Reiki Drum and Healing morning.
On Sunday 21st October from 9.30am to 1pm i am organising a Reiki Drum Healing Event. At Westerfield Village Hall, Church Lane, Ipswich, IP6 9BG. There is ample parking and is easy to locate.
The event is open to Reiki Drummers and anyone who is Reiki Attuned. Please bring your drum and any spares that you are happy to share with others. For those who do not have a drum please bring a percussion or indigenous instrument to use. If you would rather not use sound your Reiki is more than enough.
The cost is £25 and can be booked here https://goteamup.com/p/946978-dmyoga/e/15004147-reiki-drum-healing-morning/
We will call in the 7 Directions, receive a Reiju Empowerment, go on a Drum Journey and give and receive Reiki Healing using sound. On 24th October it is United Nations Day and i would like to include them in our Healing Circle.
There will be a break for Tea and Cake. Anyone who feels they could make us their signature/go to cake or biscuits please would you bring some to share. Yummy-excited.Do let me know.
Hopefully this will be the first of many. May i ask you to share the details so we have a fabulous group.
SLIME Workshop’s this Halloween 🎃 Half Term
We’re takings Bookings Now
NEW Slime recipe’s at Wild Raspberry Art Station
Monday 22nd Oct to Friday 26th Oct 2018
10.30am, 12pm or 1.30pm
Booking Strongly recommended, they do get booked up
Text 07776 062872 and •State How many spaces you require
•The child/ren’s name & age
•Your preferred date & time
You will then get confirmation (or alternative date if booked up)
5 years +
The work shop lasts about an hour and is in the Round House opposite our studio on Jimmy’s Farm, nr Ipswich, Suffolk
They’ll leave with some fab slimes!
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I found him/her in my bedroom, scary at first uny I saw it's beautiful purple colours. It reminded me of a drawing I saw at the national history museum.
If you know the name please let me know.
Tomorrow at 7.30 we will be screening 'On Chesil Beach' - Based on Ian McEwan's novel. In 1962 England, a young couple find their idyllic romance colliding with issues of sexual freedom and societal pressure.