Vibrational Healing

Experience the deep healing power of the sound!

Vibrational healing - Workshop

You will experience different sound vibrations (rattles, drums, singing bowls, throat singing, bells, symphonic gong, etc.) which resonate with powerful healing energy.

As the transformational sounds wash over and around you, their vibration affects you at the deepest cellular levels. The waves of sound create a profound relaxation and a deeply peaceful, meditative state.

Vibrational Healing is an excellent therapy for stress related issues, depression, fatigue, and many other conditions related to lack of balance and harmony in the mind/body.

Sound bath heals body and mind, all you need to do is to lie down and relax.

You will need to bring two blankets or a sleeping bag for your comfort.

West London
Saturdays
Arch Studio, Kew Bridge, London TW9 3AW

Places are limited so booking is essential.

A short taster – voices and instruments Rick & Mirela; visual effects Rick

“I just wanted to let you know how much I appreciated the sounds on Saturday. I’ve been to a sound healing and a few gong baths before but never experienced that authenticity of connection before – both with you as a person and with the sounds you created. The experience was just so much more on every level.

Personally, it was mostly quite a rough ride, as well as a rich one, as the sounds focused on areas which are issues for me. I thought they were ‘doing better’ but I was empowered by the sound bath to be able to tune in to just how much they are not whilst at the same time choosing to surrender fully to the possible healing that the vibrational energy can bring to them.

It was a knock-out experience for me – similar to the after effects of cranial osteopathy or reflexology that I have experienced – I needed to rest for the remainder of the day followed by a very deep sleep overnight. I woke up refreshed and full of energy the next day. I felt great.

Thank you both for your beautiful energy and your generosity. I’ll be back for more.”Phillipa Nowell