SUNDAY DANCE BXL
ECSTATIC DANCE BRUSSELS
WHAT TO EXPECT
During the opening circle, we use the wisdom of Open Floor
to feel more embodied and have a more profound dance experience.
Sunday evenings are meant to dance together!
Fancy dance moves are allowed, yet by far not required.
There are no 'rights' or 'wrongs' on this dance floor.
Surrender yourself to the music and dance how you feel, alone or with others.
Some short guided meditation exercises make your dance experience more profound.
The rest of the dance is completely up to you.
Get creative and do 'your thing' on the dance floor.
About the dance
Always be kind and respectful towards the other dancers.
Help us create a safe, judgemental-free space.
No talking on the dance floor.
Without specific permission no filming of others is allowed.
Wear comfortable clothing and bring your own water bottle.
Shoes are optional on the dance floor.
Sessions will be facilitated in English, Dutch or French,
depending on the needs of the group.
You are invited to speak up so we know about your needs!
Learn more about conscious and ecstatic dance
We dance in Vilvoorde (Brussels BUDA)
7.30 PM - 9.30 PM
every first and third Sunday evening of the month
Entrance fee is 'pay what you can', suggested fee is €20
As a community we carry each other.
We wish for everyone who is struggling financially to find that dance opportunity with us...
Doors open at 7.15 PM and close at 7.45 PM.
(Please don’t miss this time frame as we lock the doors for security purposes!)
Sessions are offered in English (Dutch and French if requested)
Louis Brentastraat 1, 1800 Vilvoorde
Entrance is on the right of the entrance of Cantine
(through the white double doors).
Some GPS prefer Schaarbeeklei 638, 1800 Vilvoorde
Free parking is available in front of the venue.
Your bike can be stored inside the building.
Public transportation: train station Brussels Buda or De Lijn bus nr. 58.
You are encouraged to ask others to car pool in our FB group.
Wear comfortable clothes and bring your own water bottle.
No more restrictions but when you are feeling sick, please wait until the next dance!
A CO2-meter keeps an eye on our air quality.