The didjeridu (Yidaki) is one of the oldest known instruments in the world. This instrument is perfect for soloists, musical accompaniment, or meditation. The technique of circular breathing allows a continuous note to be played, inducing a trance on the player and the listener while facilitating healing and spiritual awareness. A variety of sound healing techniques can be learned as you play and receive healing treatments. Delve into traditional and contemporary rhythms, harmonics and vocalizing with the didjeridu. One-on-one instruction, ensemble, and solo playing serve all levels of experience.
Shine Edgar, born and raised in Australia, brings more than 12 years experience in didjeridu playing and sound healing. He was initiated into didjeridu healing by an aboriginal elder. Shine is a founding member of the didjeridu percussion ensemble Down to Earth.
Shine and Edysha Ee shared their combined healing energy in a session with Lynn Thompson in November 2007. This 30 minute show features their conversation afterwards, and includes an introduction to the instruments.
Upcoming workshop with Shine in 2008: http://www.hollyhock.ca/cms/index.cfm?Group_ID=3303
p.s. Happy 2008 and thanks for listening to "Living on Purpose"!
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