Deeply Unwind Bathed in the Sound of Crystal Singing Bowls
Beginning Monday, September 27th:
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Masks are also required for all indoor classes.
Join Megan the 2nd Sunday of every month for a sound bath at Phinney Ridge. Pack your pillows and comfy blankets and set the tone for your coming week with a relaxing hour listening to crystal bowls.
The perfect end to the weekend and a great start for the week ahead, this practice uses the power of sound and vibration to help the body and nervous system relax, much like a massage might do, and students often report that following a sound bath they feel clearer, calmer and sometimes report decreases in physical body pain and often a better night’s sleep. Our evening practice will simply involve arriving, getting comfortable and relaxing to the sound of the bowls, our evening ending with a short meditation.
2nd SUNDAYS, 6:30 – 7:30 PM
October 10, November 14, December 12
If the class is full, to be added to the waitlist please click the SIGN UP link above. Registration for others dates can be accessed through the same link.
Space is limited. Please dress comfortably, yoga clothing is not required. Bring your yoga mat or a blanket to rest on. You may also wish to bring your own eye pillow if you have one.
Cancellation Policy: Refunds of 90% up to five days prior to workshop. No refunds allowable after that time.
Megan Sloan began her study of sound over 15 years ago, soon after beginning her private sound healing practice. As a yoga teacher, she was always trying to bring the power of sound into the studio to offer its healing aspects to her students. Back in 2010, she began offering sound baths to bring the relaxing and rejuvenating aspects of sound to groups of people at the yoga studios she taught at. She has since gone on to do sound baths at studios, yoga conferences and on private retreats. She loves being present when people experience the sound of crystal bowls for the very first time.