Earthdance ~ Special event with First Nations Song Man
EARTHDANCE ~ Winter special with Indigenous Musician
~ Our special guest is bringing didgeridoo, story and the whale dreaming. ~
Earthdance is a meditation and movement practice inspired by the Australian landscape. We invite musicians into this space to guide our meditation and then… we dance, to a set list of soul full songs.
This will be a unique event as we will have an elder bringing his music with guitar, didgeridoo and extraordinary vocals. This man is an activist for his people and for the oceans. He is connected to the whale dreaming and brings a big message to the people about the spiritual nature of these animals and the need to protect them.
So join us for a night of whale sounds, didgeridoo, indigenous story, meditation and dance!
All genders welcome here.
~ 50% of proceeds will go to our special guest to support his work in protecting the oceans ~
~ I acknowledge the land in which we dance, the ancestors of this land, the traditional custodians, and the land in which this dance was birthed. ~
As a meditation and movement practice there is no need for dance experience. All humans welcome here.
Saturday 13th April: 7.00pm-9.45pm
Venue: CERES Learning Centre, Crn Roberts and Stewart st, East Brunswick
Contribution $45 (concession rates available)
*Our doors are open to all, if you are unable to pay please contact me about our donation on door option.
Please arrive early to allow time to find the venue and settle in.
We will begin the opening circle shortly after 7pm.
Earthdance is a meditation and movement practice inspired by the Australian landscape. It was conceived and first facilitated in Alice Springs in 2016 when I was on a journey of listening and following my connection to indigenous and country.
We come together monthly, in collaboration with local musicians. Our meditation is a guided meditation with live music and our movement is an exploration of how we are moved by our emotion – energy in motion. This is a ceremony, to return to our nature and reconnect to the Earth beneath our feet.