Dance Tara In Virginia Beach Nov-Dec

Tara Dance & Dharma Events in Virginia
with Jacquelyn and Rigdzin Zavaleta

All are welcome to Tara & Dharma Dance Practice!

Tara is the Tibetan Goddess of Compassion

Who swiftly comes to the aid of anyone who calls.


For information about any of the events contact

Jacquelyn 1-510-526-2343


Introduction to the Dances of Tara

These fun, intro events strengthen your connection

To the Divine through prayerful dance, meditation, and song.
An experience of deep healing.

Fellowship of Inner Light    757-428-5782
620-14th Street, Virginia Beach, Va 23451

Nov 22 (Fri) 7-9pm
Nov 30 (Sat) 3-5pm
Dec 2 (Mon) 7-9pm
By Donation.

Interactive Art

Using universal symbols we explore

Spiritually, physically, emotionally and mentally.

Association for Research and Enlightenment
215 67th Street
Virginia Beach, VA 23451
Virginia Beach, VA 23451
Toll-free: 800-333-4499
Local: 757-428-3588

*Free event Nov 23 (Sat) 3-4 PM


Jacquelyn Sendak-Zavaleta Joined the Tara Dhatu Student Teacher Program in 2000, and has danced on pilgrimages in Nepal, India, & Japan. She has danced in Arizona, Hawaii, California and facilitated Intro to Tara Dance programs in New Mexico, Vermont, Virginia, and California.

She studied and received empowerments of Tara & others from Lama Kunga and Jetsuma of the Sakya school, Namkai Norbu Rimpoche (Dzogchen Master), His Holiness the Dalai Lama, Karmapa, Lama Tenzin Wangyal, etc. Currently she Leads a Community Sacred Dance Circle in Albany, California and has also studied two lineages of Tibetan Yoga.

Rigdzin Zavaleta, her husband, is in Tara Dhatu Student teacher program, and will be leading the meditations. He has received many Tara & other empowerments from various Tibetan Masters from several traditions. He has been a practioner for over 45 years and is able to clearly communicate how to do a GuruYoga practice of becoming One with the Deity.
He assisted the dancers on the Tara pilgrimage in 2001 to India and Nepal. In 2010 he danced as protector in Japan, California, and Tara camp in Hawaii.