Sacred Circle Dancing

Due to COVID 19 restrictions, Sacred Circle dancing has been suspended for the time being.

Our guided Sacred Circle dancing is led by Wendy Purves-Lambie.

We dance on the 4th Wednesday of each month from 7:15-9:15p. Everyone is welcome.

Circle dancing is one of the most ancient forms of dance and is still danced at community events and celebrations in many parts of the world.  Music and movement are used to relax and connect to ourselves, to each other and to the spiritual energy of the earth.  Set to a mix of traditional ‘world’ and contemporary music some dances are energetic and lively while others are gentle, reflective and meditative.  No experience or partners are needed as each dance is taught before being danced.  All that’s needed is an open heart and a dancing spirit. 

The first time Wendy Purves-Lambie attended a sacred circle dance event she felt she had come home.  Since then she has travelled the world and experienced how dance is used to connect spiritually, in ritual and for just plain fun.  Dancing with the San Bushmen in South Africa was definitely a highlight, as was traditional Folk Dance in Turkey, dancing in Machu Picchu and the Islands of the Moon and Sun in Bolivia. 

In 2014 she studied Sacred Circle Dance in Findhorn, Scotland, a spiritual community and the ‘birthplace’ of Sacred Circle Dance as we currently know it.   Wendy brings a light-hearted teaching style to the dance that encourages laughter, joy and deep connecting. 

Wendy leads two monthly dance circles, one in Bond Head, the other in Westwood and actively participates in the Ontario Sacred Circle Dance community. 

Please contact Wendy if you want more info or are interested in coming.

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