Enter one of nature’s spiritual places for a natural and musical acoustic forest walk at dusk.
“It is in the still silence of nature that one will find true bliss.”
Acoustic….raw, real, natural. The evening light that softly filters through the forest is gradually replaced by twilight and near silence. It is now quiet time in the forest…or is it? Let your senses guide you through this experience from start to end; close your eyes, breathe, listen, feel, be silent…..and you will be rewarded. Join us to explore this time of day in a slow deliberate fashion, letting your senses guide you through one of the West Kootenay’s sacred forests. Let your senses of feel and hearing take over as slow darkness falls on the forest and be reminded of what acoustic really means: raw, real, natural. Immerse yourself in the forest in quiet reflection, and have a small taste of Vipassana, the simple meditation technique of being silent—the forest will decide what will be offered. A snack and hot drink will be served to seduce yet another of your senses. Your evening experience will culminate when the forest comes to life and silence becomes sweet sound, with music from a local singer/songwriter wafting through the trees…
- 12 persons max *
- Please contact us for private or special group bookings
- Price: Adult: $60 plus GST / Youth 12-16: $45 plus GST
Details/Good to Know:
- Meet time: 5:00 pm (time may vary depending on time of year)
- Length of time: 2.5 hours
- Physical Challenge Rating: medium
- Held outdoors
- Good footwear suggested
- Come prepared for cool evenings, bugs, and rain
- Snacks and hot drink (locally prepared)
- full experience led by an experience leader
- ½ hr live acoustic musical performance
*A minimum number of guests from one or multiple groups are required for this experience to be offered. Please see experience small print.
About Diemm, Experience Collaborator
"Diemm has the incredible ability to discuss heavy, sad, or even complicated topics in a manner that makes them sound light." ~Alana Ballantyne, Two Story Melody
"Diemm sings a lot of otherworldly melodies that sound as if they might’ve been inspired by Indian ragas or Punjabi folk songs. And the spoken word pieces work because Dawna is a truly expressive raconteur". ~ Roots Music Canada
Live Video, Song 'Want To Want To'
Ten Thousand Miracles Album on Spotify
Visit www.diemm.ca for links, videos, and to join her mailing list.