Roz Crampton

Roz Crampton: Earthdance – Sound Bath Enjoy a deeply relaxing sonic massage through the cosmic, vibrational tones and overtones of live ancestral sounds that work deep into every cell of the body. Clear unwanted traumas, blocks and patterns bringing you into a more optimal frequency, and enhancing energetic flow on all levels. Release and ‘let go’ as you surrender to the powerful majestic sound of the Gongs. Ride on the atmospheric waves of Himalayan Singing Bowls and the haunting sound of Native American Flutes. Feel the primal and heart-connecting resonance of Shamanic and Tribal Drums. Drift into your dream-time with the deep earthy drone of the Didgeridoo and other ancient instruments as they bathe you in a subliminal sound you’ll never feel the same again.

Please bring something padded and comfortable to lie on plus a cushion/pillow and blankets.
Roz Crampton – Founder of Earthdance
Roz facilitates spiritual/personal awareness and development…. assisting people to realise their innate gifts and true potential. Roz has over 27yrs experience leading a wide range of workshops and retreats, nationally and internationally. She works extensively with the healing resonance of sound, incorporating Gongs, Himalayan Singing Bowls, Shamanic & Tribal drums and Native American flutes along with the Breath, Voice and Mantra to facilitate personal transformation and well-being.

Roz has always had a strong affinity with nature, wildlife and the earth’s natural energies. From a very early age, she has experienced numerous psychic phenomena and through ongoing study and practice, Roz has enhanced her natural psychic and mediumistic abilities to a high degree.

Her professional background in dance and exercise and as a tutor of national teachers’ training courses in health and fitness means she has developed a sound understanding of the physical body and is well experienced at working with groups to facilitate learning and co-operation using a range of teaching strategies.
Roz has worked and performed with a wide range of international artists and has featured on both local and national radio and television. She has also had articles published in national magazines. Roz has taken her work to schools, colleges and universities as well as been invited to present at Mensa. She finds it both rewarding and stimulating to work with people of all ages, and abilities.