In talking to a client yesterday I was reminded how important movement can be in the healing process. Then, timely, I heard from the Ayurvedic healer and founder of Aislinn, Lisa Jeck who invites you to shake out the winter blahs and …..
Find your groove!!
Experience the aboriginal didgeridoo and frame drum and see how much fun vibration/sound therapy can really be. Sound therapy gets you back into your true vibration, connecting you to Universal harmony and peace.
Dave Estes, of the OneVibe Shamanic Healing Center, utilizes drums, voice and the aboriginal didgeridoo to facilitate greater awareness and connectedness to All.
Resonance is the basic vibratory rate of an object. Everything in the universe is in a constant state of vibration. This includes the human body. Every organ, bone, tissue and other part of the body has a healthy resonant frequency. When that frequency alters, that part of the body vibrates out of harmony creating an imbalance.
Vibration/sound therapy projects the correct resonant frequency into the part of the body that is imbalanced and creates an environment whereby the organ returns to its normal frequency to aid in healing.
The aboriginal didgeridoo produces varied frequencies that, when immersed in the sound, bring the body, mind and spirit into connection in a totally safe, chemical-free, non-invasive manner.
Although not as focused as some current ultrasound therapies utilized in the medical field today the power of the didgeridoo has been utilized for thousands of years and the results empirically proven.
Come explore the world of sound, music and rhythm and connect to the Universal Vibration that is Love.
Dave Estes is a Shamanic practitioner with a formal apprenticeship based on the Dagara traditions of Africa. He has also studied the Toltecs and other aboriginal healing modalities. A Shambala practitioner as well, he incorporates sound and drumming into the most ancient of healing arts: Shamanism.
Saturday April 2 , 12:00 – 3:00; Cost $45; New Boston, New Hampshire
Limited to 12 participants; Registration required – contact Lisa Jeck to register or for more information