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The main feature of our Spring 2023 issue is an interview with the wondrous Snatam Kaur! Snatam Kaur, a magnificent bright and shining presence when it comes to healing sounds and music, unveils how she came to understand and utilise the healing power of chant. Enjoy our inspiring conversation below.
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We are over the moon to announce that one of our favourite performers ever is returning to Dublin. Acclaimed singer and musician Peia Luzzi is joining us for a very special concert in The Chapel of Ease, Irishtown, Dublin 4, D04 CA43 on Saturday September 17th. Doors open at 7.15 p.m. and the concert begins at 8.00 p.m. This event is part of Peia’s highly anticipated Resurgence tour.
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Positive Nights Presents: Jack Harrison. Summer sun, somthings begun…and yes it has.
Positive Nights ready to roll in our new venue The Queens Dalkey. Following our previous visits from the acclaimed yoga teacher, musician and folklorist Jack Harrison, we are thrilled to have him back at Positive Nights to perform his beautiful music on Thursday May 19, at The Queens in Daley. Doors are at 7pm, the show starts at 7.30pm.
Jack is Ireland’s best known Yoga musician. His yoga music is inspired by the great traditions of yoga, integrated with Irish music and inspired by the Celtic tradition and the natural world. Jack first encountered yoga in the 1970s and 1980s in San Francisco. After leaving the U.S., he began to work with the Irish Wheel of Yoga in Galway. He launched his career as a yoga teacher in 2005. Throughout his career, he has travelled extensively and studied a wide range of yoga styles, including Iyengar, Satyananda, Ashtanga and Anusara.
He has travelled widely around the world, offering workshops, intensives and teacher trainings. and his teaching work is now strong influenced by the Celtic tradition. These practices explore how to ally movement of the body with breath, focus, mythology, poetry, music and the natural world.
Jack has had an interest in music and singing since his childhood. He holds a Masters degree in Irish Folklore and Archaeology and has worked for many years as a consultant and lecturer in Heritage Interpretation. In recent years, he began to understand the deep connections between his three interests – yoga, music, and folklore/archaeology – and established the Celtic School of Yoga to help tie together the yoga traditions of India with those of the Celtic world.
We are thrilled to be hosting Jack for a special live event at the Queens Dalkey Thursday 19 May.
Tickets are €25. Concession Ticket €20