Tara Dance Sangha of Atlanta

Tara Dance Sangha of Atlanta, a member of Tara Dhatu, is dedicated to building the sacred dance practice community through the Mandala Dance of the Twenty-One Praises of Tara.

PROGRAM INTRODUCTION ON SUNDAY FEBRUARY 27,2011 @ 1PM-4PM   East Lake Co-Housing Common House

An afternoon of discovery, building community and learning about the sacred dance practice to the Goddess Tara.

  • A complete overview of the Tara Dance Sangha of Atlanta’s 11-week dance program starting on Sunday March 6, 2011
  • Learn the myths and stories of the female Buddha.
  • Hear the history of Tara Dhatu and lineage of this practice.
  • Participate in the Dance of Tara’s Mantra.
  • Enjoy Tea and Treats

RSVP: via email or phone February 18, 2011 for the Program Introduction!

EMAIL: taradanceatlanta@yahoo.com

PHONE: Sarah Thorsen at 404.584.5242

Can’t make the introduction on the February 27, 2011! We welcome you to attend the first class on Sunday March 6, 2011 @ 3pm to learn about the program and register!

Dance Program Overview:


We are looking for 19 women to build the Atlanta community through a dedicated 11-week program starting Sunday March 6, 2011 @ 3pm. The program consists of Tara teachings, mantras and learning the Mandala Dance of the Twenty-One Praises of Tara. 22 women are needed to dance a complete Mandala.

WHERE: East Lake Commons Co-housing

Common House Classroom- (located on the 1st floor of the building. Access via outside stairs.)

900 Dancing Fox Rd.

Decatur GA, 30032

Classes:  Sundays from 3-5pm

Dates: Starting March 6, 2011

Continues: 3/13, 4/3, 4/10, 4/17, 5/8, 5/15, 5/22, 6/5, 6/12, 6/19

Completion: Weekend of June 25, 2011 with a public dance offering of the Mandala Dance of the 21 Praises of Tara

Location TBD

Cost: $110 (11 classes @ $10 per class) to be paid in advance by check.

  • Prepaid Cash Discount: $90
  • 3 payments of $37 to be paid in full by 5.22.11.

Required Materials: Tara Text: $7, Mandala Dance of the Twenty-One Praises CD: $15

Who: Women are invited to dance. Men can participate and learn the choreography as Protectors.


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