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.

International Dance Extravaganza 2011!

Don’t miss International Dance Extravaganza at the Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts, January 11th 2011, Tuesday  7:30p.m to 10:00 pm. This is a variety dance show and there will be up to 18 different international performances.
Last year’ show was sold out in a couple of weeks and was a huge success. Featuring the best dancers and variety of dance styes from around the world. That is the place to be to see the best of HK dance scene!
This year I will be performing a newly choreographed fusion dance.. surprise 😉
See you all at the super cool variety dance show of the year!

My new  website: http://www.cosmic-dance.com

The time has come, when I decided to have a separate (more official looking) site to showcase and promote not only my work but work of all dancers and and all performances of Cosmic Dance group.

So, I might use this blog for its original purpose and actually try blogging on a regular bases, not only posting from time to time ;-). There are so many things I would like to write and discuss and being away from India and all my dance friends for so long makes me want to share thoughts with the world.

The new site was designed by my own very best dad all the content would not be possible without my friends and much loved students and finally the beautiful photo on the  home page was taken by a very talented photographer Michelle Garthe.

As you can see, my work is very personal to me and very close to my heart because of all the people’s help and encouragement.

Bye for now, and see you here or at  www.cosmic-dance.com


We All Are Cosmic Dancers

20th of May, 2010 at the Fringe Theater, HK

Produced by Oxana Banshikova, artistic director of Cosmic Dance.

Our creative adventure exploring Bharatanatyam Indian Classical dance in      its purest ancient form and popular modern fusion style.

The best choreographies by Cosmic Dance group who have been performing    for the past two years in Hong Kong.

Featuring students of Cosmic Dance and professional dancers; all sharing      passion and love for Indian Classical Dance.

Event was a once again success and hours of hard practice and sleepless nights brought our group closer together. The biggest challenge of the night was the frequent costume changes. For some up to 4 times during this show and within 5 minutes. Parts of costumes and jewelry were getting missing in the rush but everyone did a great job and everyone was dressed and ready to dance in time. That was a great experience that made us stronger.

Thank you to:

Maggie Blue O’Hara for your beautiful voice and presence.

Jamie Wu  for the light and music

Talented and hard working dancers:


Deepa Natarajan

Iris Li

Joan Chan

Malin Oskarsson

Pearl Sze

Po Ying Chan

Radha So

Teresa Cheung



All Theatre Art Association and Oxana Productions Co-Presented:

The Journey of the Lotus

A celebration of spring exploring the inner search for happiness and enlightenment

The show is aimed to  awaken your senses with a sensual and sacred evening of Classical Indian Dance, Contemporary Dance, Live Music and Poetry by the Indian poet, Rabindranath Tagore .

 “I knew not then that it was so near, that it was mine, and that this perfect sweetness had blossomed in the depth of my own heart.”-Tagore

Maggie Blue O’Hara (Canada) Co-Artistic Director of All Theatre Art Association and Oxana Banshikova (Kazakhstan) Performer/ Choreographer/ Teacher of Bharat Natyam, Classical Indian Dance fused their dance styles from the West and the East and co-created a magical night of performances inspired by the poetry of Tagore.  The dancers represent The Past, Present and The Future and the choreography weaves them together to finally complete the spiritual quest…realizing that the present moment is the gift.

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