Oil companies have been exploiting the natural resources and the people of Ecuador for decades. Because the country’s economy depends heavily on crude oil, large petroleum corporations continue to enter the Amazon region to drill in untapped areas, forcing local communities to fight back. Ikiam examines the effects of oil damage (and its possible preventions) upon environments, health, economy, and rapidly changing cultures, and also uncovers dark hidden truths about the dangers of taking a stance against such a frighteningly dominant power.
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Nomadic Hands are pleased to be offering sound relaxation throughout the Sydney region.
Our goal is to help people reduce anxiety and stress and to create positive changes in both mood and emotional state. We use the calming sounds of Tibetan singing bowls to bring you personal well-being.
We offer half hour to one hour sessions, and because we are mobile we will visit you in the comfort of your own home, office, at your organisation, or wherever you are. All of our clients have given positive feedback about their relaxation experience.
Nomadic Hands has teamed up with MALIGNU Earth Music Group with the aim of advocating social and environmental issues in a creative and healing way.
In December 2010 MALIGNU earth music group formed in Negros Islands, the Philippines. The band is made up of a collection of international and multi-instrumental musician-artists. The artists perform collaborative world music at environmental advocacy events and facilitate various youth workshops at environmental and artistic events. The musicians use a wide range of instruments including the didgeridoo, djembe, clarinet, bamboo flute, kubing, tibetan singing bowls, instruments made out of recycled materials and other (mostly indigenous) musical instruments.