A Full Weekend Immersion into playing, making, learning, sharing, exploring, creating, and experiencing the magical vibrations of mankind's first musical instrument...The Didgeridoo.
Learn didgeridoo playing tips for tonal variety, meditative harmony, and circular breathing. We will talk about the native peoples, their ceremonies, their stories. Send them reverence and gratitude. Enjoy camping in a gorgeous serene land with mountain vistas, open air vinage barn, and a pond in the oldest mountains in the world, using fire-metal alchemy to carve your instrumental channel, spontaneous music sharing around the fire two consecutive nights with dinner served Saturday Evening. Topped off with a live band ecstatic dance with didgeridoo(tentative), closed by a full orchestra sound vibrational healing meditation.
Didgeridoo Immersion Retreat:
Make Your own Agave Didgeridoo
And then, after carving your wooden mouthpiece, sanding, and scraping the inside, we lacquer your didgeridoo with natural and sustainable whey(by-product) based coatings, decorate with ferns or lichen etc. and you take your new instrumental ally home.
For the entire weekend, and taking your own didgeridoo home, the cost is $375, and there are only 12 spaces total,
To secure your spot, a $180 deposit is required.
The Agave stalks are tall flower blossoms, the plant creates only one in it's life(up to 100 years long) to get it's seeds as high as it can before it dies. The agave we'll use are hand-harvested by Kennedy himself, selected for excellent back-pressure(makes playing/circular breathing easier), and vary between 5-7 feet tall, giving you the option to choose a higher or deeper pitched didgeridoo. He makes the 4,000 mile round-trek to Sedona, AZ where the quality of agave surpasses Florida agave.
Kennedy OneSelf has been playing the didgeridoo for 8 years, and making them for 7 years. This has been such a big focus and cultivation in his life, that he has become quite adept in both making and playing them. This is a rare opportunity to have a full initiation into the vibrations of this amazing tool. This entire package, for a similar price as simply purchasing a didgeridoo(also an option).
Listen to his music here:
Here is the website of the lacquer that we will use
For years, as a deep purist, Kennedy only used raw tung oil to coat his didgeridoos. They were rough and tacky, but completely natural! These days, he uses poly-whey and eco-poxy, which are 90% natural, and far more sleek and clean. These didgeridoos end up being totally water proof, they have been left in the rain! They are quite durable and have an Amazing tone. Agave didgeridoos have an earthy tone that is far superior to bamboo, comparable to hardwood, and immensely lightweight!
“I want Everyone to know how insanely EMPOWERING this workshop is! It Literally changed the whole path of my life and business. If you're interested, JUST DO IT!" -Amy Hargis, previous attendee