10th Annual Forestdance – Costa Rica 2017

Bright Hawk is honored to be part of Forestdance – Costa Rica 2017

10th Annual Forestdance Costa Rica Healing and Expressive Art Ceremonial Fire Circle Gathering

March 1st-6th, 2017, at Verdenergia, Lanas de Puriscal, Costa Rica

Come join our family as we share in deep and profound celebration of our lives together on sacred land,
in the hills of Costa Rica where we are reminded of just how alive we can be together.

Our facilitators and teachers will help guide the all night fire circle on an always profound journey, clearing the way for us to access and reclaim our own core, our inspiration, and our connection to nature.

Forestdance is a ceremonial gathering, a rite of passage.

This gathering is so profound, so beautiful, that it has shaped a community. It has reignited passions for so many talented people, and has shown an alternative way to co-exist that many of us have stopped dreaming about long ago.

Due to the deep nature of this event, to cultivate a powerful space, we ask all attending to arrive on the 1st to prepare for the start of the ceremony on the 2nd. No one will be admitted after orientatation.

We are proud and grateful to celebrate our 29th Forestdance gathering, (our 10th in Costa Rica).

We highly suggest to our attendees to schedule in a day and night for integration on site on the 6th of March. We’ll be gathering and offering additional activities on the 6th and potentially on the 7th.

For a deeper look into what happens in our ceremony, please read the following:
www.heartbeatcollective.org/WhatHappensAtTheFire

Meet some of our teachers:
www.heartbeatcollective.org/CostaRicaSeedGroups

See some testimonials:
http://www.heartbeatcollective.org/forestdance/testimonials

To register: http://www.heartbeatcollective.org/CostaRicaRegistration

For FAQ’s:
www.heartbeatcollective.org/forestdance-cr/faqs

“…Between the Tribes’ harmonic music, the laughter of the children and dawn tea made from roots of earth and wood, I reconnect to my family, myself, my power, our power, and the song that life always wants to sing through me but I don’t always hear. At Forestdance, I can hear.” -Robin Sol

Due to the intimate nature of this experience we cap the gathering below 100 attendees.

About Bright Hawk

Bright Hawk performs around the world and is available for transformational healing programs, workshops, yoga classes, retreats, events and gatherings. Excellent at performing at venues large and small, she brings sweetness to a garden party, wedding, house concert, coffee houses and theaters. She is a featured performer at many festivals as both a musician and storyteller.

Bright Hawk is gifted at playing many instruments and has been performing, teaching and playing music throughout her life, in a variety of venues around the world including hospitals, hospice, schools, yoga classes, and healing programs. She also has a marimba band in Boulder, Colorado that is well loved. Currently, she plays the PanArt music in hospice care facilities and is a certified hospice volunteer in Boulder, Colorado.

Her CD, Echoes of the Deep Waters with Sacred Side Project is a favorite for its deeply healing, relaxing and inspiring music. Practitioners around the world are finding it helpful in supporting people on their healing journey.

Echoes of the Deep Waters
Sacred Side Project featuring Bright Hawk, Jason Cohen, Eric Freeman, Chris Baum

Bright Hawk has a Bachelor of Arts, summa cum laude from California State University Long Beach. As a musician, she is playing and supporting healing programs through  her music on the Hang PanArt around the world. A compassionate humanitarian, Bright Hawk is building a life of doing what she loves and loving what she does.

Let’s Dance — Healing with Music and Movement offers programs for the cognitively impaired using music and movement to engage in moments of joy, providing stress relief, physical exercise and big smiles!

The Let’s Dance program provides a unique vibrational setting and healing sound experience through the music of the Hang PanArt instrument played by Bright Hawk; complimented by Hollis Taylor’s gentle guidance and movement with the participants. Together they create a peaceful, safe, collaborative environment within which to engage, relax, and respond in natural and joyful ways.