Yinka playing the flute.
Yinka playing the flute.

According to Yinka, it takes three tellings of a story to make it yours. You know, to make it come alive in you.

That’s just what make storytelling one of our wonderful human traditions. A potent agent for transformation, entertaining and spreading history, news and knowledge.

For the second year running, we will be welcoming Yinka.

Yinka Tuakli, heart whisperer and story teller
Yinka Tuakli, heart whisperer and story teller

On Sunday evening at 6:30 pm on October the 25th, join us at Laya Point, the Old Ulpha School to listen and discover the stories and traditional characters which appear from West Africa storytelling – Kings, farmers, trickers, animals and singing trees and more, coming to life through Yinka’s skilled story weaving.

Yinka is a dancer by practice, he also practices the traditional healing dance of Togo, Nuanana Sia. This bodywork practice liberates different characters, bringing them to life, through a kind of shapeshifting!

African storytelling at Laya Point
African storytelling at Laya Point

This is child, family, and baby friendly space. Please feel free to join us from 5pm for a meal, please bring a plate to share.

This event is by donation. Please spread the word and let’s make it something special!

Yinka is also a healer, life coach, story teller, NLP practitioner, musician and dancer working with people who want to enrich their lives and relationships through deepening their heart awareness. He travels the world sharing his tools through workshops. Please visit his website: www.honoryourmagnificence.com

African Storytelling with Yinka Latevi Tuakli
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