Community Breakfast Kitchen – providing free breakfast every Thursday 07:45- 08:45.
The next and last Kundalini Mantra’s & Meditation session will be this Saturday, October 25th from 5pm-7pm!! More info here: http://www.meetup.com/LightworkersofLiv…erpool/events/214510862/
Our next silent film event will be a Halloween Special… Alfred Hitchcock’s classic The Lodger. Plus fantastic live musical accompaniment. 31st October, 7.30pm. Donation on the door.
We are so very excited and honoured to bring Tom ‘Kaypacha’ Lescher here to Liverpool!! ‘Kaypacha’ is an internationally recognised facilitator and has more than 35 years of experience as an astrologer and spiritual practitioner. His approach to healing spirit, mind, and body through emotional release and Kundalini yoga utilises astrology as a healing art.
Go to the Facebook event for more info:
This Wednesday HeartBeat Community will be hosting a open drum circle. This is the first one for Robert since finishing his training with world famous drum circle facilitator Arthur Hull. It’ll be a treat for everyone involved so don’t miss out. 6.30pm till 8pm. £4/£3 or donations.
This Friday 26th is the last chance to catch our drama workshop on Grand Guignol – a spectacular form of comedy horror theatre ran by License To Thrill Theatre Company. The workshop runs from 6pm to approximately 9pm (possibly 8.30pm). You must be 16 years or over to attend. Tickets are only £3 and there are limited places so book yours now!
Contact either via Facebook or alternatively leave an email at email@example.com to reserve your place.
Living in Harmony – 4 weeks singing starting 13th October Mondays 12:30-2pm £4/conc. Supported by Balance Vocal…
Check out our What’s On page for updates on special events coming up!
Ged is going to be running HeartWork poetry workshops at The Gregson on every second Sunday in the month, starting Sunday 14th September at 2pm. Each class will be £2.50 or a donation.
Heartwork workshops have been set up with the aim of allowing individuals to gain a greater understanding of themselves through the medium of writing, poetry, short stories and spoken word art.
The emphasis is not so much on literary or reading skills. In this environment spelling, grammar or English skills are of lesser importance than individual ability to express what lies within. The aim is primarily to encourage honest creative expression of emotions and thoughts.
There will be no right or wrong expression, competition, marking or censorship, just a safe space to write, speak or listen as you see fit. The workshop is not an open mic or a creative writing group, just a friendly and loving environment in which individuals from all backgrounds and of all abilities are afforded a chance to inspire and encourage each other on their own paths of healing and self discovery.
Hope to see you there…