Sat, Sep 22 | Lake Perris

Embodied Vocal Alchemy @ SSBD Fest

Andrew and Flow Belinsky bring their Interactive Playshop to Same Same But Different Festival.
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Embodied Vocal Alchemy @ SSBD Fest

Time & Location

Sep 22, 2018, 7:00 AM – Sep 23, 2018, 11:00 PM
Lake Perris, Lake Perris, California 92571, USA

About the Event

Join husband and wife team Andrew and Flow Belinsky for this deep and connective experience of movement and voice activation. Travel deep through shamanic dance practices, release tension and inhibition and open up to your true creative flow.

With guided and freeform exercises, paired with subtle rhythmic accompaniment, these expert facilitators will guide the group to experience more freedom, connection, love and power through movement and vocalization. Open up your playful and healing expression and experience the embodied sonic field of our collective song. Together we will feel, heal, emote, vocalize and allow the current of creativity to channel through us.

A great warm-up for your yoga or dance journey, you will leave this class feeling energized, alive, connected and powerful in your authentic expression.

Same Same But Different is a two-day music & arts festival in Lake Perris, CA built to celebrate what makes us all different and unique, something the world really needs more of these days. This year our goal is to disrupt the current echo-chamber effect that social media, the news and society has created. We strive to push each other to listen to one another again as human beings, whether or not we agree on every topic.

To do this we are creating an incredible curated lineup from many music genres together on two alternating stages in beautiful Lake Perris, California. Having one stage as the focal point encourages festival goers to explore beyond genres they normally would listen to, and to embrace the unique experience different artists have to offer.

In the same way different genres can be appreciated if they’re listened to with open ears, differing opinions on social, political and moral issues can also be appreciated if they’re listened to with open minds. If we start there, perhaps we can find common ground with each other.

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