We WELCOME ALL to come and celebrate the healing power of drumming tucked away under the Dragon’s back, hidden in an unspoilt valley deep in the beautiful Black Mountains of Brecon. We will meet in a private magic woodland, to celebrate community and soak in the lunar light, dance to the sound of the infectious rhythm of the drums around a captivating roaring fire.
To all healers, musicians, dancers, rainbow warriors, drummers, this is your calling… we will be holding a sacred space in this powerful evening to create music, rhythm and healing with open hearts to all who wish to join us in TALGARTH.
WHAT TO BRING?
Bring your own TORCHES and lanterns, be prepared as it can get dark.
If you have a drum and rattle bring them along with your dancing shoes (wellies), warm and extra layers of clothing are a must. You are welcome to bring extra drums and percussion to share with others if you have any. You may also want to bring a lawn chair, a cushion, blanket or yoga mat to sit on. Some spare drums and percussion instruments will be available for all to share.
Bring a bottle of water to drink, no alcohol please as we attune to the frequency of healing, we aim to achieve a natural semi-trance state where you will feel incredible natural shifts within yourself.
Our drum circle will be facilitated by Angela Ferreira, who has spent the past few years developing a unique way of bringing people together to focus on the healing aspects of the circle. Angela is an artist with a postgraduate in Arts in Health and with a background in Reiki healing, she is an eclectic facilitator of spiritual journeying, both for her own transformation and the benefit of those she meets.
Paul Mathews is our fire keeper. Paul has wild camped all over South Wales and is an expert in Bushcraft. He is also a talented singer and has his own band called Who Knows Didley.
We invite you to experience this potent medicine, bring you closer to nature and help you to set sail on your personal Journey.
No experience is necessary to attend just bring your soul along!
Please read and plan your journey well because it is a trek but… this pilgrimage will be so worth it we promise you!
Food to share around the fire is welcome!
Postcode: LD3 0ET (nearest to the woodlands)
Get on Abergavenny Rd/A4077 in Monmouthshire from A4042 and Heads of the Valleys Rd/A465
Use any lane to take the slip road to Abergavenny Rd/A4077
Follow A4077 to A40 in Crickhowell
Drive along A479
Turn right down the lane towards TransWales Trails (Cwmfforest Riding Centre).
Follow the trackroad past the Bunkhouse on the left.
(Please note the sign for this building will read Trans Wales Trails.)
Keep going until you see a junction then turn left towards Grafog Farm.
Follow the road until you see a gate with a Drum sign on the left (500 metres before reaching Grafog Farm).
Open and close the gate after you, thank you.
Plenty of parking spaces available.
The moment we all been waiting for is here.
Here is the minute, and now is the moment,
and it is passing us by…
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