Didier Danthois first trained in Clowning and Circus skills 33 years ago at the Fratellini Circus School(Paris).
He studied Expressionist Dance, Clowning, and Indian Raga singing with an Indian master. He is also an Interfaith minister, a trained psychotherapist, spiritual counsellor & group facilitator. Didier has been inspired by the teachings of the Buddha for the last twenty five years, through the Khyentse lineage of Dzogchen and also by the Zen Master Thich Nhat Hanh.
He works towards creating an art which celebrates the beauty of authenticity, compassion & the interdependence of all things and all people.
His dedication is to encourage a greater understanding of the Wisdom of the Child.
Didier is the founder of the Fool at Heart School of Sacred Clowning and teaches, performs, & directs internationally. He is the spiritual director of the association Teatro del Corazon and of ClownCare & Co., an organisation bringing Sacred Clowning into healthcare.
His present work explores the field of emotional and spiritual resonance through the Fool at Heart in mime, dance, music and play, and also through
Indian Raga singing, for both adults & children.
Sara Rajzman has originally studied law and has worked in the field of education and special needs for 10 years in London. She has trained in dance, physical theatre, capoeira and has completed her professional training at the “Fool at heart School of Sacred Clowning”.
She is a certified Yoga teacher and has the aspiration to bring the practice of mindfulness into creative expression through singing, dance, mime and clowning.
She is a founding member of Casa Saraswati / Teatro del Corazon and helps in the coordination of its activities. She is presently assisting and performing together with Didier Danthois and studying for a Master in Expressive Art Therapy at IATBA, Barcelona.
FOR EVENTS INFORMATION, THEATRE SHOWS
Call +34 922 334007 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
TO WRITE TO DIDIER DIRECTLY:
School of Sacred Clowning
Ctra. Gral. Las Cañadas 273
38310 La Orotava
Santa Cruz de Tenerife