Modular Sound Bath: New Moon
February 23 at 6:00pm
Modular Sound Bath
Sunday, February 23
Embrace this natural time of rejuvenation and restoration by turning to your inner guides and participating in a conversation about how to proceed into the coming weeks.
What works? What doesn't? What do you want? What is changing?
This chat gives you a chance to reboot and come out of the experience feeling more clear, confident, and enthusiastic. Let's do this!
Christian and Brandee take you on a sound journey using Quartz Crystal Singing Bowls and Modular Synthesis.
A sound bath is used as a healing technique, using the vibrations from sound to "communicate" with the vibrations of each individual's body and mind to shake out discomfort and tension.
$25 pre / $30 day of
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"I was levitating!"
"I feel energized...like everything is in its place."
"I went on a ride between consciousness and extreme self-awareness. When I would close my eyes, the sounds would influence my thoughts, presenting memories from life, tv, and thoughts I've had. When I'd open them, I was fully present and awake."
"My brain is forced to let go, as though I am no longer in control of it. My thoughts flow in effortlessly; some very out there. Without judgement, I am able to simply watch them move through." - Anna
"I felt so heavy that even if I wanted to, I couldn't move my body and get up. It was comfortable. I wanted to be there." - Aaron
"It sounded primal. I loved it!"
"When I came in, my sciatica was acting up. I felt a sensation in the area where I feel the discomfort during the sound bath, like a vibration. By the time the workshop was over, the pain was gone. The whole next day, I enjoyed what felt like a new body, cleansed of any sciatic pain whatsoever." - Emi
"Some of the tones reminded me of Pink Floyd, which brought me back to this crystal clear memory from childhood. It made me laugh." - Julie
"I felt like I was on an acid trip!" - Erica
"I feel taken care of, and I really needed this. You reminded me that the peace is within, and that it's actually always accessible." - Bobby
"I feel relaxed and stimulated at the same time" - Greg
"I thought I was in the movie Arrival for awhile there" - Jonathan