Journey with the sacred heart opening medicine of cacao through dance, songs, live music, a sound bath and community supper.
Hosted by A Dancing Freedom & We Are The Universe Dancing.
An invitation to come together in sacred circle and journey with the plant medicine wisdom of cacao opening into the spaciousness of the heart allowing the beauty of your soul and spirit to shine.
We will be travelling with:
medicine songs from around the world
live music and soundbath with special guest Baran Yildiz
space-holding, guidance & music by Caitlin Wood.
NB: You are also very welcome to attend without drinking any Cacao! You can still participate in the ceremony and will receive benefit without any Cacao. Please bring a plate of food to share for our community supper after the ceremony.
About Caitlin Wood:
Caitlin Wood is an artist, dancer, singer, creative therapist and ceremony woman. Over the past 11 years, she has inspired and supported many people to live more soulful, connected lives through the practices of Dancing Freedom & Open Floor. Caitlin is a well known, loved and respected leader within the Sydney Conscious Dance community and lead teacher trainer with Dancing Freedom International. She offers classes, workshops and retreats in Australia & Internationally. Find out more
About Baran Yildiz:
Baran Yildiz is a Sydney based multi-instrumentalist and renowned as one of Australia's most talented handpan players. Baran's music combines melodies and rhythms of the Anatolia, Middle East and Africa with a modern touch on the hand pan, piano and various percussion instruments. Originally trained in classical piano and jazz drums, Baran has gradually become a contemporary world music composer. His first album ‘Interbeing’, released in September 2019, and his anticipated new album, Bridging Worlds, was released in October 2023. Find out more
About We Are The Universe Dancing:
We are a group of people who believe that movement and dance can change the world. We believe that dance, together with music, storytelling and art making are essential human needs and important cultural practices for the health of community and the earth. We know that the earth does not belong to us, but that we belong to the earth.
We host and promote educational and inspirational community events that support the evolution of humanity as guardians of the earth through the protection of land, water & culture.