Welcome to our profile page, here we have details of some of the great teachers, musicians and therapist that we had at the camp last year and we have many more exciting offerings to announce so please keep an eye on this page.

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Har Nal

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Har Nal Kaur is a Kundalini Yoga Teacher Trainer with Amrit Nam Sarovar International Yoga School and is based at the Ashram of Amrit Nam Sarovar at Le Martinet in the French Alps, where she also manages the administration of the Ashram and School. She is the lead trainer on Amrit Nam’s Level 1 teacher training programmes in London, Estonia and Egypt, and is also course organiser for the London training.
Har Nal is devoted to spreading Yogi Bhajan’s teachings and especially dedicated to uplifting and empowering the individual, and to this end she travels widely to teach and give workshops. Her regular workshops include the Eveil de Soi retreat at Le Martinet with Karta Singh and Divine Women workshops in various locations.

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Sarah Westwood

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Having has taught West African drumming for community, school and business groups across the country for over 20 years. She is an enthusiastic and inspiring teacher, known for creating a positive atmosphere in which people can enjoy learning the skills of drumming and co-creating exhilarating pieces of music. She is now extending her work into combining her drumming skills with other sacred sound instruments for meditation and healing.

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Lit Eziefula

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My name is Lit Eziefula and I am offering Biodanza, a beautiful dance movement system with transformative effects. If you fancy moving your body to great music from around the world in the company of others, then come along!

These sessions are great for developing freedom in self expression by encouraging you to let go of thinking and to open deeply to the instinctive body and spirit. I will be facilitating a range of simple movement structures for you to let your hair down, enjoy yourself, make connections with others and allow your heart to be open and nourished. All are very welcome. No dance experience required. Much love, Lit

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Nic and Susie Turner

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Systemic Constellations EMC Introductory Workshops
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“Ever wanted to ‘step outside’ – step outside and look in?
You will be amazed at how different a situation/problem can look when you are remote from it. With constellations you will see all the main players, even yourself. You will be guided in how to do this and helped to ‘see’. You will be amazed, you will be healed. It is life changing, educating and so very beautiful.” (A former participant)
Properly called “Systemic Constellations”, this is not astrology!! It is a method of gaining insight into the personal, familial and organisational challenges we face, and which are not addressable through other approaches.
The workshop will:
• Enable us to explore the invisible effects of the systems we are part of
• You will have an opportunity, to work with your own issue (if you wish)
• Develop your understanding of the practice and its possibilities
• Surface information from the ‘spiritual’ or ‘energetic’ field, which can be 
profoundly liberating
Pioneered by Bert Hellinger’s synthesis of Gestalt, phenomenology and Zulu shamanism, over the last twenty years, it has brought release to family systems, organisations, people with health issues, and many other areas.
The workshop is suitable for people who want to experience this practice and for those who wish to deepen existing experience of constellations.

www.now-here.com
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Shaku

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Shakunthala (Shaku) Burrell is a Complementary Therapist, a Laughter Yoga teacher, a practicing Kirtan
singer and a DANCEmandala facilitator originally from S. India but now based in London. She is
very passionate about everything she does but dance is something she has carried with her since very young.

Shaku runs dance sessions in London www.meetup.com/dancemandala, gets invited to
events, festivals and retreats abroad. She says she is no Guru but her main aim is to get
everyday people on the streets dancing with her, to keep it simple without the need to confuse
them with deep spiritual jargon but allow them to find their own path to still point, at their own pace like she is doing.
As someone once said ‘If you cannot explain it to your grandma, then you don’t understand it’.
Let’s keep it simple and get the whole world dancing.
Other than her leading DANCEmandala here shaku is also sharing a Qigong (Hua Gong) session & Laughter Yoga
here at the festival. Don’t miss it !

www.meetup.com/dancemandala

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Guy

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Guy has been facilitating Dance workshops and Awakening Potential Ceremonies for over 17 years.

In his creation, ‘The Dancing Heart Path Journey’, he weaves together his experience from Shamanic Trance Dance & Ceremony, Tantra, Biodanza, Creativity for Life groupwork, Meditation, Healing, Martial Arts, Conscious Parenting, Life guydance Coaching and creating Ceremonies for Tribal Dance Gatherings…

He loves to bring people together and support the forming of enriching ‘moments’ in which conscious awake gatherings happen, where our gifts and potentials naturally blossom.

