‘nava bodha’ are ancient Sanskrit words meaning ‘to celebrate divine consciousness’.
Please come share in this special winter’s evening celebrating with artistic creations, warming food, and quality time together. I will be joining forces with friends Ilona Weir (harp), Bronnie James (poetry), and Cinzia Schincariol (dance), plus there will be several other wonderful artistic happenings over the evening!
live music • spiritual poetry • physical comedy • aerial artists • visual works • dance
When: Saturday July 29th, 2017 6pm doors open | 6:30pm start
‘til late – supper and connectWhere: The Yoga Cycle Studio
4/22 Ware Street, Thebarton 5031
Supper Complimentary: vegan/gluten free supper and chai tea are complimentary with each ticket
BYO: drinks (wine/beer etc)
Note: this is a no shoes event – shoes left at the door
BOOKINGS: spaces limited – for catering purposes please book online before 22nd July
$40 + booking fee
I am so pleased to be working with Leanne Mollison and team at the Queen Street Pilates Studio, Croydon SA. I am facilitating regular group Meditation and Sound Healing evenings.
In these workshops I will share my practice of mindfulness of the breath, body sensations, emotions, thoughts as well as introduce meditation practices like walking meditation, chanting, even mindfulness of eating.
These workshops are suitable for everyone who is interested in mindfulness, Press your “Pause Button” and gift yourself a truly relaxing and nourishing heart-mind experience that will leave you wanting more.
I am truly delighted to be part of this panel discussing the important topic of mental health in the music industry. The APRA workshop is being held on Tuesday May 30th in Adelaide, please come join us!
This workshop is presented by APRA AMCOS and also another very important organisation Support Act. In fact if you have any spare change this week and would like to make a donation to Support Act, it is a very worthy cause > visit their website here.
Music and the Mind: a panel on mental health
Recent research has shown that there’s a high incidence of depression and anxiety among musicians. With low pay, unreliable work, bullying, stress and other factors all playing a part, keeping your head in check can often be a huge challenge – as can finding support when you need it the most.
To open up discussion about mental health, we’re bringing together a few people for a frank chat about maintaining a healthy – and creative – mind. Lead by Sally Howland (Support Act), the panel will feature psychologist Denni Meredith (ClinPsych Pty Ltd), GP Dr. Jessica Vandekamp (Flinders University Health Service) and artist Heather Frahn. They’ll look at how we can identify mental illness and the steps we can take to support ourselves and others.
Presented by APRA AMCOS and Support Act.
Tuesday May 30th 2017 at 6:00pm
Venue: The Jade Monkey 142-160 Flinders Street Adelaide
a festival celebrating 20 years of Arts in Health @ FMC
Flinders Medical Centre, Adelaide
27 – 31 March 2017
A whopping 36 events over 5 days showcasing the breadth and scope of Arts in Health @ FMC with presentations, panels, performances and participatory workshops run by guest presenters and experienced Arts in Health @ FMC staff and performers.
Don’t miss the twentyfestivalLAUNCH by Hon John Hill on Monday 27th March 2017 from 12 – 1pm, followed by Meet the FMC Artists-in-Residence panel featuring:
Catherine Truman, John Blines, Jessie Lumb, Steph Fuller, Penny Griggs and Dr Michael Michael.
During the week long festival I will be presenting a few sessions in the program, Including…
Buy tickets for Touch & Go at Artplay in Melbourne.
I am honoured to be performing as live musician in the new work Sally Chance Dance called “Touch & Go” for children aged 2 years. The show is touring to Melbourne and Brisbane!
Calling all two-year old children and their adults!
From the team that brought the hugely popular This [Baby] Life and Nursery to past Out of the Box festivals comes a brand new performance work, Touch & Go – a dancing game of cause and effect, carefully created for this curious and hands-on age group.
Touch & Go is dedicated to the mighty two year old, inviting them to enter a special world with two friendly dancers, shapes, pathways and live music. Interspersed with playful enticements to become part of the performance, children are free to take part or observe, venture out or stay close, touch and go – just as they need to.
Creator and Director: Sally Chance
Composer/Musician: Heather Frahn
Performers/Dancers: Stephen Noonan and Felecia Hick
Designer: Wendy Todd
Artistic Associates: Jennifer Andersen and Heidi Weatherald from Pocketfool
Produced by Insite Arts
Touch & Go is an interactive dance theatre work with live music specifically made for 2-year-old children and their parents, grandparents and carers.
The work is performed by 3 performers in an interactive designed space which is alive and responsive.
The show is not suitable for children younger than 24 months or older than 36 months.
Each child must have a participating carer with them within the performance. If the child attends with two adults, one of the adults is designated “accompanying”, and is seated within the space to observe. The participating carer is involved with the child in the show in a series of relaxed and specific playful invitations.
Throughout the show, the performers request that participating carers support their child’s experience. This may involve sitting closely to their child as well as letting the child explore, discussing the show with the child, encouraging their attention and taking care of the child’s security within the performance space.
As a live musician/performer, it’s been a wonderful time recently creating the new work “Touch & Go” with Sally Chance Dance Company. This show is especially for 2 year old children and their families. It’s a fun, playful, and clever performance game that will be setting off on tour this year to Melbourne’s Artplay June 1-4 [book here], and to Brisbane’s Out Of The Box Festival June 23-28 [book here]
Touch & Go invites children aged 24 months, nearly 3 or anything in between to take a breath and view a playful world of shapes and pathways, stepping stones and lines, with two friendly dancers and a live guitarist.
Playful enticements to become part of the performance themselves invite the children to take part or observe, venture out or stay close, touch and go – just as they need to.
From the team that brought This [Baby] Life and Nursery to ArtPlay, this company’s brand new performance work, Touch & Go, is a dancing game of cause and effect, carefully created to be alive and responsive to this powerful and hands-on age group – the mighty two-year old!
I’m excited to announce that I’ll be presenting a soundbath at the beautiful Adelaide Ashtanga Yoga Shala on Sunday June 19th, 2016. To book yourself in for this opportunity, contact Youngblood at the AAYS here www.adelaideashtangayoga.com
Come hear the harmonically rich sounds of twenty metalic singing bowls, Chinese feng gong, overtone singing, and more. “Heavenly Metal” is a live solo concert by Heather Frahn where elements of therapeutic sound and music, meet meditation & experimental sonic art.
At this event you will also enjoy solo performances from Jason Sweeney (as Jason & Silver Moon) and Dave Harry.