Saturday 7-8:30 PM, Date TBD
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Every object and living being has a natural vibratory rate: its resonance. Our bodies are in a constant state of vibration, and it is possible to use frequency as a transformative, healing modality. Every organ, bone, tissue, and system – all are in a state of vibration. When we are in a state of health, the body projects an overall harmonic of wellness. External frequencies may be used to support and return both body and spirit to optimal health.
Sound Therapy has a rich history across many cultures dating back thousands of years. There are numerous benefits to weaving this ancient practice into our modern day life including: turning off the fight and flight response, interrupting the habit of being stressed, and helping the body to shift towards a more healing modality. In this state we may gain clarity, return to balance, reduce anxiety, feel more centered and grounded, and become more in tune with ourselves.
Song can do more than excite the nervous system with danceable energy or revisit a cherished memory; it can be used to help move energy through the body and alleviate stagnation and blockage. We will be guided into meditation with ancient sounds from around the globe including guitar, overtone singing, chimes, Tibetan Bowls, flute, gong, frame drum, tuning forks and didgeridoo.
Please arrive a little early to get settled and comfortable.
GARTH ROBERTSON has been making music and using sound as a modality for self-healing for over 20 years. Along the way, he received the message that sound can be used for physical, mental and spiritual healing. A meditative trip to Peru solidified his decision of stepping onto this path. There was much time to sit with his thoughts in the jungle, and they always came back to offering this service. During this time he was able to observe and learn from the healing work of a strong linage of sacred sound shamans.
He travels extensively to bring his music and healing sounds to others. His local practice is in Pittsboro, NC.
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