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HeartSong Weekend Intensive

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Deepen Your Relationship with Song and Sounding over a weekend of focused and inspired mini-workshops, song sharing circles, time spent in nature, good food and good company. We will meet you where you're at, and gently push the edges of your comfort zone wider through witnessed and held song and sounding experience. Explore tools for integrating song into your daily life, as a connection practice for relating to the natural world and yourself.

You don't have to be a song writer, or experienced singer to attend. This workshop is for you and your voice, wherever you find yourself.

Co-facilitators: Kate Sutherland and Kim Brodey
 

Energy Exchange: 
Early Bird (up to Jan 31): $295 
After Jan 31: $335 
Includes dorm-style or tent lodging, as well as meals Saturday and Sunday (guests bring a dish for potluck Friday night) 

Location: Rosseau Sanctuary, Hekkla Ontario

Songlines from the Facilitators... 

Kate: 

My personal relationship with Music feeds me in so many ways, for which I am endlessly grateful. It allows me to explore a rich self-awareness and empowerment journey, deepen my nature and community connection, and dance with life awake and inspired. My purpose for song medicine is to (re)connect people with their birthright to sing, to inspire movement and growth, to bring positivity, hope, love and healing into the world. 

Many songs have come through me into the world, and it is my honour and joy to share this Gift with you all. 

Kim: 

In my 70 years of life, I have been on a journey, with curiosity as my guide, into our humanness, how we make connection, create intimacy, build bridges across differences, and come to know our belonging. 

This journey of healing has been wild and wonder-filled, all fundamental in my development as a facilitator. My intention for all gatherings is we create an engaging and vibrant context, where we explore new territory that invites curiosity, permission and creativity. 

I have had many professions and life experiences. Rural midwife, musician, actor, 37-years of marriage, raising children, grand-mothering, and over 45 years of teaching. All this has, and continues to hone my skills as witness, listener, and mentor.