Sing Your Self Alive! Workshop

Interactive Music Exercises, Guided Meditation & Aboriginal Women's Healing Songs

A whole day of relaxation, fun and self-discovery.  Increase the power of your voice, develop inspiration.  Connect with your breath, voice & body, your spirit, inner voice & sense of rhythm.  Learn to use your voice to empower yourself.  Find out how to access your inner as a woman.  Get a group sound healing.  All in a safe, inclusive circle.  No musical experience necessary.  Drums and shakers welcome, but not necessary.


Instructor:  Brenda MacIntyre, Medicine Song Woman

Juno Award-winning singer, Aboriginal hand drummer, healer and speaker, Brenda was Toronto's Aboriginal Businesswoman of the Year and is the #1 World/Roots Artist in Toronto (, Jan-Feb 2009).  Her CD Spirit Connection was nominated for a 2007 Aboriginal People's Choice Award.  Brenda's next CD Medicine Song is due for a 2009 release.


Workshop Fee:  $20.00 (free for ANDPVA Members).  Please call , , or email , to register.

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     I just wanted to thank ANDPVA for todays terrific workshop on publishing with Kateri. I learned so much and will put this new information to good use.

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    Emilie Corbiere

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