Singing without restraint

Discover the pleasure of singing and dancing without restraint in a creative voice and movement workshop on Monday, July 4 at Deer Heart Sanctuary on Hornby Island.

Discover the pleasure of singing and dancing without restraint in a creative voice and movement workshop on Monday, July 4 at Deer Heart Sanctuary on Hornby Island.

Hear your voice make sounds that are interesting and beautiful; feel the pleasure of  warming up your bones with a laughter jam; create intertwining sound patterns in a song circle,  and discover your unique ability to improvise.

Singer/ songwriter/ VocalEase instructor Joanna Finch has worked with Rhiannon, Su Hart of Baka Beyond and has studied creative music at the Vancouver Creative Music Institute. Joanna’s warm personality and playful teaching style invites people to open up and rediscover their  playful natures.

Bring your older children to this all-ages workshop that begins at 10 and goes till 1:30. To register, call Joanna at 250-792-3717.

For details and directions to Deerheart Sanctuary, go to www.deerheartsanctuary.com.

Joanna’s music can be heard at www.reverbnation.com/joannafinch?ref=ts and http://www.myspace.com/joannafinc.

 

— Joanna Finch

 

 

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