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‘SINGING STONES’ Sound Journey – Treehouse, BEAULIEU
May 12 @ 7:30 pm - 9:30 pm£44.00
Behind the scenes at the Beaulieu Motor Museum, there is a large Tree House set amongst the big old Oaks, with a huge balcony at mid-tree height. It feels such an honour to be amongst the majestic Oak energy, and the other surrounding deep nature of the New Forest.
Getting to the venue is like a short pilgrimage, with our team of shuttle cars to get you from the main car park to deep in the woods. Here we will gather in on the wooden floor making ourselves comfortable together. It will be a cosy fairy-lit affair with room for just 40 of us.
Here we will listen to the ancient sounds of Sika’s instruments, absorb his magical Sound Medicine and be transported through dimensions to reconnect and reconvene with the truth of our being.
Sika will play intuitively, sensing into the energy of the space, using his collection of natural instruments, including: didjeridoo, drums, native flutes, rattles, leaves, stones, shells, bones and Māori Taonga Puoro.
Sika’s voice and breath also play a vital role in this powerful, shamanic exploration.
Please bring a yoga mat, blanket and cushion to lie or sit on. Also a refillable water container and lidded tea cup. More information will be revealed after booking.
Evening Sound Journey runs from 7.30pm – 9.30pm
Doors open at 6.45 for a prompt start at 7.30.
This incredible space will be the scene for our evening of Sound Journeying with Sika. Amidst this Tree House, deeply steeped in a purely natural zone, we will dream and vision in with sounds, in a timeless journey. Profound magic.
Sika is a pioneer of Sound Journeys and multimedia artist.
His work reflects a lifetime of listening to the rhythms of nature.
He is recognised by significant Maori, Native American and Aboriginal elders, including the Yuin tribe of South Australia.
Based in New Zealand, Sika offers Sound Journeys internationally and tours across the United Kingdom. This Singing Stones Tour is the first time he has played in the UK for 3 years.