He lives in Somerset, UK and Teaches in Sweden, Norway, Denmark, Ireland, Czech Republic, Germany, Iceland and Holland.

He enjoys being a full time Father and he Works, and also enjoys, being a Dance Facilitator, Life Coach, Inspired Trainer. Guy is currently in the process of publishing several Guyde Books for optimum living and Loving.

You can connect with him on facebook at Guy Barrington or contact him via thedancingheartpath@gmail.com

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John Ferrabe

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John Ferrabee is a fully registered and insured teacher of the Iyengar® Yoga Association. He is one of just a couple of hundred people in the UK, qualified and registered to teach this demanding but satisfying discipline.
His classes cover introductory levels 1 and 2, and intermediate levels 1,2 and 3 with classes for all levels of ability from raw beginners to experienced practitioners.

He also has an honorary contract with the National Health Service teaching yoga to sufferers of chronic lower back pain for whom conventional medicine has no answers.
John, who is a talented sportsman – he swam for the county and played rugby to a high level – came to yoga in 1988 whilst recovering from a serious car accident, which broke his legs, arms and ribs and punctured his lung. Yoga aided his recovery in a way drugs and physiotherapy did not and made him determined to pass on its benefits to others.
He then undertook a rigorous five year training programme, part of it at Pune in India the headquarters of the Iyengar Yoga Association, before gaining his teaching certificate in 1995.
John believes that anyone of any age and any level of fitness can benefit from yoga but especially sportsmen and women for whom it provides additional muscle strength and flexibility.
“Yoga is untainted by our modern way of life. It is an organic process that can help people cope with all aspects of modern living. Your joints, your spine, even your internal organs will be energised by the positions that yoga teaches,” he says.

http://www.yogaclassescheltenham.co.uk
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Nicole and Soma

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Soma – all that is Essence and Essential
Legends say that hummingbirds float free of time, carrying our hopes for love, joy and celebration. The hummingbird’s delicate grace reminds us that life is rich, beauty is everywhere, every personal connection has meaning and that laughter is life’s sweetest creation
www.somayogaandmedicineschool.org
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Matt Hopwood

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Matt Hopwood is a Storyteller and a facilitator of sharing spaces. Since 2012 he has run the community project A Human Love Story. A project that seeks to use the gift of our heart stories to foster deep connection, build community and explore our experiences of love. Since 2012 Matt has met with hundreds of individuals and groups and travelled thousands of miles in search of these connections. A Masters graduate in Applied Anthropology at Goldsmiths University he has also worked alongside community projects in Kenya, Palestine and Israel. In addition to his work with storytelling Matt collaborates with his wife, exploring the transformative power of sound in health.
Sacred Stories of the Heart by the Fire
What are our love stories? Stories of connection, stories of belonging, of being a foreigner, stories of home, of our relationship to our own soul experience, to the places and land we inhabit, to others. This workshop will provide a sacred sharing space, a place where you can listen and are heard. Every story is valuable, everything shared is a gift of connection. Join Matt Hopwood for this time as he shares his story and provides a space for you to share yours.
www.ahumanlovestory.com
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Petra Jean Phillipson

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Petra Jean Phillipson is a singer – artist – mystic. As a singer she has 57 releases to date, has performed internationally at Glastonbury, Jools Holland, St Paul’s Cathedral and Stavanga Concert Hall. Collaborated with Michael Orminston, Sixto Rodriguez, David Holmes, Martina Topley Bird.
Following on from her career as a singer Petra trained with College of Sound Healing as a Sound Healer then as a Shamanic Practitioner and has spent time in Joshua Tree, California learning that art of Sun Gazing and Sun Snibbling. Engaging her Shamanic Sound Healing skills she creates immersive sound spaces for positive health benefits. Recently working at Wandsworth Arts Festival, St Thomas’ Hospital, Shoreditch House and The Barbican. Petra is based in Brighton providing safe space for Shamanic Sound Healing affordable workshops, group meetings, sound meditation classes & is dedicated to walking gentility on this beautiful Earth.

