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11:00 am - 1:00 pm


Sep 18 2022




57 GEORGES ST. UPPER Dun Laoghaire

Sunday Solas is where souls come together on the dance floor with open hearts in gratitude. It is a practice for those who wish to expand their self-awareness within the dance. As a practice, dance is dynamic – rather than a static form of meditation. Through movement – from solo practice to connection with others – we explore body language in both time and space.

Your hosts, Ingrid and Robert, will guide you through this journey with voice, dance and music creating spaciousness for you to explore. Ingrid shares the floor with you holding space through the movement while Robert weaves his seductive beats and alchemizes the space with sounds that will invigorate the Soul.

The evening begins slowly with us grounding into ourselves, setting an intention for our dance and allowing our bodies to gently warm into the space with ease. There will be a Sacred Amanita tea served which is a light,  benevolent energy – which can complement the whole experience. 

The journey of the dance will last for around 90 minutes and we close out the circle with gratitude. The journey doesn’t end here, we are both keen sea swimmers (well dippers to be more accurate). The medicine of the cold sea warms our hearts and revitalises our souls, so you are more than welcome to join us after class for a Sunset dip. 

We are excited to invite you to the incarnation of  ‘Sunday Solas’, where we will  infuse you with our love, leaving you feeling lighter and brighter closing out your weekend.

Music: – Sacred / Tribal / Soul / Funk / House / Nu  Disco / Ethereal / Electronic / Indie

Location: 57 Georges St. Upper, Dun Laoghaire, Dun Laoghaire

Date/Time: Weekly on Sundays 7 – 9pm

Price: €22 (Includes Sacred Amanita Tea)  

Unwaged: €16

Places limited to 15 Souls. Please book early to avoid disappointment.

Email: For bookings contact or

This is an alcohol-free event

With Love,
Robert & Ingrid

‘May the Dance be your Prayer’

– Ingrida Zygute


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