Sound Movement Journey: An embodied one-day journey, exploring voice, sound and movement.
Free entry: Donation to refugees in Greece requested.
Date: 10.30am – 4.30pm, Saturday 12th November 2016
Location: Lantern Centre, Synge St, Dublin 8 (TBC)
Facilitators: Rachel Dempsey and Paula Murphy
Cost: Cash donation on the day of whatever you can afford (minimum €40 suggested). All proceeds will go to PIKPA which provides some of the most vulnerable refugees arriving on the Greek island of Lesvos with shelter and solidarity.
During this ‘retreat’/workshop, experienced practitioners Rachel Dempsey and Paula Murphy will come together to provide a unique opportunity for participants to explore the relationship between voice and body. Participants will be guided in an exploration of vocal sound, freeing the voice and experiencing how sound vibrates and resonates in the body. In parallel they will also be led in mindful engagements with movement and the senses to bring a deeper sense of presence in the body as it finds voice. While sounding and moving we will be mindful of the precarious and dangerous passage of refugees around the world at this time, and celebrate their resistance, courage and cultures.
Paula Murphy, lecturer in Drama Education, Sound Healer & student of Somatic Movement Education and Therapy (ISMETA) with Joan Davis at the Gorse Hill Centre Greystones since 2012.
Rachel Dempsey of GLOBAL HARMONIES, singer, ethnomusicologist and graduate of Daniel Perret’s 2.5 year training in Music & Sound in Personal Development and Healing. Has been running Global Harmonies voice workshops for 20 years.
Preparation/Clothes: Please wear comfortable clothes and soft soled footwear and a packed lunch or dish to share if you wish.
Booking: It is essential to book in advance. You can book here via Eventbrite