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Sound Healing Meditation at Yoga Mandala in Winchester TODAY, 4-6:00pm

Sound Healing Meditation at Yoga Mandala in Winchester TODAY, 4-6:00pm
Above and beyond the many therapeutic benefits of sound healing (which Dr. Oz calls 'the next wave' in healing)-- deep relaxation, a profound sense of well being, the ability to process and release some of our stickier internal conundrums-- one gets the opportunity to journey within, reclaim oneself, and encounter the Divinity therein. Please join us on Sunday June 1 at the lovely studios of Yoga Mandala, from 4-6:00pm. Lay back and be bathed in the shruti box, chant, guided imagery, ecstatic drumming, the gong, the didgeridoo, and over 20 singing bowls. Attendees lay on yoga mats (or sit in the available chairs) covered in blankets and then are bathed in exquisite sound and tone. $25, email joeyghayes@comcast.net to register. Yoga mats, blankets, and pillows provided, or you may bring your own. Yoga Mandala is at 750 Main Street in Winchester; both the parking lot and the entrance to the building are on the right hand side. Thank you for reading, and have a peaceful day.

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 through use, our bodies can also fall out of vibrational harmony and potentially develop illness. Stress and negativity create blockages of a healthy flow of energy, showing up in the energy field around our body as lower energy disturbances at first, and later as illness in our physical body. Sound and vibration can be used to re-tune and return us to health and one of the most powerful modalities for this is the use of singing bowls. When there is a deep relaxation through soothing, resonant sound, the body is affected on a cellular level, opening up the flow of energy to move us back toward health..." Suren Shrestha, How to Heal with Singing Bowls


“Thank you! One of the most amazing experiences of my life.” Dr. Beth C, Smithfield, RI

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