The use of sound as a therapy has a long tradition. Sound was thought to be the principle tool in healing by the ancients, including the Egyptians, who used chants and sounding instruments to manipulate energy fields and bring about balance in the body. From planets and super massive black holes to cells and DNA, to the human voice, everything vibrates and creates sound.
In the Healing Sound Bath you will experience the powerful sounds of the didgeridoo, crystal and singing bowls as well as the use of toning to help you relax and let go of tension and find the peaceful restful state that exists within.
- Release stress, anxiety and unwanted thoughts
- Feel more energised, happier and uplifted
- Identify and release life limiting physical, emotional and mental patterns
- Change your life for the better
Please bring a light blanket and a mat to lie on. Many people also like having a pillow to support their knees.
Healing Sound Bath Venues and times:
Time: Fridays at 6.30pm
Venue: My Body My Temple, 19 Chapel St, Nundah click here for map. Chapel St is One Way. Enter from Sandgate Road in Nundah village; there’s a café called Slightly Twisted on the corner, they have a funky monkey painted in the window.
Time: Wednesdays at 6.30pm
Venue: Crystal Journey upstairs room, Centro Toombul, Sandgate Rd. click here for map. For the upstairs room, head down from Coles towards the Aldi end of the centre. When you see the red arrow on the floor towards essential beauty and the exit turn right. Use the stairs next to Peerless Dry Cleaners. Once you get upstairs the Crystal Journey room is the first on the right.
Investment: $20 / $15 Concession
Time: Saturday March 23rd at 6.30pm
Venue: Yogababy, 7 Vimy St, Bardon.
Please consider car sharing as there is limited parking down the back of the church and on the street.
Here is a link to the Yogababy location map on the website:
Vinyasa Yoga Sound Bath – Monday April 8 at 7.15pm
Venue: 80 Boundary St Bardon.
Combining Vinyasa yoga with the Healing Sound Bath to let you move beyond old patterns and reconnect with your deeper self. Kaya Slater is a wonderfully intuitive yoga teacher and healer with a wealth of experience.Class limited to 35 places.
$25 / $20 Concession.
The venue is the old St Mary Magdalene’s Anglican Church. It is in a residential area so please consider the neighbours and park about 100 metres away. Nearby Haining St has plenty of parking in front of the park. Please note that right in front of the hall is a bus stop so please keep this clear. Car pooling is encouraged.
Sandgate Guided Meditation Sound Bath
Monday April 15 at 7pm
Join Joy Nish and myself for a combination guided meditation and Sound Bath. The venue is the Sandbag Community Centre on Rainbow St.
Investment: $20. Please bring a yoga mat to lie on and pillows to make sure you are comfortable.