2015 is all about making change! 2 amazing events are organized by Cosmic Dance in January:


January 23, 6-9pm, fundraising party for ‘Udavam Kargal’ – Chennai based organization helping homeless kids in India.

Tickets: 100 HK$, donations are welcome.

Climate and the Arts

January 27th, 7-9pm, climate change awareness talk by Viveik Mohan Saigal “How can we use arts to increased awareness about climate change?” Free of charge.

Venue for both events: Ricky Dancing Studio, No 33-39 Austin road.
Everyone is welcome!

Cosmic Dance Group is one of the most diverse and multicultural dance groups in HK, we are from different countries, cultures and backgrounds and We share a common passion for Indian Classical Dance!


Celebrate New Year 2013 with Cosmic Dance,  join us in our world of colour, energy, rhythm and smiles:

“Brilliant Colours”

You will witness performances from the best of Cosmic Dance students and teachers.

Selection of the best classical BharataNatyam and fusion choreographies will be presented to you on this special night!

 Venue: Science Museum, Lecture Hall

Date: 5.01.13

Time: 8p.m

Tickets:  100 HK$ To be purchased in advance from Cosmic Dance directly or at the reception before performance






Wishing you Love and Light in 2013!



Cosmic Dance is about to start a fresh beginner “Introduction to Bharatanatyam” course.

Lessons will be grouped into 5 weeks course to learn the essence of this Classical Indian dance style. 

This course will suit beginners, those who want to refresh memory and practice of basic steps or those who has never tried learning Indian Classical dance before and curious to give it a go.

Classes will be held on Mondays, 8 – 9p.m. in Jordan.

Course dates: 19.11.12; 26.11.12; 3.12.12; 10.12.12; 17.12.12

In 5 weeks you will learn main positions of feet, legs and arms as well as 26 hand gestures; you will learn 16 basic steps of BharataNatyam and practice them in different combinations.

Lessons are grouped into 5 week course and fee is 700 for 5 lessons to be paid in advance, drop in class 200HK$ per class.

Let’s keep dancing!


Cosmic dance will turn 3 years this October. We decided to celebrate it by getting closer to the stars and dancing at the Space Museum!

You are invited to come and support and be part of our celebration by tiny stars and bigger planets of Cosmic Dance.

We will perform a variety of dances that we’ve been working on lately and will also share our thoughts and experiences about Indian Dance. 

It will be a recital with a difference: interactive, educational and fun!

When: October 21
Time: 8p.m -9.30 p.m
Venue: Lecture hall, Space Museum

Tickets priced at 50 HK$ and can be only purchased in advance from Cosmic dance directly.

Contact me by mobile: 97449595, Facebook or email: info@cosmic-dance.com

We are looking forward to seeing you there and sharing our passion with you.


Cosmic Dance is turning 3 years old this October!


What a journey it has been.. Full of ups and downs, turns, crossroads, broken hearts and happy moments.

I treasure all that has happened to me throughout this experience and thank god for giving me this great opportunity to follow my dreams and continue spreading my passion and love for Indian Classical Dance.

Now, when I see Cosmic Dance grow a little, I am happy that my dream is alive and thankful to all the  people that kept it afloat and helped it getting stronger.

Cosmic Dance concept was a wild dream, quiet secret and a hope to connect people from different backgrounds, from different countries and cultures and to keep creating something beautiful, something that makes sense to the people involved, something that keeps our small community together, makes our lives different…

Indian Classical Dance is just a medium to make this dream come true, to get people together, but what a powerful medium it is! 

There is a long way to go and I wish it to continue for many years more.

I am still dreaming that Cosmic Dance can make a difference, even if it is tiniest, smallest impact on bringing people together and making them happier! 




Indian Classical Dance recital by Oxana Banshikova


Call of the soul


It is a desire, it is a prayer, to find one’s unique place in the universe. What is the hidden gift you must bring forth to the world? Can you find your happiness?

Can you hear your soul speak?


‘Call Of The Soul’ was  long planned, much anticipated and scary project for me. For some reason or other I kept postponing  BharataNatyam solo performance for couple of years already, finding excuses like “too busy”, “need to concentrate on group choreography for my students” , “have to plan shows for my students”, teaching… Anything really! I guess, I was just scared of myself being alone with my own dance and practice and this time I wanted it to be perfect..

Every time after performance, small or big, no metter how long or short, easy or difficult it was, I feel really empty and look back at all my mistakes and little details that could be better..coursing myself for not practicing more, not planning better.

Well, was Call Of The Soul perfect? Not yet..

But I have learned a lot:  You can not get better unless you try and keep trying, make mistakes, overcome your fear, follow your instincts, take risks and you can dream big!

This project really gave me a boost and desire to do more and more, to give my dance more time, to give myself a chance to learn and get better.

Watch out  – more shows are coming soon 😉


Cosmic Dance will be performing as a part of the Audience Building program organized by LCSD at the Main Foyer of Hong Kong Cultural Center.

Date: 8.10.2011

Time: 3.45p.m -4.30p.m

Free for all

Please come and support us in spreading the beauty of Indian Classical and Fusion dance to the wider audience in HK.
Good chance to see a variety of Classical Bharatanatyam and Fusion dance choreographies.

Spread the word – we need your love and support!

 Ancient secrets of light! 

Join us in our journey in finding happiness, searching for the way out of darkness and understanding who we are.

Ancient Secrets of Lights merges two ancient cultures, 

Chinese Taoism and Indian Vedanta, to find hope for the future.

Mask, Contemporary dance and Live sand painting by HOI CHIU, Hong Kong’s premier sand-painting artist, and a Fusion of

Indian and fusion dance by OXANA Banshikova, professional Bharata Natyam dancer.

JULY 14-16th at the Fringe Club –  ANCIENT SECRETS OF LIGHT
our new multimedia show with live sand pain
ting, contemporary dance, Indian Fusion, mask theater, interactive opening ritual and live lighting and dance video!!! 

Tickets are available now at  www.hkticketing.com

Evolution 2011 – Asia Yoga Conference

Cosmic Dance is proud to be one of the studio partners of the Evolution, Asia Yoga Conference in 2011. Don’t miss the biggest Yoga event in Asia – you can contact us for the referral code.



Asia Yoga Conference is Asia’s largest annual conference organizer that brings together the best and most renowned yoga masters from across the globe. Dedicated to serving the growing interest and understanding of yoga in the Asian region.

The conference unites an extensive mix of yoga traditions and cultures from the east and west. The conference brings an average of 3,000 + yogis and yoginis from all around Asia the opportunity to increase their awareness of the rich history and disciplines of yoga.

With more than 196+ classes of different levels and styles, this event allows students to choose sessions that cater to their interests and abilities to grow from within.


9-12 June, 2011 (Thursday – Sunday)


Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre (South Wing/ Phase 1/ Old Wing)

1 Expo Drive, Wanchai District, Hong Kong

(852) 2582 8888

For more information about classes, workshops, teachers and detailed schedule of the conference  click on the link below:

Evolution 2011 – www.asiayogaconference.com

Cosmic Dance performing for unveiling of   Amitabh Bachchan’ wax figure at Madame Tussauds in Hong Kong.

It was a lot of  fun and great pleasure to perform for the unveiling of Amitabh Bachan’s wax figure at Madame Tussauds. He is the first among Indian Actors to be exhibited at the Tussauds museum in Hong Kong and hopefully will start and new trend.







And I never imagined him being so tall!









Moses Chan (an award-winning actor from Hong Kong ) was the star guest of the event and seamed like a very nice  person – not afraid to try Indian Dance moves 😉  which was cheered by the crowd of his fans.