Sika - Sound Journey and All Day Workshop, Friday 16th August.
We are so excited to be welcoming the amazing Sika back to Wishes for a full day Sound Experience! Join us during the day for an awesome Sound Healing Workshop and then in the evening for a deep Sound Journey!
As before, both of these events will be special, intimate gatherings and as such spaces are strictly limited.
Full Day Workshop - £90 Very Limited SpacesEarly Bird - £80Evening Sound Journey - £35 Limited SpacesEarly Bird - £30Full Day Sound Journey Experience (Workshop + Sound Journey) - £110 Very Limited SpacesEarly Bird - £100Early Bird Prices Expire: Tuesday 16th July 2019
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All day workshop and evening Sound Journey!
Sika’s sounds invoke a primal memory; a gateway for reconnection to ourselves, to earth and to great mystery.
In this intimate one-day workshop from 10.30am – 4.00pm – Sika will gently hold space for our own, deeply personal inner enquiry. We’ll experience a series of healing Sound Journeys throughout the day, carrying us into a state of deep relaxation. These powerful Sound Journeys naturally go out beyond our-self, to support the healing of other people, animals and the land. There will be opportunities to explore all these intentions, in ways that can profoundly change our lives. Workshop participants will also feel the physical vibration of the didgeridoo and drum, as Sika moves around the space while playing.
The evening Sound Journey will be from 7.00pm – 9.00pm and is open for anyone to attend either with the day workshop, or on its own. There will be a short intermission to stretch and have a cup of tea.
Sika has been offering Sound Journeys for 25 years. Based in New Zealand, he is recognised by significant Māori, Native American and Aboriginal elders, including the Yuin tribe of South Australia.
Sika plays intuitively from his beloved collection of natural instruments: Didgeridoo, drums, native flutes, rattles and Māori taonga puoro (‘singing treasures’). He also uses voice, field recordings and natural objects like leaves and shells.