Celebrate Autumn Equinox with Singing and Meditation

Sunday 22nd September 2019, 19.00-21.00

The harvest is winding down, the crops have been plucked and stored for the coming winter and we celebrate mid-harvest festival with song. The Pagan tradition called it Mabon, and we celebrate the balance between light and darkness. A time for thankfulness and reflection.
We will learn songs by memory (as in the Natural Voice approach) and will end the session with a meditation.
Please bring a pillow if you would like to sit on the floor to meditate.
Refreshments will be provided.
Where: Cambrian Community Centre, 1 Grove Rd, Richmond TW10 6SN
Check here the Meetup group for the event.

Celebrate Winter Solstice with Singing and Meditation

Saturday 21st December, 18.30-20.30

As we reach the depth of darkness of the year, the sun stops declining with a promise of light. Yule, or Winter Solstice traditions are many an varied, and as the sun is “reborn” it’s a time for introspection.
We will celebrate with seasonal songs of no specific faith, learned by memory (as in Natural Voice workshops) combined with movement, and ending the session in a meditation.
Please bring yourself a pillow if you would like to sit on the floor to meditate (otherwise you can use a chair).
Refreshments will be provided.
Venue TBA


Why singing is good for you (Talk & demonstration)

Thursday 5th September 2019, 19.30-20.30

Did you know that group singing can increase your stamina, improve your posture and strengthen your immune system? Medical research shows that singing is also a natural anti-depressant and can help you boost your confidence. These features and many more interesting stories about singing will be presented by Maria Soriano, director of Singing4Health CIC and Mindful Singing leader, in a hands-on presentation about the many benefits of singing together, where you will also have the opportunity to join in song.
Where: Kingston Upon Thames Library, Fairfield Road, KT1 2PS
This is a free event.