Join Veronika Ludewig-Jorgensen for Crystal and Tibetan Singing Bowl Meditation and Therapy, a powerful healing tool that gently promotes health, balance and transformation in your life! Crystal singing bowls are made of 99.9% pure lead crystal; when played, they produce a beautiful wave of healing sound and vibration. Tibetan bowls are made up of a 7 metal healing alloy and when played with crystal bowls, create a powerful synergistic effect! As these waves pass over and through you, you will begin to shift physically, mentally and spiritually, experiencing a greater sense of peace, harmony and vitality.
More than just a relaxation tool, crystal singing bowls and sound therapy are currently used in medical settings across the United States, most notably by Dr. Mitch Gaynor, M.D. (former director of medical oncology at both the Strang Cancer Prevention Center and the Weill-Cornell Medical Center for Complementary and Integrative Medicine). Dr. Gaynor is the author of The Healing Power of Sound which details the therapeutic effects of crystal singing bowls and sound healing. Dr. Gaynor promotes their inclusion in medical centers across the globe as a powerful tool that promotes healing and wellness.
Clinical studies have shown that crystal singing bowls and sound therapy can lower heart rate and blood pressure, stimulate the immune system, reduce stress hormones, reduce pain and stimulate the production of endorphins, the body's natural pain killers!
No experience necessary or yoga poses involved. Just relax on your mat either lying down or seated.
Investment: $25 plus tax (SSY members get 10% off)
Space is limited and pre-registration is required. Pre-register at www.soulstoryyoga.com/workshops
Please note: All dates and times of workshops and are subject to change. If we don't have a minimum number of 10 people signed up for this event by Monday, Dec. 2, this event will not be held.
Cancelation notice: If you sign up and are unable to attend, please give at least 48 hours cancellation notice to be refunded your registration amount in studio credit.