Dreamtime | 5Rhythms® Winter Solstice Celebration & Ritual with Bettina Rothe & David Yates (Live Music)
Part of the proceeds of the event will be donated to Covenant House Vancouver to support homeless youth.
If you need financial support in order to attend the event, please contact Bettina directly at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Please join us in the celebration and honouring of the Winter Solstice.
In harmony with the cycles of nature we dive into the darkness, dancing our dreams and prayers for the new cycle. Seeds of intention are planted in a simple ritual as we celebrate the return of the light.
Moving within the transformative maps of the 5Rhythms® we honour the Stillpoint together with moments of pausing and meditation.
Through the musical offerings of multinstrumentalist David Yates we bring the formless into form and touch the core of our beings.
Please wear black or dark clothing in honour of the Winter Solstice.
Doors open at 6:40 PM and we will begin promptly at 7 PM. Please do your best to arrive on time, so we can co-create a potent space together.
Bettina Rothe is passionate about bringing community together to co-create sacred space in which she invites conscious embodiment and heart centred intimacy. As a somatic coach and licensed 5Rhythms® dance teacher, she draws from a variety of healing movement arts, psychology, meditation, and shamanic practices. She has been teaching workshops internationally since 1998 and has facilitated gatherings at various festivals in the US and Canada.
David Yates is a heartful precision sound ninja. He first delved into the deep power of the didgeridoo in 2009 with his teacher Shine Edgar (who learned from elders of the Noongar people in Australia). He then branched into the realm of sound healing and sound journeys gradually weaving an assortment of powerful instruments into his repertoire. He now plays for a wide range of sound, meditation, dance, and yoga events in spaces throughout Vancouver and beyond, including virtually. His live instrumentation includes the didgeridoo, handpan, native flute, fujara, kalimba, gong, mouth harp, and more.
More info: https://www.instagram.com/breathwoodarts/
Day 1: December 20, 2023
Start time: 07:00 p.m.
End time: 09:30 p.m.