Saturday, March 10th
3:30 - 5:00pm
$30 pre-registration; $35 day of event
Workshop Refund Policy: Full payment is required to reserve a space in workshops. All workshops are non-refundable. Cancelations made more than 48 hours prior will be issued store credit. No store credit will be given for cancelations made less than 48 hours out.
An amazing afternoon awaits...
Come join us as Joe Hayes of SoundScapers builds a temple of therapeutic sound and tone in this group sound healing practice.
Be bathed in sacred chant and guided imagery, accompanied by the didgeridoo, a Shruti box, and a full complement of quartz, fusion, and Tibetan sound bowls. This 90 minute practice promises to be deeply relaxing, and profoundly therapeutic.
Nada Brahma – All is Sound (The Buddha)
Sound healing, an ancient protocol of wellness, is now undergoing a global renaissance as people discern its many benefits.
“Everyone has a vibration that is a signature of their health and well-being. Similar to a musical instrument that can fall out of tune, our bodies can also fall out of vibrational harmony and develop illness ... Sound and vibration can be used to re-tune and return us to health. One of the most powerful modalities for this is the use of singing bowls and gongs"
-- Suren Shrestha, traditional Himalayan sound therapist, in How to Heal with Singing Bowls
Come experience for yourself how you can relax, rejuvenate, and literally re-tune!
Bring your yoga mat and anything you'd like to lie down and be most comfortable! Blankets and bolsters at the studio.
About Joe Hayes of SoundScapers
Joe considers himself blessed to have brought his sound healing practice to hundreds of venues and thousands of people over the past several years. He is a student and teacher of yoga, and specializes in teaching yoga to people new to sobriety. He is also the author of three books, with three more forthcoming: two short story collections and four novels. Joe is the owner of Vision Landscape, which designs and builds contemplative/Zen/healing gardens for people in the Metropolitan Boston area. He occasionally teaches at the Cambridge Center in Harvard Square.