Sound Healing with Zen Within

Sunday, May 26 from 5-6pm
at Elemental Healing


The person who asked, wanted to know if there was water involved  and couldn’t quite picture what was going to happen.

Nope No Water.

Here’s a great definition of a sound bath from Elemental Healing, where our event is taking place.
“Sound therapy, also known as vibrational medicine, is an ancient cultural practice that uses tuning forks, Tibetan singing bowls, gongs, and drums that resonate for healing at a cellular level. Your organs, tissues, and cells all vibrate with their own frequency. Stress, anxiety, poor diet, and lack of movement impact their ability to function at optimal levels. Vibrations felt during sound therapy often promote relaxation, relieve pain, release blocked energy, and increase “chi” (energy).”

This is what I told the person.

Think of it as a long Shavasana.

Not sure what that is? It’s a yoga pose traditionally at the end of a class where a person lies comfortably on their back, closes their eyes, and relaxes taking in and appreciating all the hard work of their practice.


What to bring.

Please come! Bring a yoga mat, perhaps a pillow or blanket and anything you need to be comfortable for an hour. No need to meditate, or sweat or anything else before you arrive. All you have to do is be present.

Find the spot in the room that is most inviting to you, some people like being close to the instruments, others on the right, or by the door. Get situated and lay back and let us wash away stress and help you relax and enjoy the sound of gongs, singing bowls, etc while I move around the room and do energy work on each person. That means I walk around each person and feel what is going on with them energetically and share healing energy.

The event will be held at: Elemental Healing.