SOUL

What’s on at the SOUL tree on the 31st December?

 

10:00 – 10:45 Yoni Love for Conscious Women A brief introduction to the Yoni and how to embody self-love, self-healing, feminine energy and sexual power through conscious practices designed to honour & nurture Her.
11:00 – 11:45 Mens Circle Calling all men to sit in circle; to share, connect and be vulnerable together, to heal our wounds and step into our masculine power.
12:00 – 12:45 Womens Circle Sit in a circle of men and be supported in sharing what’s real for you. This is a space to be vulnerable together and practice stepping fully into our power.
13:00 – 13:45 Poetry and Tarot drop-in! Poetry: Mitotu will be offering one-to-one poetry collabs. You can walk away with whatever we create that ends up on a page. Tarot: At the end of the year we often find ourselves reflecting on the past, and wondering about where life will take us next. Perhaps consulting the Zen Tarot may provide interesting insight into your life situation.
14:00 – 14:45 Conscious living. ‘Wake up’ to what is and step into who you truly are. Know the present moment and your states of being. Raise awareness of the patterns in your life that don’t serve you.
15:00-15:45 Cacao Ceremony This experiential journey will open your heart, heal blockages, allow you to let go of negative energy and….have a blast! The delicious ceremonial cacao is mixed with honey, cayenne pepper and cinnamon to give you a flavourful experience.
16:00-16:45 Connection Exercises Join us for some fun get-to-know-you exercises as we come together for Kilifi New Year Festival.
A great opportunity to make friends with people you haven’t spoken to yet, and deepen existing friendships.
17:00-18:45 Drum-Jam Therapy Take part in a collaborative music experience playing traditional instruments from the Great Nile River region. It is both relaxing and meditative. James Matekwa a.k.a Inspecta walks you through it assisted by Amber Woods and Jenny Hibberd

What’s on at the SOUL tree on the 1st January?

10:00 – 10:45 Yoga Nidra Yoga nidra or yogic sleep is a state of consciousness between waking and sleeping, like the “going-to-sleep” stage. It is a state in which the body is completely relaxed, and the practitioner becomes systematically and increasingly aware of the inner world by following a set of verbal instructions
11:00 – 11:45 Poetry and Tarot drop-in! Poetry: Mitotu will be offering one-to-one poetry collabs. You can walk away with whatever we create that ends up on a page. Tarot: At the end of the year we often find ourselves reflecting on the past, and wondering about where life will take us next. Perhaps consulting the Zen Tarot may provide interesting insight into your life situation.
12:00 – 12:45 Heart Meditation An opportunity to drop your guard, and learn how to connect with others with authenticity. A powerful experience to bring you into your heart, and meet each other beyond ideas of right and wrong.
13:00 – 13:45 Yoni Love for Conscious Men A brief introduction to the Yoni, and how men can develop practices to consciously honour and nourish this sacred gateway to a woman’s body.
14:00 – 14:45 Wim Hof Method Breathwork We’re always breathing, yet we’re mostly unaware of its tremendous potential. Heightened oxygen levels hold a treasure trove of benefits, and the specialized breathing technique of the Wim Hof Method unearths them all: more energy, reduced stress levels, and an augmented immune response that swiftly deals with pathogens.
15:00-15:45 Honouring Earth – 7 Days of Rest Global Recalibration Part of the global 7 Days of Rest initiative Jan1-7 2019, this is a ceremony to symbolically heal the divides between and rebalance The Sacred Feminine & The Sacred Masculine.
16:00-16:45 Cacao Ceremony This experiential journey will open your heart, heal blockages, allow you to let go of negative energy and….have a blast! The delicious ceremonial cacao is mixed with honey, cayenne pepper and cinnamon to give you a flavourful experience.
17:00-18:45 Drumming Therapy Take part in a collaborative music experience playing traditional instruments from the Great Nile River region. It is both relaxing and meditative. James Matekwa a.k.a Inspecta walks you through it assisted by Amber Woods and Jenny Hibberd