Friday March 23, 2018
7 - 9 PM
Sound Medicine works with the energy of vibration to create shift in body and mind, calming the nervous system and releasing stress. Western medicine now acknowledges that the cumulative effects of stress contribute to nearly every known illness. Sound Medicine supports the body’s natural capacity to heal and return to balance, embracing the idea that when vibration shifts, healing and integration can occur. In this gently guided session, participants enter into a comfortable and receptive state, connecting with body and breath to support deep relaxation. Inspired by the sacred sound traditions of shamanism and yoga, participants are bathed in a lush array of sounds, including voice, toning, and mantra, as well as guitar, harmonium, flutes from around the world, crystal and Himalayan singing bowls, chimes, the gong, and sounds of nature. Sound Medicine Journeys evoke the exploration of inner landscapes, invite the emergence of intuitive gifts, and offer the opportunity for spacious inquiry, leaving the participant feeling rejuvenated, peaceful, and light.
Investment: Early Bird $30 till 3/16/2018. After $35.
Angela Blueskies is a visionary musician and facilitator who carries deep understanding of the healing powers of music and the Earth. A lifelong musician, she has been deeply influenced by the traditions of Nada Yoga and Bhakti Yoga, as well as indigenous and contemporary traditions of healing medicine songs. With a pure vocal quality, lush, beautiful harmonies, and rich instrumentation, Angela’s music brings people into profound meditative and ecstatic states and inspires deep connection to the heart. She has performed in concert halls, churches, schools, yoga studios, temples, in nature, and in sacred ceremony across four continents. She is an enthusiastic teacher and facilitator, and enjoys empowering people in connecting with themselves, their gifts, and their own inner wisdom. Angela enjoys travelling extensively through the Americas to share her music and wisdom. When she’s not on the road, she divides her time between her mountaintop sanctuary in Harpers Ferry, West Virginia, and the Sacred Valley of Peru.