Create to Liberate
With Khari McClelland and Rebekka Goldsmith
September 6 - 11, 2019
Creativity is not reserved for the professional artist. Creativity is a means to meeting our individual and collective challenges. It helps to weave connection and community. We are all creative.
Explore music, visual art, writing, movement and imaginative play to imagine and expand our individual and collective creativity in order to live a more empowered, joyful, connected and fulfilling life.
Whether you’re working on self development or working with groups this retreat will give you skills to deepen your practice. Designed for the novice and sage alike.
Khari Wendell McClelland is a diversely talented and ever-evolving artist and sought-after facilitator. Originally from Detroit, Khari made his way to Canada over a decade ago and is currently based in Vancouver, BC. He has since become a darling on the Canadian music scene with reviewers lauding his performances as a clever mix of soul and gospel. Khari’s passion for being of service to communities is clear, both in his musical life and in his facilitation work. He balances his time each year performing and working with communities as a facilitator. He has worked throughout Canada and internationally in Australia, The United States,…
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Rebekka Goldsmith is a professional singer, group facilitator and coach. She has spent over 15 years guiding individuals and groups in explorations of the voice – personal, collective, and societal. an experienced improvisational singer and facilitator based in Seattle. She combines her passion for voice and community through work in leadership development. Rebekka travels throughout North America designing and facilitating transformative experiences that challenge and inspire people to realize their creative potential. Rebekka is certified through the All the Way In Master Vocal Improvisation Program (Rhiannon) and is a Level III Certified Instructor of Somatic Voicework (The LoVetri Method). In 2008, she completed…
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