Soul Earth Dancers





We gather to Dance rising Healing Energy together, merging our consciousness with Nature, and the Chiefs Braves and Maidens who join us in Spirit within the the vibrant energy of the Drum and Healing Power of the Dance.





"It is an honour to work as a Channel to the Spirit Council of 21 Native Indian Chiefs. to receive and share their Ancient Songs .

I have dedicated myself to do all I can through the giving of my Love and Energy in facilitating Sacred Gatherings assisting with the transformation of consciousness of humanity so that we can protect nature and all its inhabitants. Theresa Whitebuffalowoman"



                         Chief Sitting Bull

As Soul Sisters and Soul Brothers we believe in the Sacredness of Nature and seek to harmonise the consciousness of those who would destroy the beauty and balance of mother nature bringing them enlightened understanding that "what we do to nature we do to ourselves and that all life is Sacred".

Through the Dance we empower this energy of Love and Light touching all Souls who come into the Sacred Circle.





Being in the Power of the Spirit together as a caring and sharing Soul Community, we can harness Source energy and bring the changes needed for restoration and regeneration of Gaia so that we may see a New Dawn Rising in the consciousness of humanity.

The Drums are Sounding the Sacred Fire is Burning and You are invited to take your place within the Sacred Hoop to revive the Spirit on the Earth






"Whatever befalls the Earth befalls the sons and daughters of the Earth.

If men spit upon the ground, they spit upon themselves. This we know. The Earth does not belong to us, we belong to the Earth. This we know.
All things are connected like the blood that unites one family.
All things are connected. Whatever befalls the Earth befalls the sons and daughters of the Earth. We did not weave the web of life; we are merely a strand in it. Whatever we do to the Web, we do to ourselves.

                                (~ Chief Seattle, Duwamish)"