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A Girl`s Voice: a BRIDGE to Women

Posted by on 18 Jul, 2014 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

This is a wonderful article written by Trista Hendred, author of the Girl God, a book for young and old children celebrating the Divine Feminine. Enjoy!   A Girl’s Voice: a BRIDGE to Women There is a wound in the world that is specific to women and girls. Many of us take a lifetime to figure out what it is. In my case, giving birth to a daughter was a bridge to my own healing and prompted me to find a new path for both of us. I did not realize how deeply my upbringing in the Church had tainted and still suppressed my core being until I read Patricia Lynn Reilly’s book,  A God...

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Movement Medicine with Laura Valenti in Sacramento

Posted by on 31 Jan, 2014 in Blog, Uncategorized, workshops | 0 comments

Movement Medicine with Laura Valenti in Sacramento

After a long journey with the School of Movement Medicine, I attended in December the first module of the Professional Training. I am currently allowed to teach MM as an apprentice teacher.  When I had a meeting with my teacher Susannah Darling Khan, she said to me I was going to be the gipsy teacher….and I thought wow…yes, this is what is going to happen, after I deeply felt that I couldn`t stay in London anymore on regular basis and that I wanted to travel, especially to places where there are communities living in a way that respects the Earth and embrace the sacred in daily...

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New Movement Medicine class in London

Posted by on 20 Mar, 2013 in Uncategorized | 3 comments

I am very happy to announce a new Movement Medicine class starting in LONDON on Friday 15th. I will be assisting Keef Miles on the dance floor after Drum Circle at Jacksons Lane and I invite you warmly to come to drum and dance!  ‘Human Dancings: A River of Yoga in Motion, an Ocean of Dancing Devotion’ Movement Medicine with Keef Miles (PranaMotion) From Friday 15th March and EVERY Friday going forward, ‘Human Dancings’ will be an opportunity for everyone – no experience required – to re-connect with the Self through movement.  With a wonderful soundtrack of...

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Drumming Out Dementia&Percussive Furniture

Posted by on 15 Mar, 2013 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

I am very happy to share this article written by drummer and designer Thomas Maisey, who has been attending Drum Circles at Jacksons Lane. I am keen to offer the space to artists, therapists an dreamers to experiment and bring new ideas. Thomas brought his percussive chairs and run an experiment with the group.   Percussive FurnitureJanuary saw the sound therapy group take time to experiment with some other sound: the electrical, theamplified, the assistive! A big thank you to Laura, Anna and Mara who volunteered at Jackson’s laneTheatre.The title of the research project Drumming Out...

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