STAGE PERFORMERS at Woodbridge Mind Body Spirit Festival 2016
STAGE PERFORMERS at Woodbridge Mind Body Spirit Festival
Date: Saturday 2nd and Sunday 3rd April 2016
Ramivana : Healing Sounds
Gong bath & CD’s and instruments. Sounds that are grounding and relaxing and helping your body to heal itself. Harmonic sound healing Gong baths treatments offered!
Ramivana will be performing on stage both Saturday & Sunday
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.
Five musicians from deepest darkest Essex: Ian and Sheena Cundy, Jim Olley, Carol Richardson and Mark Barnard know how to do it. Soulful melodies. Earthy rhythms. Groovy beats. …Witches, Faeries, Angels, the Green Man and the Goddess… Journey with these Pagan folk and meet them all… To celebrate the up and coming release of their new album – Call to Avalon – Morrigans Path are on the pulse, fired up and ready for lift off.
Their time has come.
Ian Haywood – Composer & Pianist
I am a singer songwriter composer and pianist specializing in ambient songs and piano music. I am thrilled to be welcomed back to play piano at Colchester Mind Body Spirit Festival in 2015. I am also delighted to have the opportunity to play my music to spiritually like-minded people, and I hope that my music can help make the world a happier and more peaceful place.
At the end of last year I completed my 2nd album ‘The Beautiful Dream’ which is inspired by the spiritual and natural world, and I look forward to playing music from both this and my 1st album ‘Inspired by Nature’. Come along and meet me and watch one of my new videos!
Bards of the Heath – Vocals, guitar, recorders, mandolin, fiddle, melodeon, djembe and bodran
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.
To contact call 01473 626954 Email: [email protected]ive.co.uk
Sandra Jones: Saxophone – Sandra will be playing her beautiful saxophone sounds on stage at various times and is available for weddings, parties etc.
Tel: 07776 490830 Email: [email protected]
Mystic Bellydance – Performing Saturday
At Mystic Bellydance we enjoy keeping the art of oriental dance alive with our regular classes, workshops, events and performances.
More commonly called ‘Belly Dance’, oriental dance has existed for centuries and can trace it’s dance ancestry back to the mystical east.
We cover the east Suffolk area (Ipswich, Woodbridge, Framlingham, Saxmundham, Southwold, Kessingland, etc) and Mystic Bellydance offers a unique dance experience to students unlike any other, which enables you to make the most of your dance journey with a defined syllabus, ensuring results with fun and laughter along the way, thanks to the Suffolk Belly Dance Academy which was founded in 2014 to address the different ways people learn and provides a way for both student and teacher to monitor dance growth term by term.
for details visit www.mysticbellydance.co.uk