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Cocoon Rhythym
Jul
1
11:00 AM11:00

Cocoon Rhythym

Feel the vibrations of the cocoon and listen to the inner voice. Emerge through yoga, movement, vocal expression, body percussion and vigorous dance.

Let loose the warrior within and honour, respect and flirt with her energy. Allow the body to flower with the whimsical nature of the breath.

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POZIBLE - Crowdfunding Workshop Adelaide - Learn, Pitch & Collaborate
Jun
1
6:00 PM18:00

POZIBLE - Crowdfunding Workshop Adelaide - Learn, Pitch & Collaborate

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We've put together the perfect event to educate & empower budding crowdfunding campaigners.

The event will give you;

  • An indepth understanding of how crowdfunding works

  • An understanding of the best things to communicate in your campaign

  • The best ways to market your crowdfunding campaign

  • Networks and advice from the people who've crowdfunded before

  • Confidence in your project and campaigning ability

RSVP by clicking the button above - there are very limited tickets available

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DRUMMING WORKSHOPS // Hosted by Sheela Langeberg
Feb
18
11:30 AM11:30

DRUMMING WORKSHOPS // Hosted by Sheela Langeberg

An exciting, energising and fun filled workshop for you to explore and enjoy!

 

AIM

  1. To be in-touch with your inner self
  2. To reclaim the ownership and empower women by giving themselves the permission to play, sing and dance to the sounds of the drum and celebrate life for what it is.

TIME: 11:30am - 1.30pm (2hrs)

COST: $50 (inc. snacks with coffee and tea)

 

WHAT TO BRING

  1. Bring your beautiful self and an open mind.
  2. A Jembe drum 
  3. A sarong or fabric to wrap around your happy hips.
  4. Comfortable clothes to dance and move in (gym gear) and a towel.
  5. Drinking water.

BACKGROUND 

In many countries and especially in Africa, the women haven’t been allowed to play the Drum or Koura instrument, even though it was a woman who discovered and made the first instrument for her hyperactive cousin to try to engage, entertain and distract him as he suffered from what is now recognised as ADHD.

The boy loved and enjoyed the sounds that the instruments made when he played, as well as the chants that his Aunt chanted to the Drumbeats and the charm of the Koura everyday.

With the long practices alongside the buzz of the instruments the boy became very well known in his village and distance villages .Nobody really knew anything about the woman behind the instruments creation, or the joy, relief, freedom and satisfaction she got from being able to find ways to help her long suffering cousin, until now.


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