Curiosity Breath ~ Movement ~ Sound
Join Jeffrey C Sorensen and the breathARMY community in the lovely Lake Country Art Gallery for an evening of curious exploration into breath, movement and sound.
Breathwork will be the main modality of the evening, accompanied by meditation, mantra, dance, sound healing and more
SPACE IS LIMITED!!! Sign up at https://www.breatharmy.com/store
It is recommended that you purchase your ticket soon to avoid disappointment!
Can't wait to see you there!
Jeff is the founder of breathARMY. His mission is to educate, inspire and empower others to live to their true potential. He offers tools to break through the structures that hold us back from living and expressing that potential in the world. Jeff has studied, trained and practiced with some of the world's leading breathwork and movement facilitators. Wim Hof, Patrick McKeown, Brian Mackenzie, David Shannahoff Khalsa and Jhenneviev Heartt are a few of the influences that have led to the creation of breathARMY, a unique offering of breathwork, meditation, movement and exposure to natural stressors that help us to regain our own true nature. Jeff also works as a paramedic for the British Columbia Ambulance Service and resides in Victoria, BC.
The current exhibition at Lake Country Art Gallery:
On the Eighth Day, is an exhibition of works by Julie Oakes and Christian Bernard Singer that explores the act of creating as inherently linked to the ability to destroy in order to bring about harmony and peace, or chaos and loss. As we grapple with the climate crisis and a world pandemic, humans are being given an opportunity to review our relationship with the land that we were given, but on which we are merely passing tenants.
COVID distancing regulations will be observed. These special protocols/guidelines do not necessarily reflect our beliefs but we, as community space holders, want to be able to keep gathering and to minimize risk for the collective, so we need to adhere to the rules and guidelines set out by health authorities.
Thank you for sharing the responsibility with us:
*Do not attend if you are feeling unwell at all or have any symptoms
*If returning from an out of country trip you are required to self-quarantine for 14 days
*Sanitize or wash your hands upon arrival at the event and again before leaving (sanitizer will be provided)
*Maintain 6 feet physical distancing at all times
*Unfortunately, no shaking hands or hugs or physical contact while at the event, anywhere onsite
*Bring only essential items you need with you
*If you wish to wear a face mask please bring one with you
Exchange is $55
Join Alison Beaumont & Pippa Dean-Veerman, Community Engagement Coordinators, as they take you through a slow look at the the current exhibition "On The Eighth Day" ,
This is an interactive session over zoom, where you will be guided through an hour of mindful looking at two works from the exhibition and artists Julie Oakes & Christian Bernard Singer.
This event is FREE to join, just sign up through Eventbrite, zoom details will be sent out two days prior to the event.
Register Here - https://www.eventbrite.ca/e/126657007519
Questions? email us firstname.lastname@example.org
Sound Bath Meditation @Lake Country Art Gallery
Take in an evening of art and sound meditation, the current exhibition at the Lake Country Art Gallery is On The Eighth Day is an exhibition of works by Julie Oakes and Christian Bernard Singer that explores the act of creating as inherently linked to the ability to destroy in order to bring about harmony and peace, or chaos and loss. As we grapple with the climate crisis and a world pandemic, humans are being given an opportunity to review our relationship with the land that we were given, but on which we are merely passing tenants.
This sound bath will be led by Elysha Gagne (@hoopeluv), who will be guiding you through the experience. Feel rejuvenated by this harmonic healing meditation. Surrounded and immersed in vibrations. Delivered through modern crystal and antique Tibetan singing bowls.
Bring your pillows, blankets, yoga mats and snuggle into the comforting sounds of these tranquil instruments.
Please arrive 15 minutes early to settle in and take time to enjoy the art on display.
SPACE IS LIMITED for COVID safe experience
- tickets are $25 each
- sign up early at https://www.showpass.com/sound-bath-meditation-on-the.../
We are excited to announce that Artist Destanne Norris will be hosting her first Book Signing event for Leah's Gift in conjunction with the current exhibition:
Join us for tea and a talk at the LCAG on Saturday, March 7th, from 1 - 3 pm. We will be discussing the work on display during the Ekphrastic Poem Exhibition with artists Michael Griffin, John Waite and Lois Huey-Heck, as well as Jude Clarke and John Lent.
The term ‘ekphrastic’ originates from a Greek expression for description. The earliest ekphrastic poems were vivid accounts of real or imagined scenes. Through effusive use of details, writers in ancient Greece aspired to transform the visual into the verbal. Later poets moved beyond description to reflect on deeper meanings. Today, the word ‘ekphrastic’ can refer to any literary response to a non-literary work.
This exhibition, An Ekphrastic Poem, asks you, the viewer, to be the poet. Give ekphrasis a try…
*pick an artwork from this exhibition
*start a conversation with art work, ask questions, invent a response
*reflect on details in the work
*tell a story
The poem can take on any form, haiku, limerick, sonnet, narrative, you decide.
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