This year marks our third year of running this creative based national initiative.
We invite you to come and take part in our online
Sing For Earth Day 2021 process.
Starting weekly on
March 11th - 7.30pm - 9pm
Culminating in our Earth Day celebration online:
Thursday April 22nd
Come and join us this Spring to learn, practice and enjoy our
collection of original songs, shared by a team of artists, faciltators and song sharers with partcipatory embodiment, sound and mindful practices.
Come and meet our team of song writers, embodiment therapists, envionmental campaigners and nature based faciltators.
The online weekly sessions will be hosted by Liz Terry who will
be joined by two others from our team
from around the UK.
We are very excited about sharing our collaboratve and
creative offerring this year. All designed to help uplift people and support
well being as we navigate these challenging and uncertain times.
We will, once again be advocating for and supporting the Earth Protector Communities, a sister organisation set up to support The Stop Ecocide Campaign.
Due to Covid 19 restrictions we will be holding the sessions online.
Join us as we share soul full songs, uplifting music, dance and nature connection.
By taking part in this community creative initiative you can directly help to protect
the natural world for our children's and our children's children's futures.
As well as sharing songs we will learn some simple rhythms and movement practices to help cultivate joy, to strengthen connection, community, and
to resource resilience.
We hope to be able to have a number of 'in person' gatherings to mark Earth Day
on and around the week of Thursday April 22nd.
We will keep everyone updated on this as Spring unfolds.
Our aim is to cultivate joy, love, and connection to nature,
For what we love most, we will protect.
Last year our event was dedicated to Polly Higgins; visionary Earth Lawyer
and founder of The Stop Ecocide Campaign.
Polly actively supported this initiative in it's start up phase several years ago.
You don't have to think of yourselves as a singer or dancer to come along.
We hope you can get involved.
Everyone is welcome.