with Justin Langlois
& Stefany Pagé-Douville
Friday, November 20, 2020
7 pm - 8:30 pm
Pricing for this event will be done by sliding scale
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"Music is good for the soul."
And acoustic music around the fire, in an intimate setting, is even more so soothing for the soul, the mind & the body. It's a form of meditation, of grounding, of filling your heart & mind with inspiration. It has a way of bringing us back to old memories and it inspires us to make new ones too.
We are combining our ultimate loves: Music, Nature & Connections. As the cooler weather is settling, whilst enjoying the cool air in our lungs and on our cheeks, it's the perfect way to end the week!
Come unwind, warm up around the fire, roast your own smores & enjoy live acoustic music in an intimate setting.
As we are being mindful of current covid-19 situation;
therefore, there is an in-person limit of 15 registrations available only.
Option of arriving starting 6:30pm to enjoy the presence of nature
7:00pm - Introduction & meditation
7:20pm - Live accoustics
8:25pm - Wrap up
For those attending in person, there will be warm drinks served and your own personal smores grill kit to enjoy during the music!
Come unwind with us!
Justin Langlois is an architectural designer, a meditation instructor, and a musician. He grew up in Cornwall Ontario, where he first picked up a guitar at the age of 8. Music for him has opened many doors to a world of creativity; a world that has brough him much healing and peace.
Since moving to Ottawa, he has been part of a band in collaboration with his childhood friends. The band is called Crooked Pines. This connection of nature and music has played an important role in his art. Whether it is in music or sustainable architecture, nature continues to inspire him every day
After retiring her microphone more than 10 years ago, your host is letting her voice be heard once more.
Holding space for others will always be at the heart of her passion - alongside music. And she is excited to bring both together for evening of intimacy.
Stefany is a Franco-Ontarian native singer who sang at multiple charity events, weddings, and festivals such as: Festival Franco-Ontarien. Her performance was showcased at Contact Ontarois and she was the laureate of multiple grants given at Ontario Pop.
But her biggest accomplishment to date is becoming a Mom & creating The Healing Circle Farm space for you all.
Note on the Investment Cost:
Althought we have purchased this land & home; I don't see it as being "my land". I believe that nature is for every living being and that all should find safe space here.
I also acknowledge that the land upon which we gather is the traditional unceded territory of the Omàmìwininìwag (Algonquin).
Based on your financial situation, if paying the full price would cause you to be less secure in your ability to meet your basic food, health, housing or essential transport needs please reach out to us. We offer payment plans, sliding scale & scholarship options. Please send us an email at email@example.com
All retreats are non-refundable and no credits can be given at this time; but if you are unable to attend after registration is completed, we invite you to transfer your spot to someone of your choice.
The Healing Circle Farm is an outdoor retreat space and runs rain or shine. We have outdoor shelters to accomodate in case of rain, and a fire to warm us. We ask that you watch for the day's weather conditions and dress accordingly before making your way.
That said, in case of severe weather storms, the event will be cancelled or moved and then a credit will remain on your account. All participants will be contacted in advance.