18 – 25. May
Swiss dance artist Marianne Kaiser (Zurich) will give classes in English in the chapel of Posticum every day. Translation will be provided on request.
A rich programme of activities will be offered: from movement&posture development, and from TAI CHI to all dance styles – which can be danced in pairs or alone. Ms. Kaiser will also present rhythmic dances such as South American onces (bolero, salsa, samba and many more), and more classical forms such as swing and waltz. Tango won’t be an exception.
Groups and people with cognitive disabilities (accompanied by a chaperone) can sign up for special classes in the mornings by prior arrangement.
Dance is not only an expression of the body, but also a
healer of the soul ,says Marianne Kaiser. The Swiss dancer encourages everyone to forget inhibitions for a moment and open their hearts.
• 17:00 – 18:25
• 18:35 – 20:00
The sessions are open to all, regardless of age, for both sessions (up to the number of free places). On
SATURDAY, 21st of MAY, between 16:00 – 18.00 óra, Marianne Kaiser will be offering a session ONLY FOR YOUTH (aged 14-18), from salsa to waltz – alone or in pairs.
SUNDAY, 22nd of MAY, between 10:00 – 12:00 TAI CHI – DANCE AND PRAYER with the artist and Zen masters.
Jesuit monk and Zen master Niklaus Brantschen (Switzerland, Bad Schönbrunn/Zug) and Peter Terness, professor of medicine and Zen teacher (Germany, Heidelberg) will be our guests during ZEN-Days.
EVERY DAY, 18 – 24 May (except Saturday-Sunday):
• 7:00 – 08:00 zen-meditation
• 18:00 – 20:00 tea time, personal conversations
• 20:00 – 20:30 zen-meditation
For those staying at the Posticum, there is also the possibility to sign up for multiple meditation programs and personal talks during the day.
On SATURDAY, 21st of MAY: between 18:00 – 20:30 INTRODUCTION TO ZEN (guidence of theory and practice).
On SUNDAY, 22nd of MAY: between 10:00 – 12:00 Tai Chi dance, Zen and prayer.
Peter Terness, a native of Timisoara, speaks English, German, Romanian and Hungarian. Niklaus Brantschen is fluent in German and English, translation provided in Hungarian and Romanian.
Everyone with a desire to learn more about Zen is welcome! Zen brought SILENCE to Posticum. Zen is a spiritual path, beyond dogma and philosophy.
“Zen is not a religion, Zen is not a school of philosophy, because it is not a theory. In fact the emphasis is on the order of life. What Zen teaches is precisely to be as broad as possible and as free as possible.”– Béla Hamvas