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  • 2245 Queen Street East, Lower Level
  • Toronto, ON M4E 1G1
  • Canada

Enjoy a night of Gentle Restorative Yoga while the Soft Sounds of Crystal Singing Bowls sooth you into a deeply healing journey of letting go into the bliss of relaxation and harmonic frequency. Hands on Reiki Healing will also be offered to help amplify the heart healing throughout this experince by Caitlan Rae Carver.

The Crystal Singing bowls will be played by Jesse Buck to support your process of letting go into the healing of restorative yoga. The intention is to help you let go and bring healing balance to the physical, emotional and energetic bodies. The soft tones of the bowls will allow the thoughts to be washed away and the clarity of our hearts to shine. The bowls are tuned to the Sacred Frequency of 432 hz - the harmonic intonation of nature to expand your sense of peace and tune you into the knowledge of the universe. Side effects include :: relaxation, bliss, deeper connection to your breath.

What is Sound Healing?

“ When the vibrations of our physical and spiritual bodies are out of harmony it can cause disease.
Everything in the universe is in a constant state of vibration, including our bodies. Sound is vibration that can be translated by the delicate structures of our inner ear, but it moves more than just those tiny receptors. It is part of the spectrum of energy vibrations that affect us on the mental, physical, and spiritual levels. Long ago shamans recognized the power of sound when they first used chants and drumming to heal people. In ancient Egypt, Greece, and India, the use of sound and music for healing was a highly developed sacred science. Sonic vibration has been one way of experiencing the energy of the universe for much of humanity's history. 

When the vibrations of our physical and spiritual bodies are out of harmony it can cause disease. Sound healing gently massages the molecules back into the right places, clearing blockages and restoring harmony. Ancient healing systems such as Chinese medicine and Indian Ayurveda associate specific musical notes with subtle-energy systems of the body, such as in yoga where particular notes of music correspond to each of the seven chakras. In Tibet, priests have long used bells and bowls over and around the body to tune and clear the energy centers. Chimes and tuning forks are other tools that have been used to heal not only the body but the energy in a room as well.”

When: Saturday, Nov. 11th, 7-9pm. 

Investment: $30 Early Bird, $35 after Nov. 5, 2017, $40 at the door, please reserve your spot by purchasing a ticket below.