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[Global Session] Virtual Meditation & Sound Bath with Tara Atwood

March 26, 2020 @ 7:00 pm - 7:45 pm

Discover relaxation in a virtual environment with this unique Guided Meditation and Sound Bath Experience with renowned International Sound Therapist, Tara Atwood. This practice works wonders for stress relief, insomnia, anxiety, chronic pain, and even depression. Roll out that yoga mat (or blanket), and settle in for some meditation + sound therapy, a 2,500-year-old wellness practice, using Ancient Tibetan Singing Bowls and healing Crystal Alchemy Bowls.

Sound therapy uses aspects of sound and music to improve physical and emotional health and well-being. Rich audible tones and invisible frequencies are used and our bodies resonate with those frequencies, which can have deep effects on our breath, blood flow, cellular movement, biorhythms, thoughts, and brain waves.

Reduces Stress + Anxiety
Increases Immune System
Induces Relaxation
Increases Mental Clarity
Increases Rejuvenation
Encourages Deep Sleep
Balances and Harmonizes Chakras
Support for healing for various health and emotional issues
Relief of chronic fatigue syndrome and depression

Virtual Class Includes:
Sitting Meditation or Lying Down (Savasana) Meditation
Yoga Nidra (yogic sleep) Guided Meditation
Sound Bath with Crystal Alchemy Bowls, Tibetan Bowls, Chimes

What Is Needed/Props:
A Quiet / Sacred Space that is comfortable, safe and dimly lit
Dress in Warm Layers
Eye Pillow or Eye Mask (optional)
Do not eat 1-2 hours prior to class
Hydrate sufficiently after class is finished
Props to support you: Yoga Mat, Blanket (to lay on and to put over the body), pillow under the head, bolster or pill to place under the knees to support the lower back.

Please set up your sacred space 5-10 minutes prior to the start of the virtual class. Tip: Sync to a blue tooth speaker or TV to improve sound. Computers and phone speakers reduce quality of sound.


March 26, 2020
7:00 pm - 7:45 pm