Stage Acts

Paul King at Life Arts mind body spirit festival

Saturday 9.50am

Opening Ceremony: Chris Cozens & Keith Goodwin


Performing both days at various times


Rami has travelled extensively both performing and teaching overtone singing, Khoomei Mongolian throat singing, didgeridoo, jaw harp, Tibetan singing bowls, Native American flutes, symphonic gongs and other harmonic instruments from around the world. He has been playing all these beautiful harmonic instruments and overtone singing for about eighteen years and have performed in festivals, exhibitions, radio programs and concerts. He will be performing with his lovely wife Ivana Shaafi who will accompany Rami on didgeridoo and percussion – enjoy!

Ian Haywood

Ian Haywood

Performing both days at various times


Ian Haywood is a concert pianist and composer from Chelmsford, UK, signed to Oakfield Records. He writes ambient piano music with classical influences and currently has his first album due for release in all online digital download retail stores and streaming sites.

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Wayne McHugh

Wayne McHugh

Performing both days at various times

Wayne McHugh

Wayne has been working as a Spiritual Medium, Intuitive Teacher and Life Speaker for many years, channeling and sharing his inspiration with many people through his Clairvoyance, Workshops, Music, Healing and Art.
He will be sharing his music including the beautiful angelic infused tones of ‘The Angel Song’ taken from his debut album ‘Angel Eyes’.  This song has a touching story from one of his many enlightening spiritual experiences he encountered whilst working as a Paramedic. 

Wayne can be contacted via:

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Sunday only 11am -11.20am & 1pm - 1.20pm

Bards of Heath

John Goodluck first turned professional in March 1971 after having founded & run the Ipswich Traditional Folk Music Club for many years. This led to his successful solo career in Folk Clubs, Theatre, Radio & T.V and Recording Studios. He went on to form the popular ceilidh band ‘Trunkles’ which toured the UK & Europe. Now singing and performing occasional gigs around East Anglia with his new group Bards of the Heath. Otherwise can be heard playing in his bird-friendly garden at Martlesham Heath or on board his Sailfish boat on the river Deben. John and his partner Jo are currently writing their own material which is being played in local venues with Bards of the Heath.

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Sandra Jones

Sandra Jones

Performing both days at various times

Sandra Jones

Sandra will be playing her beautiful saxophone sounds on stage at various times and is available for weddings, parties etc.

Sandra is a Transcendentalist, Holistic Therapist working on the mind, body, spirit & soul through the medium of Reiki and has been a Reiki Master Teacher since 2003. She takes a human approach in her work while acknowledging that each individual is unique. She finds that Hypnotherapy (Psycho analysis, Dream analysis, Past Life Regression, Fast Track Phobia Cure, Dental Phobia) is an interesting tool for releasing emotions, changing attitudes and encouraging positive ideas. Her basic tenit is: Find The Cause, Remove The Cause and then there shall be no effect and if you can’t remove the cause then Change your attitude towards it. Through the power of Meditation and the practice of Qigong, Sandra quickly learned how important Holistic Health is and went on to practice Indian Head Massage, Holistic Face Massage and Hopi Ear Candling.


Paul King at Life Arts mind body spirit festival

Performing Saturday

Charlotte Spooner - CREATIVE DANCE

Co-creating dance is a very empowering experience. In this Creative Dance performance you will see how the children are able to express their feelings by sharing them openly through speech and then through dance. Creative Dance is all about freedom, self-expression and acceptance. As the essence of each child blossoms, their confidence grows.

Charlotte is a professional dancer, singer and teacher. She runs Astara Dance and Theatre School in Chelmsford, with weekly classes for children and adults. Her aim is to assist her students in their self-development using dance as a tool. - Astara Dance and Theatre School - Astara Dance and Theatre School

Sunday 3.50pm

Closing Ceremony: Chris Cozens and Keith Goodwin
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