In the deep stillness of nature, winter calls us to look into our depths, to reconnect to our inner being, to befriend the darkness within us and around us. In winter, nature seems to be at rest, and in this rest replenishes itself.
This winter, you are invited to surrender and bathe in the vibrations of singing bowls, gong, and harmonic overtones. You will be skillfully guided to ease-fully connect with the core of yourself, realizing that the entry to our inner world is most accessible during this time of the year.
A sound bath is a gentle, yet powerful, experience for the mind and body. The aim is to invite deep rest and relaxation and explore self-inquiry. A sound bath provides participants with a meditative experience without having to know how to meditate. The sounds and methods used help to influence our brainwaves, so they are able to shift from more active states into more introspective, relaxed states.
Amy Lynn Koch, a practiced sound therapy practitioner and meditation teacher, specializes in using sound as a tool to cultivate and support deep relaxation. She uses improvised overtone singing and intentional sound in workshops and private sessions to hold space for change and connection. In these guided sound experiences, Amy Lynn will blend ancient and contemporary tools, using voice, crystal singing bowls, and gong.
In this Winter’s Journey Sound Bath Series, we will have the opportunity to nurture ourselves inwardly, listen to our bodies and hearts, and practice self-acceptance.
Cost: $120 through 12/22; $140 after (price for all workshops)