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Sound Bath

April 13 @ 6:00 pm - 7:00 pm

COST -Registration opens 3/1/2024
This is a 60-minute sound bath, and you must register/pay in advance at the Hallett Center front desk. PLEASE ARRIVE 10-15 MINUTES EARLY TO ENSURE YOU HAVE TIME TO GET COMFORTABLE.
• Members: $20
• Non-members: $25
Sound bathing is a unique technique of playing a variety of instruments, such as singing bowls (Tibetan and crystal), tingshas, gongs, chimes, various styles of drums, rattles, and crystal triangles to create a wave of sounds that washes over the body and mind.
The creation of these sounds produce tones, frequencies, and vibrations that help to relax the nervous system and clam the mind. With that being said, don’t expect to hear a melody that you hear at an orchestra, but rather tones that can range from feeling soothing or make you feel uneasy at times, as the vibrations pass through the body. How the energy or vibration of the sound is experienced in the body may be indicative of it is flowing through or being blocked within the body.
Lastly, know that each sound bath is a unique experience which brings a variety of experiences as you float in and out of different states of mindfulness and as the body responds to the various sounds and vibrations of the instruments.
• Yoga mats are available at the Hallett Center, but feel free to bring your own.
• Blanket to lie down, sit on or cover up with.
• Pillow or blanket to support the head or sit on.
Your body temperature may lower during deep relaxation, so you may want:
• To dress in layers. You know your body, get comfy!
• Extra blanket to cover yourself for warmth.
• Water! Since the body is 70% water and the sound vibrations increase in water, it is suggested to come hydrated before a sound bath to further enhance your experience of being washed with sound.
• Lastly, come with an open mind and a curious heart to help make the most of your sound bathing experience.
Kyron Christopherson is the owner of Halo Heart Soundbathing & Yoga in Elk River, MN. Besides being a sound healer, Kyron is an E-RYT 500 (experienced, registered yoga teacher who has completed 500-hour teacher training). Please explore her website for more information and contraindications for sound healing. https://haloheartyas.com/


April 13
6:00 pm - 7:00 pm


Halo Heart Soundbathing & Yoga
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Hallett Center of Crosby