Deepening with Biodanza (Dance of Life)

January 26, 2018 @ 8:15 pm – 10:15 pm
Yoga Society of San Francisco
$20-25 sliding scale


Mirjam Krohne and Belisa Amaro invite you to taste this uplifting, fun practice, founded on and inspired by rituals that celebrate life and the anthropological studies of dance.

Originated in South America and practiced in over 180 countries, Biodanza uses music, expressive movement, and authentic connection to create experiences of joy and aliveness. It has gained worldwide notoriety for its promotion of both physical and psychological health when practiced on an ongoing basis.

Some benefits of Biodanza:
– Improves the capacity for enjoyment
– Reduces stress
– Increases self-esteem and confidence
– Encourages human connection
– Builds community
– Fosters an intrinsic understanding of solidarity and value for life

This 2 hour-Biodanza class, open to new and versed participants, will be followed by a 10-session series (two Fridays a month).

No dance experience necessary.

Open class January 26th, 2018
8:15 – 10:15 pm
$20-25 sliding scale (at the door, cash only)

10-session series:

  • Feb 9 and 23
  • Mar 9 and 23
  • Apr 13 & 27
  • May 11 & 18
  • Jun 1 & 15

$180 if you sign up for the whole series ($18/class)

Space is limited and registration for the series necessary.
No need to sign up for open class.
More about Biodanza:

About the facilitators:

Belisa-AmaroBelisa Amaro pioneered this system in the United States, where she has been teaching since 1998. Born in São Paulo, she brings her passionate Brazilian soul to her practice, supporting the growth and evolution of thousands of participants and encouraging genuine connections.


MirjamCropMirjam Krohne is a certified Biodanza facilitator specialized in Biodanza for families, children, and youth as well as adults. She has been facilitating since 2012 and is especially excited to co-host this series with her first teacher of Biodanza, Belisa Amaro. She is said to bring alive both the poetry and playfulness of this unique practice.