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Singing Bowl Workshop

September 15 @ 2:00 pm - 3:30 pm

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Date: Monthly on 3rd Sunday

Time: 2-3:30 pm

Facilitator: Ramin & Alexis
General Admission: $15
Student Admission: $10
 
Description:
Singing bowls offer a safe, accessible and pleasant method for relaxation that allows the body to destress and heal. This hands-on singing bowl workshop is an introduction to singing bowls, and their use for sound therapy, focusing on the following:
 
Part I
The cultural and historical origins of singing bowls.
How singing bowls are crafted.
The health benefits of singing bowls.
The effects of sound frequencies on the body, environment, planet, and cosmos.
The various types and sound qualities of singing bowls.
How to select singing bowls for different applications.
 
Part II
How to play singing bowls.
How to connect and select with what singing bowl is for you.
How to apply singing bowls for meditation
How to apply singing bowls for sound therapy for yourself and others.
Sound therapy share where you will practice using the bowls for various healing modalities.
 
Bio:
Ramin Yazdanpanah, Ph.D., is an educator of language, music, and culture. Ramin has facilitated workshops and played concerts nationally and internationally, using the music and sound therapy to educate, entertain and elevate audiences.
 
Philosophy:
Instruments such as the didgeridoo, drum, handpan and singing bowls are used to connect us with the sound vibrations of the Earth, nature, and the cosmos. I deeply believe the application of these sacred sounds and vibrations can open us up for alignment to life force flow. Time and time again, I have experienced the positive effects that sound healing brings. My path is to share the medicine of sound with you, so that you can apply it to your own path of personal development. Restoring ourselves enables us to bring greater love and light into all we do, and to realize our highest potential. As the great sage, Mohandas Gandhi taught, “Be the change that you want to see in the world”.

Details

Date:
September 15
Time:
2:00 pm - 3:30 pm