Isha presents an Evening of Dance: A Tribute to the First Yogi

Join us for a riveting evening of music and dance in tribute to Adi Yogi, the first yogi and originator of yogic sciences. It will be a special evening of dance designed to illuminate the significance of Adi Yogi and his impact on humanity.

This spectacular and colorful feast of music and dance will be hosted by Isha Foundation and feature dances by Sadhguru’s daughter, Radhe Jaggi, and the highly esteemed Detroit-area dance organizations Nadanta and Chauladevi Institute of Dance and Yoga founded and directed by Chaula Thacker. Proceeds go to benefit the Adi Yogi Project & Nadanta.

Saturday, April 12
Michael A. Guido Theater
Ford Community & Performing Arts Center
6:30 pm - 9:00 pm
15801 Michigan Ave, Dearborn, MI 48126

Tickets are $20, $30 and $50

To Purchase Tickets:
Go to: www.AdiYogi.org
For assistance: (313) 451-ISHA (4742) or [masked]

This event is part of a world-wide project to raise awareness about the Adi Yogi who has opened up the possibility to human beings of transcending their limitations and going beyond. Be a part of the movement and join the celebration.

“I want to see the Adi Yogi is sufficiently acknowledged….No one else before him or after him has made a greater contribution to human consciousness.” - Sadhguru

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  • Jennifer

    Detroit is the first stop on Radhe's U.S. tour, and Nadanta is a local dance troupe that's been offering dance performances that express the "beauty and diversity of Indian culture" to audiences across North America for over 25 years. This evening promises to be a unique and beautiful opportunity.

    1 · April 8, 2014

  • Daxa

    These are some of the most amazing dancers, especially Radhe Jaggi.

    2 · March 4, 2014

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