a sensory awakening workshop held as part of the National Sustainable Living Festival 2017

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Access a personal connection to the earth through your senses....

The Remembering Immerse is an awareness project designed as a sensory workshop featuring sound healing, song, bush plants and ceremony connecting participants to country. It will be held on 10 February 2017 as part of the National Sustainable Living Festival 2017.

Presented by Wiilpa in association with Edible Eden Design this event features Karen Knowles (singer/social and cultural innovator), Adam Rankin (sound healer/musician), Ian Hunter (Wurundjeri elder) and Karen Sutherland (horticulturist). This 2 hour workshop incorporates sound and resonance (sound healing and song), ceremony, taste and smell (sampling of bush plants and teas) to create a means for participants to experience a personal and fully sensory immersive connection to earth and the elements.

Singer / innovator Karen Knowles and sound healer / musician Adam Rankin will collaborate on the sounds and song that will hold participants in a gentle space of healing and re-alignment. Ian Hunter, Wurundjeri elder will commence the event with a welcome to country and Karen Sutherland, horticulturist and founder of Edible Eden design will conduct a tour of the Edible Eden garden so participants can smell and taste our distinctive native bush plants. Some native bush teas will be served during the workshop to clear and align the body for healing through the process. Held at Edible Eden’s site in Pascoe Vale South on 10 February at 7-9 pm.

If you are interested in attending future Remembering-Immerse events please contact us.