The Sound Healing Guided Meditation is a space to take yourself into a deep state of relaxation, exploring healing sounds with Tibetan singing bowls, tuning forks, pranayama (breathing exercises) and other senses - a deep place of stillness is found in these sessions.
About myself, my name is Madelin from Chile, I am Reiki practitioner. I have been in this beautiful journey of love and awakening from 2006 when Reiki Energy came to my life.
I have finished my studies of Reiki Level 1 and 2 in South America and I keep discovering and learning through my own journey. I am constantly reminded that we are all connected as one.
In this course I will share with you what works for me as we learn and discover together.
I extend to you an invitation to take a pause from your daily routine, to give yourself a moment of peace, to find and embrace your inner energy.
You don´t need any previous experience to receive benefit from mediation.
You can book online and guarantee your place or just drop-in. Class size is limited to 6 people. All welcome.For more information or to make a booking please email on firstname.lastname@example.org or call me on 043367489
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Class Schedule / June 2017 Every Friday from 5pm • Duration: 60 minutes June 2nd 2017 June 9th 2017 June 16th 2017 June 23rd 2017 June 30th 2017 Pay online or cash on arrival.
- You will learn to go into a deep level of relaxation using breathing and sound. This creates space our own healing.
- Greater connection with the breath and the body.
- A moment of calm in your daily routine.
- Reduces stress and anxiety.
- Yoga mat and blanket.
Comfortable clothes to lay on the floor.
Everyone is welcome to join this space. To enjoy relaxation and time for yourself.
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