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What an amazing event for letting it all go, trying out new ways to move your body without judgement or question! The evening began with free-movement dance to the sounds of an amazing assortment of instruments including didgeridoos. Brad Diggens told us about his work with war children and the healing aspects of the creation of villages to bring back a sense of security to their lives, and where music breaks past barriers that conventional 'Western' interventions can only hope to attain. All participants had the opportunity to drum and dance. Thank you to the participants for embracing the new experience and going with the flow.
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