Sound Relaxation - collaboration
Gomersal Public Hall 3 - 4pm
- Starts 28 AprStarts 28 Apr
- 15 British pounds£15
- Gomersal Public Hall
Venue; Gomersal Public Hall, Oxford Rd, Gomersal BD19 4JP Please arrive in time for a 3pm start; if you arrive late you may find the door locked. Deep relaxation is a vital part of looking after our health and wellbeing; it allows our bodies the time to rest and rejuvenate. Sound therapy has been shown to reduce stress, anxiety, and tension, and bring about positive mind-body states. The hypnotic sounds and vibrations from the instruments encourage the brain waves to slow down. This can take us into an altered state, similar to deep meditation, allowing the body to return to homeostasis and into a place where natural healing can take place. Many people report feeling more relaxed, improved sleep and a general feeling of relaxation and rejuvenation. Facilitated by Michael Shutak of Your Time Yoga, and Jan McGuire of Peaceful Body Peaceful Mind; all you have to do is lie down on your yoga mat and allow the instruments to work their magic. Experience Shamanic drums weaving around you, gongs from all directions with their deep and relaxing hums, the pure notes of crystal and Himalayan singing bowls, crystal pyramids and chimes, the relaxing water sounds of rain stick and ocean drum, before being brought round full circle with gentle percussion, shakers and bells. Experience being fully immersed in sound; a real treat. Everyone welcome. Cost; £15 Please bring a yoga mat, pillow and blanket; whatever you need to lie down for an hour, and some water to drink. Some people even bring sleeping bags. Contraindications It is not recommended that you attend sound relaxation if any of these apply; - If you are in the first 3 months of pregnancy - If you have epilepsy, seizures or an ‘unmanaged’ mental health condition (such as bi-polar, schizophrenia, or any form of complex trauma) - Severe heart conditions You may be more sensitive to Sound Therapy If you have metal plates, have had recent surgery, broken bones or other major physical injuries, have a pacemaker, or if you suffer from tinnitus. Please feel free to contact me directly if you have any concerns or would like to discuss anything beforehand.
Gomersal Public Hall, Oxford Road, Gomersal, Cleckheaton, UK