Rejuvenation Sound Healing
From Darkness to Light :: New Moon in Scorpio at Diwali*
Go deep to explore your shadow side,
embracing the trinity of creation, destruction and renewal
to remove limiting habits, beliefs, emotions and obstacles.
Emerge from the darkness with dynamic healing and
a significantly lighter load.
Reach your point of inner stillness and outer calm with pranayama, deep relaxation and sound healing.
create a deeper connection to your soul as you surrender to
the sublime sounds of sacred Gong and Himalayan singing bowls
perfect for soothing away tension and improving clarity of mind, emotions and body.
The sound of the gong stimulates the parasympathetic nervous system (rest and digest function),
clears the mind, balances emotions, strengthens nerves and restores energy.
A great way to manage stress and release tensions of the day.
Absolutely no experience needed to benefit from this calm and healing practice!
For those seeking deep relaxation, relief from anxiety and release of tension
come to the Sound Healing Rejuvenation experiences held every fortnight on New and Full Moons.
Wednesday nights in the beautiful historic church hall at Erskineville Village - Newtown from 7.00-8.00pm.
Bring a mat, light shawl or blanket to cover you and be prepared for complete lightness of being...
*Diwali - the Indian Festival of Lights - is celebrated by people from the Indian sub-continent and across the whole world. Diwali or Deepavali means 'rows of lights', it is the festival symbolising victory of good over evil, light over darkness, and knowledge over ignorance. In the modern world the festival of lights represents a reaffirmation of hope, a renewed commitment to friendship, religious tolerance, spreading the word of peace and harmony and above all, celebration of the simple joys of life.
Rejuvenating class to release tension and clear blocks on all levels of being
Gentle warm up
Sound bath of bronze gongs and singing bowls
chanting mantra meditatio
No experience necessary to benefit from this deeply healing practice