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January - March 2020

Dream of Green Events January - March 2020   CLICK TO BOOK EVENT

Are We Living In A Matrix?

Film Night Discussion

Saturday 18th January


Film night discussion with film studies experts and a screening of Martrix 2 This will be followed by discussion and socializing. Includes vegan ice cream. Bring your own drinks.

Meet like minds, discuss the meaning of life,the universe and everything with fellow philosophers, Matrix fans, and sci-fi geeks.


Venue: Earth Moves

Revealing the Shadow Through Movement and Abstract Art

Sunday 26th January 

1.00pm - 4.00pm

Come along to our mind-blowing, expressive release of emotions through art , and trance dancing.

In a state of altered consciousness create abstract art. Suitable for  all, including those with no artistic experience as well as artists.

A wonderful opportunity to let go and release all stress in your everyday life. You will be in touch with your emotions and have the opportunity to express them through the medium of abstract art.

With Ishtar and Julia 

Venue TBC

Drawing Down 

The Goddess

Saturday 8th February 

11.00am - 4.00pm

Drawing down the goddess workshop that takes place in the beautiful Lady Lever Gallery in Port Sunlight.

The workshop shares information about various goddesses that are exhibited at these institutions.

Connecting with the goddess is done primarily through drawing, as this process creates a deep connection. We will also include meditations.

This is a workshop for complete beginners who know nothing about drawing or goddesses, as well as established artists and experts in the field of goddess theology and everyone in between who is called to connect with these antiquities of the Divine Feminine. Workshop leaders Toc, Ishtar and Pete.

Price £25

Venue - Lady Lever Art Gallery - Port Sunlight

The Earth is Alive!

film & ecology

Sunday 1st March 

 11am - 4.00pm

The Earth is Alive!

Film and Script Writing workshop to promote environmentalism and social ecology. 

Peter Rix, Veejay Kumar and Adrian run a workshop that details films about the environment. We will look at film studies,   script writing and ways to film and edit on your phone.

This is a workshop that is for all levels and ages. Free to those on benefits or low pay and the Earth Moves Community.

Otherwise suggested donations £10-£20

Certificate of completion from Earth Moves.


Earth Moves and environs

January - March 2020 continued

Dream of Green Events January - March 2020 continued  CLICK TO BOOK EVENT

Heali​ng Sounds,

Trance and Movements

Sunday 15th March

2.00 - 4.30pm
Somatic movement, consciousness change and
sound to heal and cleanse the energy field.
Trance dance techniques from the Middle East and healing sound frequencies combine to reset your mind, cleanse your energy system. Ancient rituals and practices mixed with a modern psychological process.
We will have Mugwort and Cocoa ceremonies.
Therapeutically, the session is especially recommended for releasing stress, trauma, grief, depression and associated physical ailments through movement, deep physical relaxation, emotional rebalancing and spiritual discovery.
Ishtar dancer and teacher and sound artist Beverly.
Venue - The Bluecoat,
School Lane, Liverpool 

Eating, Cheap and Clean Free

Saturday 21st March

Eating, Cheap and Clean Free 

with Janne Mullen

This workshop is designed to show people how they can easily incorporate more plant-based freshly prepared food, cheaply and easily into their diet. We will incorporate produce from Earth Moves Community Greenhouse and those bought from local budget supermarkets.

We will eat together with the delicious food we have collectively prepared.

With innovative chef Jane Mullen assisted by Paula.



 New Brighton Community Centre