Aztec Studio

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Aztec Studio
Aztec Studio is listed in the Photographers Portrait category in San Antonio, Texas. Displayed below is the only current social network for Aztec Studio which at this time includes a Facebook page. The activity and popularity of Aztec Studio on this social network gives it a ZapScore of 34.

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823 S General Mcmullen Dr
San Antonio, TX 78237
(210) 434-6441
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Our parents Irma & Rudy Escobar were married 42 years, and they spent every minute of everyday together making art, being in love, and inspiring others. We would like to thank everyone for your love and support. If it is within your means, to offer financial support, our family would humbly and graciously accept please click the link to contribute to the Irma and Rudy Escobar Memorial Fund www.escobarfund.wordpress.com
ESCOBAR MEMORIAL FUND They were married 42 years, and they spent every minute of everyday together making art, being in love, and inspiring others. ClICK BELOW TO DONATE

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A unique workshop with 3 distinct classes designed to awaken the Spirit Dancer within: Sacred Stage: Dancing the Divine, Infinite Light: Intro to Sacred Fire and Poi Joy: Spinning for Beginners. Feel free to join any 1 hour class or take all 3 together. Enjoy the delightful space at Adi Shakti Center just outside of Boulder with bamboo floors for dancing inside and a rural tree filled setting for outside spinning if weather permits. Each class is $15 or take all 3 for $35. I encourage you to prepay with Paypal to lateresita@yahoo.com as only cash or check payments can be taken on the day of. Sliding scale needs or trade offers must be arranged beforehand. For those interested in the last 2 classes, all practice tools will be provided, but you can bring your own as well. Buy a practice poi set from me or bring your favorite pair of knee high socks and make your own. Also, kevlar poi, palm torches and other fire tools made by MaQi (plus white flags designed by Artsmyths) will be for sale so bring extra fund$ if you are interested. Sacred Stage: Dancing the Divine (3 - 4pm) Discover, share, nurture and protect your inner Spirit Dancer. Ancient rituals from all parts of the world use dance to heal, embody, honor and express Spirit, Source, Divinity, Culture, Identity and Community. Learn various methods of Dancing the Divine by connecting with Nature, the Elements, Mythic Images, Ritual, Meditation and Archetypes. Experiment with before and after techniques for grounding, protection and cleansing. Merge mind, body and spirit to create a personal sense of balance. When the imperceptible dimension of Spirit moves through us, we feel more connected to Nature, to the Elements, to the Great Mystery of the Universe, to each other, to love, passion and compassion. By integrating focused awareness, intention and energy into our movements, we can safely express our symbolic perception of the Divine at any moment we choose with authenticity and enthusiasm. Enjoy the safe space that Sacred Stage provides to practice new skill sets that maximize potential with guidance and support. Infinite Light: Intro to Sacred Fire (4 - 5pm) Dancing with the Sacred Element of Fire involves deep dedication and practice. Before you are ready to literally light up, develop your skills and get to know preparation techniques that will help ease your way into this delicate new art form. The Infinite Light class provides an overview of various tools to prepare your mind, body and spirit for the adventure of Spinning Fire. Get a chance to try 6 multiple Fire implements: poi, ropes, staff, double staff, fans, palms as well as additional surprises. We will not be lighting any fires, but we will practice spinning basics with hands on prop interactions. Expand your skill sets for movement, intention, balance, connection and protection with the Infinite Light of Sacred Fire. Poi Joy: Spinning for Beginners (5 - 6pm) What is Poi? Why do we love it? How does it heal? And where do we get it? Spinning poi is always a joy wether it's kevlar wicks on fire at the end of a chain, sparkling ribbons, glowing lights or stripedy socks. It's challenging enough to keep you mind bending for decades, but simple enough to follow that once you unlock the key to the mystery, the patterns allow you to endlessly create new movements. Begin by feeling basic Energetic