20. December 2017 - 19:00 till 21:30
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Winter Solstice Celebration with Bettina Rothe & David Yates | Wednesday, 20. December 2017

DREAMTIME:
A 5Rhythms® Movement & Musical Celebration of the Winter Solstice
Facilitated by Bettina Rothe
Live Music by David Yates & Delyar Rahmdel

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 as we celebrate the return of the light. Moving within the 5Rhythms®, we honour the Stillpoint together.

Accompanied by sound healer Delyar Rahmdel and Breathwood artist David Yates, we will co-create an evening of ritual, celebration and renewal. ()

Tickets: $25 – $35 sliding scale
No one will be turned away due to lack of funds.

This is a fund raising event. Please give what you can. The proceeds will be donated to Covenant House to support homeless youth ().

We recommend getting your tickets early as this event will sell out!

Please send an e-transfer to (security answer: dreamtime) to purchase your ticket.

Doors open at 6:30 PM. We begin at 7 PM.

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  • Money sent. Looking forward to it! <3
  • Dear Ones, tickets are selling fast. If you feel called to joining us please get yours soon. Tickets: $25 – $35 sliding scale No one will be turned away due to lack of funds. This is a fund raising event. Please give what you can. The proceeds will be donated to Covenant House to support homeless youth (http://www.covenanthousebc.org/). We recommend getting your tickets early as this event will sell out! Please send an e-transfer to bettina.rothe@gmail.com (security answer: dreamtime) to purchase your ticket.
  • About the musicians who will offer their magic: David Yates: "The didgeridoo catapulted me into the Vancouver world music scene, and I was soon being invited into collaboration with a range of incredible musicians, from Alcvin Ramos to Pepe Danza. The world fusion duo Naad invited me to join them, and we become a ****. Jubiloso, Bells of Concordia even invited me to Edmonton to perform a number of pieces with them. I quickly branched out into other instruments including the native flute, jaw harp, and percussion such as the asalatos, caxixi, djembe, cajon and udu. A brief stint working at Gandharva Loka, the world music store on Granville Island, introduced me to gongs, the sansula, chimes, and a range of otherworldly sounds. Now I enjoy playing for yoga classes, sound journeys, concerts and festivals of all kinds, with performances ranging from the BC Buddhist Festival to Starbelly Jam in the Kootenays, Luminosity and Blessed Coast in Squamish, and many more to come." http://breathwood.com/ Delyar Rahmdel: Delyar is an Iranian multi-instrumentalist. After Graduating from Tehrans music conservatory, she continued her classical studies in Flute and Piano in Cambridge, Uk. Since then, she has found new inspiration for music by learning about the healing aspects of sound. She now enjoys playing music that uplifts the soul and takes the listener on an inner journey.