Friday 29th Nov 6:15pm - 7:30pm
Tickets $25 Book Online (current class passes & memberships are valid for this workshop)
A deeply relaxing session, where you simply lay back and "receive" the sound waves from the live musical instruments, which reengage your own healing processes to deeply relax the body and mind.
A series of crystal bowls, brass Tibetan bowls, large gong and other beautiful instruments will be used by Rebecca, our sound healing guide, composer and musician for the workshop.
Quantum physicists have recently reported that sound waves carry mass. So, if sound waves carry a small amount of mass as they travel, this supports the idea that sound healing does in fact induce muscle relaxation and movement within the body, releasing tension, both psychical and emotional.
Science aside, many ancient cultures have used sound healing and therapy to activate the natural healing processes of the body. I often talk about one of my favourite movies, The Story of the Weeping Camel, which is a docudrama filmed in Mongolia, about a nomadic family, who request a sound healing to help their mother camel reconnect with her baby after a traumatic birth. I saw it about 10 years ago, long before I had heard of sound healing, and it was honestly, one of the most beautiful movies I've ever seen.
Either way, science or ancient cultures aside, why not try it for yourself as experience is the ultimate subjective science. From what I've experienced, sound healing is a deeply relaxing, moving and healing on many levels.