a music-less form of dance exploration with partners.  For the past 4 years Maya has been part of the Toronto 5 Rhythms scene.  She has cultivated her own movement practice with weekend intensives taught by a variety of teachers including  Kathy Altman, Adam Barley, Evangelos Diavolitsis, and others.  Last year she partook in a 5 and 7 day dance intensive with Open Floor teachers in the USA.  In June 2016, a profound Tango lesson while in Argentina opened her understanding of relationship movement further. The practice continues..



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