Holds Space for you to:


This is a wondrously experimental session, involving music, improvisation and discussion. 

Within it, you will:

-Be supported to tune into where you're at

- Experience Daniel’s improvisation as you listen and play! (in a 25 minute journey) 

-Discover how improvisation can support you to create the world you desire to live in. 


No musical experience is required to participate in this session! 

Daniel's session will be available until Saturday 21st November at 10am GMT / 5am Eastern / 2am Pacific / 11am CET 




unleash your fire

Daniel's free gift to you:

a transformative pdf:

'How you are choking your creativity and six surprising ways to stop it.'


to claim daniel's free gift.

Over the course of Daniel Barber’s varied career ranging from social work to quantitative research design and statistics, video production, political activism, and music, ­­­Daniel Barber has worked with many smart, large-hearted and wise people as they’ve applied themselves to our collective challenges.


One of his enduring questions has always been, how do we get from where we are to where we want to be?  He has come to think that "how" question is, ultimately, unproductive.


He proposes a better question is "What do I do now?" That question tends to wake each of us up and point us in the direction of the world we want to see (and/or the way we want to be).   


It gets us out of our heads and plants us in the present. It asks us to connect with what is going on right now, with who we are, and says "okay, so what are we going to do now to create more peace, joy, harmony, healing, more connection with nature, or whatever other desires may reside in heart and soul." 


Sound-making, especially when it comes from deep presence, is a profoundly creative, connective, generative, catalyzing and organizing force.


When we align mindful awareness with the use of sound, it matters in ways that are impossible to measure.


Daniel, whose spirit name is Two Trees, is in the business of living musically and he works primarily with people who yearn for that, too.  


Since 2015 he has been working with individuals and groups using a 6-phase process he designed called TAP the Flow that integrates mindful presence practice with a unique musical improvisation modality that helps people engage their authenticity, realize and liberate their unique offerings, and claim their naturally powerful place in the world.

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