Sunny Coast Beginners Native American Flute Workshop 17th June
LEARN THE MAGIC OF THE NATIVE AMERICAN FLUTE
SATURDAY 17 June - Starlight Community Hall, Yandina. Details will be sent to ticket holders.
Learn how to tune into and play this beautiful instrument in a tranquil rainforest setting. This workshop is intended for beginner players but those with some experience are welcome as well.
- Deep Ecology
- Nature Connection
- Nervous System Reset
Cultivate inner peace and calm your nervous system with connection to nature, self and the Native American Flute.
Flutes available for purchase and pick up on the day or rent for a small fee if you don't have one!
California-born and Australian based roots artist Manoa brings the summer vibes by weaving uplifting reggae grooves that inspire audiences to move and soothing folk melodies that calm the mind and inspire a contemplative flow. Manoa creates a powerful dynamic and unquestionable presence through his music as audiences are inspired by the positive messages of re-connection to nature, personal growth and transformation.
Manoa has shared his music at a range of folk festivals including Woodford Folk Festival, Pranafest, Splendour In The Grass, Mullum Music Festival, Earth Frequency Festival, and Wallaby Creek Festival. He has supported and played alongside roots artists including Dustin Thomas (USA), Caravana Sun, Oka, Nicky Bomba and Murray Kyle.
Manoa, a true world-bridger, completed his PhD in Environmental Education & Ecopsychology and shares his ecologic knowledge and his belief in the healing potential of the natural world through education, workshops and retreats. Music, breath and well being is intimately intertwined with nature-based reconnection work, and Manoa believes the more time we spend to slow down and listen to the more-than-human world, the more clarity and focus we can foster in our lives.