Hridayagita is an advanced Tai Chi instructor registered with the Tai Chi Union of GB and uses her training and practice to encourage seamless shifts of posture: from standing and moving with gentle ease, to sitting, chanting, walking, eating, sleeping and all other postures we take up during our lives. It can all become meditation; imbued with a sense of play, mindfulness and metta. Tai Chi Shibashiis a simple set of 18 gentle, flowing and relaxing movements that can ease our bodies and refresh our hearts.
Sanghagita is a singing teacher and choir leader who specialises in helping nervous or shy singers find their voice. Her warm, inclusive approach puts people at ease, promoting connection and harmony. Singing with Sanghagita is uplifting and fun!
Sanghajoti has trained as a Community Music Groupworker (CMW Wales) as well as having a degree in Therapeutic Groupwork. She has been facilitating Drumming and Percussion workshops for over 18 years in a variety of community-based settings. Sanghajoti has combined her experience of Meditation/Mindfulness into the Drumming sessions, encouraging participants to become more present and aware – to drum into 'aliveness'. Her teaching style aims at accessibility for all, and is especially welcoming to those with no experience of drumming. The sessions are fun, stimulating and by the end we will all be calling ourselves 'drummers'!