Celebrating Summer Solstice

When: on Friday 21st June.
Where: At Ham Library (Richmond), Ham Street, TW10 7HR
Time: 7pm to 9pm (with possible extension by singing in the park)
Cost: 15 GBP (to be paid on the day)
Bookings: please book your space at maria@singing4health.com

After a sucess in the Spring Equinox singing workshop, we will do our Summer Solstice at Ham Library, so we will have more space to allow for more singers.
Summer Solstice, the longest day of the year, is celebrated by people all over the world, as a time of great light. Embracing nature and enjoying singing and dancing is a part of it in most traditions, from Pagan rituals on this day of Litha, to the bonfires of St John’s night in the Christian one. We will be singing and we will do a Summer Solstice meditation.
The event is a multi sensory experience, so if you want to be atuned in colour to those of the fire, enjoy being creative and chose to dress in fiery colours. Water, fruit and juice will be available.

Note that the activity is celebratory and recognizes all beautiful ways to celebrate the sun in different traditions, but is in no way religious, although its inclusive of all faiths, no faiths, and ideas, and it’s based in Creativity and 21 years of experience as an artist and voice teaching and community singing.

So get ready and book your place and prepare for a joyful event where to meet others and share singing and mindfulness on this special day!