Morning Gloryville

Sydney

Aaaaaaand – we’re back! After a hiatus over the colder Winter months we’re excited to bring you a super special edition of MGV up in the clouds in Sydney’s CBD.  100% of the ticket price from this particular event will be donated to the Movember Foundation. Dancing = fundraising – who knew it could feel so good to do good!

For our ‘MOVE IT with Morning Gloryville’ event, we are proud to be working with Movember launching their 30 day ‘MOVE’ fitness challenge – a chance for Mo Sistas to get active as well as inspire the men in their lives to take control of their physical and mental well being. MOVE is a 30 day fitness challenge to fundraise for Movember….’cause y’know – we can’t all grow a moustache!

We’re pumped to be moving temporarily to the aMBUSH Gallery in the park right by Central Station. The space has a whole wall of floor to ceiling windows offering us all the chance to feel like we’re dancing in the sky!

 

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Special Thanks

We're nothing without our team, give them a hug!

A heartfelt thanks to Juni, Ola, Max and David who brought Morning Gloryville to Sydney. Also to Rookaya, Emily, Penny,Paz, John, Ange, Leila, Dave, Lenny, Michelle, Amie, Danna, Jose, Courtney, Fiona, Team Stretcheyz and all the volunteers and guests who made the events so magical.

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2 months ago

Shaft Uddin

I want to thank u for giving the gift of Morning Gloryville. It's been my shining light and movement medicine during my dark times of sickeness in London. I wrote a poem during that time and how dance has helped me. I then decided to visualise it and push my boundaries and read it on screen and turned it into a film. I'm not a public speaker and never raised my voice in class or work for 35 years but since being sober I'm getting better and facing my fears.... any ways less rambling... I made a video about the #thegloryvilleeffect and how its helped me be a dancer and how important it is in my life.

Please do share and #spreadthesparkle! xxx
www.youtube.com/watch?v=WXvUiwxyaSQ
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I want to thank u for giving the gift of Morning Gloryville. Its been my shining light and movement medicine during my dark times of sickeness in London. I wrote a poem during that time and how dance has helped me. I then decided to visualise it and push my boundaries and read it on screen and turned it into a film. Im not a public speaker and never raised my voice in class or work for 35 years but since being sober Im getting better and facing my fears.... any ways less rambling... I made a video about the #thegloryvilleeffect and how its helped me be a dancer and how important it is in my life.

Please do share and #spreadthesparkle! xxx
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WXvUiwxyaSQ

5 months ago

Dwij Will

Love is like the wind, we do not know where it comes from . . . You are love. Namaste.

Dharma: All the hemispheres in existence lie beside an equator in your heart. —Hafiz
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6 months ago

Mahesh Muralidhar

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