Fields around you and how to follow these Planes with the poi. The first "tricks" involve making Circles and learning how to move each circle from one plane to the next. Once you can spin a circles into the symbol for Infinity, you can literally follow an infinite sequences of patterns. After going big, we end with what I call Cell Space, small tight circles close to the body that can then evolve into Juggling and Acrobatics. Poi Joy learning techniques provide a foundation that allows you to follow patterns leading to your own unique discoveries. Poi Joy! It's fun! Teresita Born and raised in the Texas Hill Country between Austin and San Antonio, my greatest influences came from my strong connections to culture, nature and spirit. Performing Balet Folklorico on stages in braids, ribbons and colorful costumes begins at age 4 in the fun fresh mix of my Tex Mex youth. My time spent exploring emerald pools along limestone rivers, climbing the great twisting live oaks, hiking and camping in the hillcountry convinced me that nature connects me to Spirit. My family also encouraged my artistic side with lessons in piano, dance, yoga, flamenco, gymnastics, drawing, creative writing and painting. Art, self expression and exploring nature brought me great joy and again even closer to Spirit. The idea of Sacred Stage, of Dancing the Divine, began as a personal transformative experience during my travels deep into Mexico, Central and South America. I dedicated over a decade to crossing the deserts of northern Mexico into the lush jungles of Palenque Chiapas on Mexico's most southern border, living in small villages along the volcano lined Lago Atitlan in the Mayan heartland of Guatemala, from the white sands and turquoise waters of the Caribbean to the crashing waves of the Pacific Ocean, connecting with Nature (La Pacha) as well as Native Indigenous and Latinamerican Cultures, art, music, dance and fire spinning. I participated in ceremonies at Mayan temples and Aztec pyramids, in temascal sweat lodges and at sacred fires on mountaintops, interacting with newcomers and Native cultures in my ancestral homelands. I draw my inspirations from observing the divine dance of nature, listening to the stories of our ancestors and witnessing the powerful influences of indigenous tribal art on modern society. As a vocalist, dancer, storyteller and musician, my intention has always been to inspire and empower especially young women and Latinas. My art expresses emotion, culture and strength in femininity. My broad range of dance experiences stem from a crazy life touring internationally since 2001 as a integral founding member of fire and aerial troupe Lunar Fire, epic rock band Kan'Nal, electro dance rebels INTI, dj duo Dub'l Dragon and ceremonial project Fuego Lunar. My chosen path has taken me all over the world, performing at 100s of festivals such as Earthdance CA, High Sierra CA, Envision Festival Costa Rica, Om Festival Canada, Burning Man, Lightening in a Bottle, Symbiosis, Sea of Dreams San Fran NYE, Oregon Country Fair, Faerieworlds, Beltania, Trinity Tribal Stomp, Reggae on the River, Desert Rocks UT, Tribal Visions NM, Dreamtime and Sonic Bloom CO. My performance opportunities have ranged from huge stages with massive audiences to intimate gatherings in unique locations, theatre and rock venues across the United States, underground warehouse parties, occupy demonstrations, fundraisers, at the pyramids of Tikal in Guatemala and in many a majestic setting of nature. All of these projects contribute to arts and music programs for children here and in 3rd world countries. Art to Inspire and Empower. Press "Fantastical costuming… graceful gestures. Deep, inspirational" Best of 2011, Westword 3/11. "Masters of illusion" Westword 8/12. "Mythic archetypes" Catalyst Magazine 10/05. "Teresita's theatrics never distract from the musical abilities of the artists, but rather enhance the journey, taking it to an entirely new level." Fort Collins Weekly 4/07. "Completely blew my mind… a surreal, spiritual and profound experience." Amber Tauffen, Denver Westword 3/10 "Shamanistic theatrics" The Rock and Rolls Report 1/05. "Substance in the dance as a story and a message… to perform without boundaries" Westword 7/11. Web www.sacred-stage.com
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We are getting a great response to our Senior Special and our appointments are fillling up fast. So call soon so that we can take your portraits soon and have them ready to send with your invitations.