Ẹ n lẹ! Salut! Olá! Hello!
Welcome all our friends and supporters and thank you for your patience with our February updates and news: boy have we been busy!
Here are our updates in brief:
Classes, Workshops and a discount code for newsletter readers
Below you can read more, or head to our website to find out the nitty gritty details!
Have a wonderful march into Spring!
We would love to hear from you, help you on your being human journey and see you in our workshops soon!
IETM: We will be flapping our wings once more!
(Photo above by Anna Miller from Harambee Pasadia)
We are super excited to announce that Ladylike is back!
Dancers Azara Meghie, Hsing Ya Wu, Anna Alvarez and Lucia Afonso and choreographer Ella Mesma will be bringing back Ladylike next month at the IETM in Hull!
Come and join us? Ladylike is a superheroines journey about gender roles and relationships: Are you a chicken or are you a heroine? In the wake of #MeToo comes a funny and furious show from Ella Mesma Company.
Upcoming Workshops: HOME Series and The Masks We Wear
I originally developed the content of the HOME series workshops to facilitate the telling of the performers stories in a way that was healing and affirming. They have evolved into a series of 7 movement meditations inspired by the chakra system.
Chakras are the centres in our bodies in which energy flows through: if they are blocked this keeps us from flowing freely in our lives, for example feeling grounded, our ability to accept others and new experiences, our ability to be confident and in control of our lives, our ability to love and be loved.
We all have our natural and unique talents to share with the world, and I love draw these out in everyone: coming home to who we are through imagination and how we move authentically! (Read more here):
24th February: WOMB at The Place, London TIMES: 16.00-18.00
2nd March: HOME at Siendo Art of Being, Lisbon
8th March: The Masks We Wear at Encounters at Yorkshire Dance, Leeds (Enquire here)
31st March: SING at The Place, London
14th April: WOMB at Trinity, Bristol
28th April: CREATE at The Place, London
Here is a special discount for Newsletter readers: http://bit.ly/2U3hfkI
I also teach a regular yoga class at https://theyogaspace.co.uk/
Teaching at the Afro Latin Festival in Johannesburg, South Africa
I will be teaching at the Johannesburg Afro Latin Festival 14 – 17 March 2019! alongside an incredible line up of artists!
I am super excited to return to SA after a wonderful six weeks there this summer and to be teaching at such an incredible festival: The Johannesburg Afro Latin Festival is about bringing cultures, nations, races and age-groups together through afro-latin music and dance and celebrating the energy and regeneration of johannesburg, otherwise known as ‘Jozi’… read more about the line up, co founders and more below:
I have just landed from what I can only describe as the best, most extreme, most epic trip of my life: Nigeria really felt like a high vibrational place where all the spiritual journeys I have been on over the last four years began to take on a deeper meaning.
Travelling with Global Grooves and Gemz Mas Band for the Imo State Carnival, the best way to describe Nigeria is as medicine for the soul: not always easy but transformational if you are able to receive the lessons… Even where to begin with the day to day experiences of Nigeria I cannot… but I feel I truly understood the saying “As above so below” because with each disaster, an equally amazing experience happened: for each moment of bliss, there was an equally as shocking one… but truly, I think that they were only so sweet tasting because the harshness of some experiences meant we could truly step into gratitude and thus abundance and realise that it’s not about everything being perfect but about seeing the perfection in each moment…
Thank you Nigeria! I hope to meet you again soon