Come along, relax, release and be blissfully immersed in a sea of divine vibrations!
Starting with a beautiful sound bath where we can deeply relax and reconnect, we will then move into a dance celebrating the Divine Play and Love within us, all being supported by a team of amazing sound healers and musicians.
This event will be fun, connecting, relaxing, and deeply healing, and is made possible by a unique collaboration of musicians and sound healers who have donated their time for a good cause!
Creating the beautiful soundscapes and harmonies will be gongs, tibetan bowls, didgeridoo, flute, voice, handpan, djembe, and more.
All proceeds will go to help fundraising for the building costs for the new Leela, including paying for the lighting and some of the new walls that have recently been installed.
3pm Opening circle with sound and gentle movement
3.30pm - Lie down and be immersed in the sound bath
4:45pm - Gradually move into dance, play and celebration
6pm - Finish
This event will be the perfect antidote for these busy and fast moving times. Leela is all about bringing people together, and we are blessed to have so many amazing musicians who will be creating vibrational support for us to have an amazing experience like never before.
Please arrive on time to ensure we can all experience the fullness of what this event can offer.
• Freya Lindblom: Serene healing medicine voice.
• Vik Nithy: Voice channel for South Indian Carnatic Music, originating in during the Bhakti Movement thousands of years ago.
• Mignon Lee-Warden: Divine Songs.
• Anick Patry: American Indian (Algonquin) songlines
• Nige King: on Didgeridoo, Tibetan bowls and North American Indian flute
• Patty Kikos: on Harmonic Gong.
• Curt Hannagan: on Handpan and Djembe drum.
• Delilah Deepwater: on Shamanic Drum, Rattles, Tibetan Bowls, Voice Portal and Dance Facilitation
Tickets are limited, so be sure to reserve your space!
WHAT IS LEELA?
Leela is a not-for-profit organisation, run by volunteer conscious facilitators to help support people on a journey of conscious growth, connection and transformation.
The Leela ethos is completely non-judgemental, inclusive, and supportive of each person to find and embody their own unique expression of creativity and love. By creating spaces for connection and community, we open opportunities for people to inspire and support each other on every step of life's journey.
The Leela Centre in Darlinghurst has just opened, and we are excited for all the possibilities that have been created in this new space.