In conjunction with CATA’s new North American Healing Arts (NAHA) program, we invite you to come and relax in a sacred space of vibration & sound with sacred gong and Tibetan singing bowls, bells and other instruments.
Saturday, July 9th
Please Arrive by 7:15pm
Doors Close at 7:30pm
with Judith, KRM, Irma StarSpirit Woman & Friends
Enter and let your Spirit Breathe, Relax, Receive, and let it flow into a deep state of meditative relaxation and serenity, which allows healing to come into the body, mind and spirit. Aligning to the Earth and balancing your chakra energy from your Earth Star to your Soul Star.
As you receive a Gong activation, your body will allow the waves of vibration and energy to filter and open up. The vibration helps clear blockage or stuck energy within the body, as it allows the sound flow through the body. The bath opens, rejuvenates, and activates all three energy bodies (Mind, Body & Spirit, which break through the 5 vitals, the physical, emotional, mental, moral and Spiritual).
Benefits of a Gong & Sound Vibration Healing Session:
• Deep Relaxation
• Release of Stress/Tension
• Relieves body ache/pains or discomfort
• Enter a state of Meditation
• Relief of Mental Distress: Re-balance your Universal Life Force Energy in a safe and comfortable, relaxing environment.
As you enjoy the evening we recommend you bring water, comfortable clothing, and your favorite pillow if you need one.
We ask that you Relax, Receive & Rejoice and take in the sound vibrations that will stimulate your body.
This event is part of CATA’s North American Healing Arts program, to promote the 14-month training beginning the weekend of September 10, featuring Indigenous North American Healing with Lewis Mehl-Madrona and Barbara Mainguy, Great Bear Reiki with Nita Renfrew and Barbara Mainguy, Osteopathy (mirroring Indigenous Bodywork) with Joseph Schmidlin, and Sonic bodywork with John Beaulieu. For additional information: NAHA
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