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Yael Deckelbaum

Topic: 𝐄𝐍𝐆 Voice Ceremony - What about the women


About workshop:

What about the women?
Remembering and emancipating our true voice, as free women
For thousands of years the feminine voice has been reduced and silenced.
In the Jewish religion, for example, a woman’s voice is directly connected to her sexuality, there
for an orthodox Jewish women is not allowed to sing in front of men.
Like our sexuality, our voice too holds the key to connect us to our true power.
It is magnificent, it is beautiful, it is wise and holds great spiritual expression. One that we have
not allowed our selves to express freely for far to many generations.
For all humans, the voice is a conductor – a meeting point between spirit and matter.
And for most of us, the access to this gate has been limited by the partitions that life has taught
us to build.
Through our breathing, through exercises and some simple tools, we will learn to dissolve these
partitions of shame, judgment and guilt and free the wings of hidden voice, love it again, enjoy
this free expression as individuals and as part of a group, combining our voices together in
The workshop incorporates meditative methods and technical tools for healthier singing,
exercises, improvised circle singing and ceremony.
The workshop is for any woman who just loves to sing.


About speaker:

Yael Deckelbaum, is a platinum award-winning Israeli/Canadian singer/songwriter and activist. Known as a founding member of Habanot Nechama, an Israeli folk band who’s self-titled album went platinum in Israel with over 40,000 records sold. Yael has performed on the same stage with Sir George Martin, Suzanne Vega, Chris Cornell, Livingston Taylor, Tom Chaplin, Bobby McFerrin, Matisyahu, Gregory Porter. She has released 4 solo albums and participated in several influential albums within Israel.

In 2016, Her song “Prayer Of The Mothers”, originally written to support the Women Wage Peace Movement, went viral on social media. In the video, thousands of Palestinian and Israeli women unite in a winding march of hope in the desert sands of the Middle East. This visionary song subsequently turned into an international peace anthem. Shared by millions, it inspired women across the globe to get together and take action.

Like Joan Baez and Pete Seeger, Yael has been recognized by many people as a groundbreaking musical activist of our time. With the streets as her stage and marching women as her crowd, Yael has led various women’s marches over the past two years in over 10 different countries — from Europe to Asia and America to Africa. Yael performs internationally throughout Israel, Europe and the USA, where she has become more and more active in using her music to inspire positive change and support non-violent communication between cultures that are in conflict, emphasising the necessity of women leadership.

Inspired by her encounter with the women’s movements and recent events across the globe, Yael continued to write more songs for the women’s revolution, compiling them into a fresh new album Women of The World Unite. Together with The Mothers, the album also features singers such as Joss Stone, Zap Mama, Nikki Glaspie, Amyra León and more…These women are a united musical forefront of a women’s movement that will change the world one heart at a time. The debut album of Yael & The Mothers is set to be released later this year.

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