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Rebecca Kalyana

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Rebecca has been practising, living and playing on a Tantric path since 2000, which complemented and expanded her work as a Holistic Therapist on many levels both personally and professionally. In Rebecca’s experience Tantra, Shamanism and Reiki and nature all harmonise together to create a powerful and transformative healing personal journey. The clarity and expansion she finds from this is offered to others through her expression as performer, actress and singer, (since 1983) as well as sharing these healing and expressive paths and skills which she feels passionately about. She has worked with various respected UK teachers in these fields including John Hawken, Celtic Tantra, Leora Lightwoman, and Shivam O’Brien, as well as those we naturally experience in life, including her 2 daughters!
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Katherine Rushton

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Katherine has been a Bhakti yogi for 15 years and has been teaching hatha yoga, pregnancy yoga, therapeutic yoga and children’s yoga classes, workshops and retreats for 10 years. For the last three years, since her daughter was born, she has been cultivating ways to connect with women and honour the divine feminine. She channels her deep affinity with the moon, goddess rituals and Bhakti traditions to focuses on healing, liberating and empowering women and children, particularly those in vulnerable situations.
She teaches antenatal yoga, postnatal yoga, baby yoga, toddler yoga and family yoga and leads Wild Woman Moon Circles at new moon and yoga dance workshops at full moon. At Sundara Katherine will be offering family yoga and a Wild Woman Moon Circle for July’s new moon.
www.pureblissyoga.co.uk/wild-woman-moon-circles
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Jenni Codd

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After practicing various forms of yoga, I came across the teaching’s of Kundalini Yoga. Kundalini was the practice that ticked all the boxes. I was able to enjoy an embodied practice, whilst connecting to the deep silence and truth within, Sat Nam. After 6 years of practice, I completed my teacher training and have been teaching for the last 4 years in England and India.
Various teacher’s have guided me along the way, reflecting the true Infinite nature of the Self through Satsang and self-enquiry.

I offer my self through the teachings of Kundalini Yoga and will meet you there, in the challenge or the stillness.

Another practice which I share with others is Hoopdance, which I will be offering at Sundara.

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Emma Relph

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Emma Relph – I teach a form of sacred song dance, known as Dances of Universal Peace. This is a meditative dance and singing practice, which involves simple, rhythmic steps, the graceful gestures of the heart and beautiful mantric songs. Moving together in a circle as one, these sacred dances allow us to raise our spirits, and to remember the art of giving blessing. I also teach Kundalini Yoga and work as a professional counseling astrologer.
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Ena and Gammadian

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Ena and Gammadian are the founders of Open Wing – Together Ena and Gammadian founded Open Wing – a program for vitality, awareness and healing. Open Wing is committed to freedom of perception enabling creativity. Their workshops focus on inner states of silence, dream work, raising self-awareness and well-being. They have been leading workshops worldwide together for 4 years and Gammadian before that for over a decade.
Originally from Bulgaria, Ena is a body therapist, Being Energy® and yoga instructor, dancer, masseuse and international workshop leader. Gammadian is a storyteller, qualified shiatsu therapist, Being Energy® and yoga instructor, and healer originally from England. He was also initiated into the practices of John Chang, the famous Daoist martial artist, energy worker and healer, in 2006.
They are both registered Being Energy® Teachers since 2012. Being Energy® is a wellness program for self-discovery – a unique system for regaining vitality and health that incorporates the wisdom of the seers of ancient Mexico and new scientific findings related to consciousness.
Ena and Gammadian are also both registered 500hrs yoga teachers with Yoga Alliance UK. She received her YTT certification at Chandra Yoga International, Rishikesh, India in 2015 and Gammadian has been a yoga teacher for 5 years. They recently worked as interns with Chandra Yoga teaching pranayama and meditation.
www.openwing.co.uk
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Sonia Perry

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Grounded in therapeutic Anubhava Yoga developed by Yogachara Dr Bhole – I look to encourage people to feel their physical bodies from the inside. Unraveling we can travel through the subtle bodies and experience deep healing and transformation. I like to include partner work in my sessions – it’s easier to go deep into asanas and it’s important that we open to give and receive support from each other. Much inspired by David Sye and Bill Wood I encourage folk to be more open and free with their yoga practice, to move with creative spirit and dance through asana. The body’s innate intelligence unravels held tensions easily and effortlessly. Further inspired by the brilliant Judith Lasater I also look to encourage deeply relaxing and healing Restorative Yoga practice.

