Dancing in the beauty of light and shadow – a day with Matin in Stroud

Date(s) - 30/09/2017
All Day

Stroud: Woodchester village hall

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a day with Matin Mize near Stroud

A whole day and evening to explore ways to make friends with our wholeness as human beings and to welcome home the parts we may struggle with. Teachings drawn from the world’s wisdom traditions, Dances of Universal Peace, zikr (Sufi remembrance practice) and embodiment walks . ALL WELCOME, whether new to these practices or experienced, seekers of all paths or none! This is a rare chance to experience the gentle and inspiring presence of Matin here in the UK. Come and join us!

Saturday 30th September 2017 from 11am to 9pm
please bring vegetarian food to share for 2 meals; hot drinks provided
Arrival: tea and coffee from 10.45am to start the session promptly at 11.15

at Woodchester Village Hall, Church Rd, North Woodchester, Stroud GL5 5PQ
Train from Bristol to Cam and Dursley station (40min from Temple Meads) or train /coach to Stroud
Lift-sharing possible (please enquire);  car-park and on-street parking available

Cost £45 (Early bird £35 if paid by 12th September)

Contact Matthew if you’d like to come and cost would be an obstacle

Send a cheque payable to Matthew Heyse-Moore to 15 Lower St, Stroud GL5 2HT, including your name, e-mail address and phone no. To pay online, contact Matthew.
Cancellation policy: full refund if you cancel before 12th Sept, 50% from 12-22nd Sept, from 23rd Sept only if somebody can fill your place
For more information phone Matthew on 0117 214 0418 or email mheysemoore@gmail.com

Matin Mize has travelled from the USA to share teachings, dances and walks this summer in the UK. Meeting Matin can be a special experience: he weaves gentle radiance, humility and an authorative power in what he offers. A highly experienced and inspiring teacher, he’s a member of the Mentor Teachers’ Guild of the Dances of Universal Peace, an accomplished Dance musician, and a Khalif in the Sufi Ruhaniat. He has studied the Dances and the world’s wisdom traditions since the 1980s; what he shares can feel fresh while carrying the ripe fruit of decades of experience. At home, he’s a keen gardener.