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This is an adventure into voice and dance to tune into the medicine of the Equinox. We will be using a mix of movement medicine, voice work, song and dance. This residential weekend held in the beautiful Townley hall, harvesting the fruits of the year through simple acknowledgment using spoken word, voice and dance in the company of others.
This is about celebrating the victory of Life its self, especially in these deeply challenging times, both on a personal and interpersonal level. No need to have any voice or dance experience! Celebration of even the supposedly small things that provide the fire of heart needed for next steps.
We will take time round the fire to share together, to be outside on the stunning land of Townley hall. We will spend time in Ceremony, with both voice and dance.
Movement Medicine is a deeply creative movement and dance practice that will reconnect you to the wisdom of living from the heart, the joy of knowing who you are and the satisfaction of making your unique contribution to life. Movement Medicine will deepen your connection to yourself, your creativity and the integrity and guidance of your own soul.
Somatic voicework is a compassionate and non judgmental approach to voice that welcomes our sound just as it is. During this weekend we will be exploring the joy of voice and dance together, reclaiming the natural ability we have to sound and move, sing and dance. This style of group singing and sound is perfect for shy sounders/ singers and welcomes all abilities.
Yasia is a Somatic Voicework and Movement Facilitator and Chant leader.
She uses the mediums of movement and voice to support and empower individuals and groups. Her passion is to empower others to find their voice - the instinctive and intuitive voice as well as the literal. www.yasia.org
David is a School of Movement Medicine Faculty member and a fully qualified psychotherapist, he integrates these skills and his passion for shamanic pathways into his work in Ireland and extensively throughout Europe.www.embodiment.ie