I’m also offering a few Whole Health sessions (an intuitively guided mix of Therapeutic Yoga, Reflexology, Healing, Kinesiology, Hypnotherapy and NLP). Also Bach Flower Remedy dowsing – especially for the kids (including big ones)
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Amanda Hamilton

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Amanda began her journey with Yoga in 1974 at the age of 9 thanks to an intrepid mother and a spare Wednesday afternoon. Since then she has become a popular teacher in Spain where she leads retreats, in the Caribbean and now in Herefordshire as part of www.herefordshireyoga.com. Amanda’s classes are fun, irreverent and available to all abilities. Her philosophy is “if it hurts, it’s not Yoga”.

Amanda is also a qualified Laughter Yoga Facilitator which causes hysterics at the yoga festivals. A great way to drop a ton of baggage you didn’t even know you were carrying and laugh yourself senseless at the same time.

A professional artist and charity fund raiser for her home in Spain, yoga for Amanda is her way of staying close to her deepest Spiritual foundations in a “mad crazy world where anything can happen and happily usually does!”.

www.amanda-hamilton.com

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www.herefordshireyoga.com
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Leah Robinson

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Yoga Art Workshop for Sundara.

A lively drawing workshop. Working from a model in various yoga postures. The emphasis is on feeling the flow and enjoying the creative process, being present in the moment without being attached to the result. Drawing can become an active meditation- letting go of the conscious mind allows space for creative magic to manifest itself. Materials provided- bring a cushion to sit on, we will be seated on the floor… P.s. ANYONE CAN DRAW!

’Art can be a spiritual practice and yoga can be a creative art, they both require an element of discipline and the freedom of flow.’

Leah Robinson. Artist and creative project leader.

I have been making paintings, drawings and sculpture since graduating with a B.A. (hons) in fine art in 1998. I have lead one to one and group workshops for all ages in various aspects of the material arts, including: creative drawing and painting, life drawing, still life and mixed media collage. I am also involved in the use of art as part of sustainable recovery from mental health disorder.

My own studio practice is mostly based around yoga and the human form. I am inspired by the dynamic nature of the human body, its beauty, strength and flexibility.

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Chelsea Canovas

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“Chelsea has been practising yoga for over twenty years during her extensive travels and began teaching in 2003. She runs weekly yoga classes, women’s circles, workshops and yoga retreats. She is particularly drawn to teaching women because of the nurturing, supportive and flowing nature of working with women. Her teaching is inspired by many things including the work of Thich Nat Hanh and the simplicity of mindfulness. She loves chanting in circles and being part of the growing heart-based Bhakti community. And as a Shamanic Practitioner she feels a deep connection with nature, with the spirit in all things and enjoys using the shamanic drum to raise consciousness and to explore the deepest layers of our being. She has been recognised as a Yoga Elder (IYN) for her work with adults and children and is a tutor for the Comprehensive Yoga Fellowship Teacher Training Course. She also designed and runs the ‘Chrysalis Kids Yoga & Mindfulness Course’ for people who wish to share their gifts with the next generation.”

“Goddess Yoga – an invitation to open your heart to the joy of being feminine and feeling the body flow. Yoga is about liberation & transformation, but sadly many see this as transforming hips, thighs, breasts, bellies when instead we should be letting go of attitudes of perceived beauty in our society and accept that we are perfect in this moment. Embrace the goddess that you are! ”
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Debbie Reynolds

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Debbie Reynolds has a life long passion of dance . She has practiced Yoga for 20 years . Exploring many different forms of healing arts , including movement medicine , Sound healings, breath work and meditation. Debbie is a dance performer, Shakti dance teacher, Children’s yoga teacher, Massage therapist, Aroma therapist, Reiki and Sound healer. She has been facilitating Shakti dance in Thailand and Bali as well as the UK. This powerful practice of Shakti dance is formed of eight stages. It has been cultivated from the Kundalini tradition as taught by Yogi Bhajan and has the ability to open up and expand the energy body!Re Align all our layers of being. Release stored emotions and memory from the body tissues! Connect us to source and our higher selves. Come dance your dance.

