Resurgence Readers’ Weekend and Summer Camp
Thu 29 Jul at 15:00 until Sun 01 Aug 2010 at 15:00
The Resurgence Summer Camp brings together Resurgence readers, speakers and supporters for four days of stimulating discussion, music, dance, crafts and walks. The camp is a small, friendly gathering with a maximum of 140 people.
The event is hosted by Green and Away - Europe’s only tented conference centre situated on an idyllic site near Malvern, Worcestershire. Please read the information from Green and Away about the site before completing the booking form.
On receipt of your booking, you will receive confirmation of your place by email or post.
Additional information will be sent out nearer the time, including detailed travel directions, a full programme and a timetable.
Scilla Elworthy, founder of Peace Direct
Deep Ecology: Elaine Brook
Writing workshop: Jay Ramsay and Kevan Manwaring
Japanese Tea Ceremony hosted by Tomoko
Meditation: June Mitchell
Tai Chi: Teena Gould
Dance workshop: Kate Kulahan
Voice Meditation: Stefan Cartwright
Poetry and Storytelling
Poetry: Helen Moore
Poetry: Martin Powell
Caitlin and Sika perform on a wide range of instruments from around the world, creating music to suit many moods - from relaxation to dance rhythms, mantras for the spirit, earth grooves with a Celtic tribal flavour, uplifting didgeridoo trance dance and music for yoga, meditation and sensual ambience.
Dragonsfly will bring their eclectic mix of music that is passionate, high-energy, tender and entrancing. With performances rooted in traditional music, Dragonsfly celebrate community and the spirit of the land, enchanting audiences to sing, dance and be stirred.
Brigitte Norland will be performing throughout the weekend, with her enchanting flute music, helping to focus our thoughts and set the tone by creating a space of relaxation and calm.
Herewood Gabriel and Jay Ramsay will be leading a drumming for dancers session.
Please be aware that the programme may change.
We are sorry to announce that Dvora Liberman and Roi Galor are no longer able to join us at the Summer Camp to present their interpretation of The Story of Angulimala. We have also had a cancellation from Rebecca Hoskings, due to ill-health. We apologise for any disappointment.
The Resurgence Summer Camp is an opportunity to engage with Resurgence readers and help raise money for The Resurgence Trust, an educational charity dedicated to raising awareness of the key ecological and spiritual issues of our time.