Music and Imagery for mandala-making
A presentation by Gail Godfrey
Thursday, February 4, 2021 7.15pm - 9.30pm
Venue: St Mary’s Anglican Church Hall
455 Main St. Kangaroo Point, QLD 4169
Admission: 5 Contribution
A different night to restart our programme, beginning with An Occasional News and Weather Report from the committee president about where we now find ourselves, followed at 7.30pm by Music and Imagery for mandala-making with Gail Godfrey. This programme is to allow for more participation at this time when we each are bringing with us, into our Jungian focus, the story of 2020.
Gail Godfrey’s vocation in music has taken her on a journey as a music teacher, performer, music psychotherapist and early childhood music lecturer.
She was introduced to the work of C.G. Jung through her postgraduate studies in Guided Imagery and Music (GIM) at Melbourne University where she became a Registered Guided Imagery and Music Therapist (RGIMT) and a Fellow of the Association for Music and Imagery (FAMI).
Her work in early childhood music education has been guided by Zoltan Kodaly’s music philosophy. Gail is the recipient of the International Katalin Forrai Award in early childhood music education.
Gail also holds a Bachelor of Human Services (B.HuServ), Bachelor of Theology (B.Th), Masters of Education (M.Ed) and a T.Mus.A.
Her multidisciplinary approach combines to broaden and enrich her service to people of all ages and backgrounds.
After supper we will be holding our Annual General Meeting at 9pm and for anyone wishing to stay on and not attend the AGM, there will be a screening of an engaging talk by historian Ernst Falzeder, demystifying the relationship between Jung and Freud.