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Tanya Carter(Tara Kaur)

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Having started my yoga journey over twenty years ago, originally with Iyengar discipline, I came to love every type of yoga realising they all led to the same path anyway. In 2004 I spent a year in India immersed in the yogic traditions and lifestyle, learning an enormous amount along the way. Amongst other studies I completed three months Teacher Training in the Ashtanga Discipline with Masterji nephew of well renowned founder of Ashtanga Yoga Pattabhi Jois, who is truly an amazing spiritual being, raising consciousness for all humanity by his teachings. I have since then gone on to train in pregnancy and post natal yoga which has been enourmously rewarding. I am currently studying Kundalini yoga and have completed my Level 1 Teacher Training, and am currently undertaking my Level 2. I offer all these styles of yoga to anyone who is keen to step onto this amazing lifelong journey getting to know themselves for who they truly are. As I learn, so do my students. I hope to share everything I know with all of you who want to learn and may our journey of enlightenment together be a fulfilling one, shared with the love and passion and compassion I have learnt from the many teachers in my life including my amazing husband and children who have supported me without failing and without whom I would not have been able to dedicate so much of my time, putting in to practice what I whole heartedly believe to be the true way to live our lives, in peace truth simplicity and love.
“Be the light that shines bright so that others may see and choose to follow.”
Silence Speaks
“In silence she sat
In stillness she wept
Were the tears of joy or sorrow
Who would know
Were they not just a reminder of the vastness from once she came
Only to return home again
In silence she sat
In stillness she wept
Nothing changed
Nothing ever will
Wait… Listen…. Be Silent Be Still.”
Tara

http://www.crystalconscious.co.uk

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Helen

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Adrian and Helen are joint intent holders for Peace Across the Planet’s UK Shiva Lingam, which travels into sacred spaces for ceremony across the UK. They are also co-creators of Avebury Heart Centre, a centre of light, meditation and healing based at Silbury House in the centre of Avebury Henge. The Centre offers healing therapies and retreat space throughout the year and the Shiva stands mostly in the garden here. Adrian and Helen also organise regular group meditation and sacred sound ceremonies and workshops in Avebury, Stonehenge and other sacred sites, with the intention to contribute to global healing, unity and upliftment.

About Peace Across the Planet

‘Peace Across the Planet’ is a new paradigm collaboration between the crystalline kingdom and humanity. The inspiration of Marilyn & Tohmas Twintrees (co-creators) PxP has stood 17 large Shiva Lingam stones like acupuncture needles on the Earth, tapping into the energy grids and anchoring our human intent for peace. These Shivas stand up to 9 feet high, mostly in the USA but also in Canada, Japan and one here in the UK. Each Shiva has a human caretaker or intent holder who organises regular meditation gatherings around the Shiva, to anchor the group intent. When Tohmas and Marilyn listened to the crystalline grid, they were given the following equation:

“Right now, one person standing in unconditional love and acceptance is stronger than over 300,000 people standing in fear.”

The power of this is increasing, day by day and month by month. You are lovingly invited to join with us and bring your unique piece/peace to this global network of intent.

www.aveburyheartcentre.net
www.peaceacrosstheplanet.org
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Jotipal Kaur

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My name is Jotipal Kaur. I’ve been teaching kundalini yoga since 2012 and am completing my level two this year. I have been playing the symphonic gong since last year after my mother died. It felt like a huge healing to buy the gong in her name and with some money she left me so everytime I play it, she is literally resonating with me! I found kundalini yoga in 2010( or perhaps it found me) but I feel very strongly this is my life path and purpose and feel totally aligned to this when I teach. It is an absolute privilege and honour to be sharing these teachings with you and I look forward to meeting you very soon.
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Gae Jones

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Gae has studied and practiced Shamanism for over thirty years and has developed and delivers year long and weekend Shamanic development courses as well as having a number of individual clients. She leads a range of workshops with a shamanic theme and teaches journeying, shamanic drumming and medicine wheel workshops at camps. Gae holds a practitioner qualification in NLP (Neuro-Linguistic Programming) and is an experienced Energy for Life Wellbeing coach.

