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I need to raise 2k to study On the SME programme at Sondor Movment Project this 11th February to support of my Voice and Bodywork practice.

by Tri-Sioux Dialogues in Cranston, Providence County, United States

                           “I think that all Mind patterning is expressed through 

                                                    Movement through the Body 

                            And that all physically moving patterns have a mind.

                                                       That is that I work with”. 

                                             Bonnie Bainbridge Cohen, 17.1.2019

Naomi O’Connor  is a contemporary dance artist who incorpoartes Body Mind Centering  with Dance to celebrate our shared World community, and support the development and exposure of our unique stories of Identity and Heritage.  Tri- Sioux Dialogues are relaxing fortnightly community dance workshops alongside a touring programme of performance. Naomi is  based in Bristol and London but will be particpating in a  Somatic Movement Educator programme run by Sondor Movement Project in Rhode Island from this February 2019. This will accumilate in a tour of worships in New York, Washington DC, And California from June to August 2019.Naomi would has been awarded a half scholorship for fees to continue her training at Sondor Movement Project this coming  February and June, She needs to raise a further £2000 for course fees, travel to Rhode Island  and lodging. Please share and donate Today.



This project offers rewards in return for your donation.

£20 or more

£20 Free Movement Medicine worskshop with L.A.D

A free place on a Full Moon or New Moom Movement Medicine led by Naomi O’Connor between now and June 2019. See www.LOVEACTIVISTDANCE.com for details.

£100 or more

Tri-Sioux June Dialogues

Free inclusion in this two day residency in Washington DC in June 2019 see www.LOVEACTIVISTDANCE.com for information this coming March 2019.

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