Experience deep relaxation and rejuvenation in our Sound Bath Wellness Class featuring the enchanting resonance of gongs. Immerse yourself in a harmonious journey as the soothing vibrations wash over you, melting away stress and tension. The gentle, yet powerful tones of the gongs create a tranquil space where you can release physical and mental fatigue, fostering inner peace and mindfulness.
Guided by our skilled practitioner Tina Howarth and featured musician Todd Koga, this immersive sonic experience will leave you feeling balanced, reenergized, and in tune with your inner self, ready to face life’s challenges with newfound serenity and clarity. Join us for a transformative sound healing experience that resonates with your body, mind, and soul.
Sept 13 @ 8:00 PM
Oct 4 @ 8:00 PM
Nov 16 @ 8:00 PM
Join Vivian from Coherence Sound Healing for a relaxing Sound Bath. Relax and unwind as you are immersed in the healing vibrations of the crystal singing bowls.
Take a moment to unwind and embrace a relaxed pace as you’re guided through an immersive, full-body sound experience. Vibrational healing instruments and techniques will create a unique meditative soundscape.
Whether you’re a seasoned sound bather or new to sound healing, our sessions are designed to provide a safe and supportive space for you to explore your inner world and tap into the power of sound.
Sept. 22 @ 8:00 PM
Sept. 27 @ 8:00 PM
Oct. 20 @ 8:00 PM
Oct. 25 @ 8:00 PM
Nov. 10 @ 8:00 PM
Dec. 1 @ 8:00 PM
Abhyanga, a revered practice in Ayurveda, is a traditional self-massage technique rooted in ancient Indian wisdom. This therapeutic ritual involves the gentle application of warm oils to the body, promoting holistic well-being. The rhythmic and deliberate strokes of Abhyanga not only nourish the skin but also stimulate circulation, relax muscles, and help release accumulated toxins. As the oil is absorbed through the skin, it penetrates deeper, soothing the nervous system and inducing a profound sense of relaxation.
Abhyanga is not merely a physical massage; it nurtures the mind and spirit, fostering balance and harmony within the body’s intricate systems. Through regular Abhyanga practice, individuals can experience enhanced vitality, reduced stress, and a reconnection with their body’s innate wisdom, leading to a renewed sense of vitality and overall health.
October 12 @ 8:00PM
Yoga Nidra is often referred to as “yogic sleep”, is a deeply relaxing and transformative practice rooted in the ancient traditions of yoga. Unlike physical yoga postures, Yoga Nidra is a guided meditation technique that facilitates profound physical, mental, and emotional relaxation. Practitioners lie down in a comfortable position and are led through a systematic journey of body awareness, breath regulation, and guided imagery. This meditative state induces conscious relaxation where the mind hovers between wakefulness and slumber.
During Yoga Nidra, the practitioner’s body and mind enter a state of deep rest, yet remain consciously aware. This unique state allows for the release of physical tension, emotional stress, and mental fatigue. Regular practice of Yoga Nidra is believed to promote better sleep, reduce anxiety, and enhance focus and creativity, and foster overall well-being. It’s a powerful tool for self-transformation, inner exploration, and rejuvenation, making it an invaluable practice for anyone seeking profound relaxation and self-discovery in the midst of modern-day challenges.
October 19 @ 8:00PM
November 30 @8:00PM
Increasing our comfort with receptivity directly impacts our ability to give from our overflow. In this class, we will practice relaxing the body deeply and experiencing the breath mindfully. Drawing on restorative yoga, yin yoga, yoga Nidra, and visualization, we will bring our systems into the rest and digest setting, a place to decompress and regenerate.
This class will be an application and introduction to Pranayama, a yogic form of breathing. We will also be exploring the healing benefits of inner sound as well as vocal toning out loud. Come and explore your own breath and sound as healing modalities.