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Ammaprema is coming to grace us with Sacred Sound blessings, guided visualisations and group healing.
As an experienced Integral Yoga Teacher and Healer, her sound events have been a great favourite at many previous International events for the last twenty years.
She has developed a unique blend of healing, meditations and magical sound through the Grace of the Divine.

Recently she has recorded three new guided visualisations which she hopes to share at Sundara: “Sanctuary of the Soul”, “Blessings of the Wisdom Trees,” “The Healing Circle”. These add to her Healing CD’s of Gong & Bowls : “Regeneration” & the new one “Symphony of Light”.

The Gong provides a wonderful opportunity to float in samadhi and practice mindfulness whilst you experience a deep re-energising of the body and mind.
As we touch into the deep peace that is our birthright, our stress disappears and realisation dawns within us!
Sacred Sound events provide opportunities for community and land healing as we send our healing intentions around the planet.
We hope to have some wonderful shared sound events as our sound healers come together to amplify the peace!
Check out Ammaprema’s website

www.ammapremagrace.com
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Habiba and Buddhenath

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Buddenath and Habiba have been playing together for more than ten years, They delight in offering sessions that are accessible, heartfelt, inclusive and non-performance orientated. Word sheets provided. All ages welcome, from babies upwards.

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Tabla Tom

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Tom was born in New Zealand into a totally musical environment.
His parents were masters of their respective art in western classical music, and his 2 older brothers both talented rock musicians.
From the age of 4 Tom drummed on everything in sight, cutlery drawers, pots and pans…. He studied piano with his mum and he learned violin for many years at school.
Drums were always Toms main love however, and he finally got a drum kit when he was 12.
After playing in bands in New Zealand, Tom moved to London in 1991 and started studying tabla with the master Shib Shankar Ray. Tom became a disciple of Shibji and lived with him for a big part of nine years. To live with your Guru outside India is very rare and Tom is very grateful to have spent so much time with a true master of tabla.
He has played all over the UK and Europe with bands like Goma, Dragonsfly, Craig Pruess, Krishna Das, Bhagwan Das to name a few.
Tom met Gopal Hari and Ambika, the singers of the Band Goma in 1995 and joined them for 12 years in 1996.
It was through this that Haidakhan BABAJI came into Toms life.
Babaji has totally shaped Toms musical world, and he feels truly blessed to have Babaji as his bhakti Guru.
He feels privileged to be of service to humanity through music.
He runs the sound systems at bhakti/yoga events in the UK and Europe.
Over the past 12 years Tom has been producing devotional/holistic CD’s and running Kirtan retreats at his home in Gloucestershire.
Om namah Shivai.

https://www.facebook.com/tom.simenauer?fref=ts

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Madhava

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Through our music we aim to connect people’s hearts using transcendental sound vibration. Fusing Western instruments and melodies with ancient sanskrit mantras.

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Ravi

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Ravi has developed a unique style of playing kora (West African harp) and was one of the first Western players to take this sophisticated instrument into new musical areas. As well as 20 of his own recordings including work with Nigel Kennedy, Babba Maal, Dr John, Deva Premal & Miten, he has also created projects such as “Neuneneu” with Amazon Indians. Ravi is also an accomplished overtone singer, and performances include his songs of prayerful reflection.

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Tim Chalice

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After many years experimenting with voice and sound healing, Tim did his first workshop with Naked Voice teacher Chloe Goodchild in 2005. This was a hugely transformative experience, followed in 2006 by the release of his first CD, Planting Peace, running regular chanting groups and a life-changing trip to India. Since then Tim has trained extensively with Chloe and has been witness to the incredible power of the voice and chanting. Tim leads regular kirtan in Bristol, Bath and the South West and feels very blessed to have the opportunity to share this beautiful practice. In 2012, Tim released a beautiful album Devotional Heart featuring Tabla Tom and is currently recording the follow-up. Tim also leads Bhajan Babies, introducing the calming, nourishing practice of chanting to new parents and babies.
“Tim’s voice echoes the luminosity of true devotion and the passionate fire in the heart of a contemporary mystic, bringing us home to the source – silence” – Chloe Goodchild

“Tim sings his devotional chants straight from the heart. His voice has a rare quality of authenticity. With him it’s all about the soul, but his music is great too, lyrical,
uplifting and inspiring.” – Ranchor Prime, author and publisher
www.timchalice.com

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I have been a practitioner for over 25 years and run a very successful Clinic and online Health Business and have trained in many therapies, but what works for my clients is combination of what I call the Mind, Body, Spirit approach or The Trinity, as one cannot work without the other.

To heal the body I use Advanced Bowen Techniques and Niromathe, to heal the Mind, I am a Kinesiologist and Bio Resonance Practitioner, but use Kinesiology to access the body/mind and deal with those outworn belief systems/fears and emotional bonds that hold us back, to deal with the Spiritual aspect of the Trinity, I have just finished training as a Master Bio Energy Healer with The Institute of Divine Potential, under the auspices of Christ of Melchizedek, a Barbara Brennan School of Healing Graduate ,and I use 15th Dimensional Frequency Codes to re calibrate and re tune our energy bodies.

At the camp I hope to use a number of these treatments and techniques to help you re calibrate, re tune and re balance your body, mind and spirit.

Namaste x

www.thekiclinic.co.uk
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Susie, Heal-thy Self Therapies

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Susie is qualified and experienced in Holistic Therapies with her focus on Health and Well Being for herself and others. She lives in Mid Wales and visits the camps in The Forest annually so is familiar with this beautiful space. Susie’s lifestyle is very connected with natures harmony of the land and seasons, Shamanic practices and Tantra Living. She loves Dance and Music, Yoga, Walking and Cycling. Susie works with Conscious Healing, has worked with International Facilitators at Camps and is a project organiser. She also works in Palliative Care in a Hospice; has previous experience in Healthcare, Education and Social Care. She is creative and has a flair for design and crafts.

HOME PAGE Susie Sutcliffe

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John Carter

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Traveling on this amazing journey of life I have studied, and experienced many forms of healing and I am always incorporating these into my own practice, I have always had a passion for sound and the effects it has on the body and have worked with crystal bowls for some time now. When I first had the chance to play the gongs at a ceremony in Avebury henge, I decided that I really needed to follow this path because it felt so inspiring and healing. I started training with the amazing Mark Swan and had an incredible journey of self-healing, I how have 5 Paiste planet gongs which I use for sound work and mediation incorporating this with other forms of therapies as needed.
With Love, Light and Laughter
Jai Shankar

http://www.crystalconscious.co.uk

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Emma Finch

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Based on the principle that certain points or ‘reflexes’ in our feet and hands correspond with each and every part of our body, the holistic practice of Reflexology is a non-invasive complementary therapy that helps relieve stress and tension, aids sleep, improves mood, enhances general wellbeing and encourages restoration of your body’s natural balance by massaging specific reflex points. Reflexology also promotes good circulation, improves and unblocks nerve impulses, and most importantly it gives us time and space to be heard.

I practice the Ingham Method of reflexology, developed by Eunice Ingham in the 1930’s who is know as the Grandmother of reflexology. Most forms of western reflexology have grown out of her teachings. I am very interested in how the mind and body work together and find reflexology the perfect medium for connecting with people to help them on their healing journeys.

The Blackdown Hills in Devon is where I live. I work from home in Dunkeswell as well as from the Healthy Living & Activity Centre in Hemyock and the Haven Centre in Honiton and I also carry out Home Visits.

For more information on reflexology, its history and myself, try my website

www.meaningfulsoles.com

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Josie Flece

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Storyteller Josie Felce will be telling stories in her story Yurt for parents and children. Everyone loves a story, so there may be some adult story session one evening; if you have a passion for stories, you are also invited to tell a short story. There will be a focus on Indian stories.

www.storymagic.co.uk
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Deepinder Kaur

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s t a r s e e d s ~ We look forward to hosting child led sessions through out Sundara. We intended to create a sacred space where you and your children can tune into the glowing magic that can be created as we open our hearts and connect to our divinity.

We invite you to come and shine with us! We will be bringing our crystal collection to create crystal grids and offer our knowledge and share our crystal connections. Feel free to bring your own personal crystals as well as instruments to play whilst we chant mantra, tell stories share ideas dreams and creativitys.

We will have lots of fun creating personal mandalas using ancient aborigine dotting techniques. We welcome you to join us for morning and evening meditations flowing into sharing our experiences with the crystal Kingdom and the Angelic healing realms.

We look forward to creating our reality as we bring our shining star seeds together. We are all we are one ahoum pray ma.

Infinite blessings

Deepinder Kaur
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The founder member of the Animated CountrysiderZ, Philbert is the pioneer of the Popping dance scene in Wales and is now currently spreading this amazing dance style around World. He specializes in teaching & performing this unique style of dance called Popping which originated in California in the late 70’s. From a young age Philbert was inspired to dance by Michael Jackson and footage of street dancing on T.V but living in a small countryside village in south Wales he found there was no one teaching this style of dance in Wales. His hunger to learn lead him to travelling the world where he met & learnt off popping legends including Alex “Mechanikool” Peters, Pop N Todd, Popping Jack, Uncle funk, James Painting, Greenteck & Waveomatic. Recently he has also been lucky enough to travel to California where Popping was created to be personal taught by Popping legend and Michael Jacksons personal teacher for 20 years Pop N Taco. Philbert is now passing on all his knowledge, skills, love & passion for the dance to anyone with the will to learn by teaching weekly classes, one off workshops & hosting dance events with some of the world best dancers.

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Amy has been delving into the world of the healing arts since she was a teenager. During this time she was fortunate enough to be introduced to Buddhism and Philosophy as well as amazing healers, teachers, and different styles of Yoga.
After studying Developmental Psychology at University, she trained with The Yoga Academy, as a British Wheel of Yoga accredited Hatha Yoga teacher, as well as various Children’s Yoga, Pregnancy Yoga and Yoga Nidra with other schools. She completed the three levels of Reiki training, Gong training with Don Conreaux, and the Kundalini Yoga teacher training with Karam Kriya School, and is currently training in Level 2 Kundalini TT.
For the last eight years Amy has been teaching Yoga in various schools, studios, the NHS as well as retreats in London, the Westcountry and Sicily. Amy and her husband Paolo teach Reiki Attunement workshops and create devotional music together and are dedicated to teaching, learning and sharing these healing arts.

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Gail Bradbrook

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A Compassionate Revolution- Why and How!
Why a Compassionate Revolution?
Because deep down we all know the dominant system we live in does not serve the majority, failing to provide even the basics of life – food, clean water, clean air, and shelter for millions of people.
Because deep down it does not serve this beautiful miracle called Planet Earth, upon which we are all dependent on and interdependent with. We are heading for a planetary Fry-up. The Alarm bells are ringing.
Because a revolution without Compassion, without the inner, personal change, as history has shown, often leads to a repetition of the domination of the few, those with power and control of resources, over the many.
Because coming together with others, sharing our voices and our vision, is the antidote to overwhelm, despair, and powerlessness.
How can we enable a Compassionate Revolution and what part could you play?
Revolutions can be designed- a process of building confidence and a strategy to escalate is underway! Gail will discuss the importance of collective action, the use of “conditional commitments” (pledging actions if others join in) and embracing our spirits of peaceful mischief!
Gail Bradbrook is an economic justice campaigner and compassionate revolutionary. She runs a charity focussed on universal access to the internet, is a Mum and has a PhD in Molecular Biophysics. Here’s Gail talking about economics and the need for a different kind of economy.

www.compassionate-revolution.net/
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Having many years experience as as a yoga teacher and workshop facilitator, this combines with a wealth of knowledge organising and running festivals for the last 20 plus years, Tanya loves meeting people and getting to know them, this is a great help in sourcing the facilitators for the workshops, and the Musicians for the Bhakti and performances, she also organises the schedule and the Chai space, along with all its Raw food delights. This is all done from the heart with a passion to make the camp a truly transformational space for everyone who comes to the camp.

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For the last 25 years I have been involved in camps and festivals doing everything from running a cafe, building and rigging stages, to organising and promoting many different types of event. I have a passion for sound and have a collection of wonderful Paiste Plant Gongs which I use for running sound healing events and one to one healing sessions. I organise the bookings and working tickets, and makes sure everything that is needed to make the camp run smoothly is there. I am so excited to be able to put on this beautiful event to help bring people together.

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Faith is our wonderful culinary angel, producing the most divine wholesome food of us all to share, she guides the dedicated kitchen crew with such ease and you can feel the love that is poured into every morsel.

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