For thousands of years, in all parts of the world, sound has been used to promote healing and create deep states of relaxation and well-being. Immersion in particular harmonic vibratory frequencies can help to balance and calm the mind, relieve tension and stress from the body, expand self-awareness and leave you feeling renewed, balanced and rejuvenated.
This sound bath will take place at Ra University (18242 W McDurmott A, Irvine, CA 92614). This experience is for you to enjoy for about 60 minutes, during which listeners lay comfortably on a mat, blanket or other cushioned surface while they relax and stay present as special sounds create and ignite an inner journey. After a few minutes of flow, meditation and/or breath work, the remainder of the experience is filled with different sounds and frequencies being introduced in succession.
This is a laying down experience. Make sure to create your most comfortable space. Comfy suggestions: Blanket, pillow, water, crystals, yoga mat, your own eye pillow. Terry will provide some organic eye pillows for the experience on a first come, first serve basis. Also, wear comfy clothes so you can relax.
Terry Silberstein is a Certified Breathwork and Sound Healing Coach with a passion for helping others heal and grow towards their fullest potential. Terry’s training includes 7 Teacher Training Sound Practitioner and Related Certifications, An Advanced Level Breathwork Certification, a 200 Hour Meditation teacher training, a 200-hour Kundalini Yoga instructor and an Associate of Occupational Studies in Sound Healing and Therapy.
Terry’s message to anyone seeking healing and spiritual growth is “Treat yourself with loving kindness. Healing takes time, dedication, and perseverance, but you WILL see results if you put in the work. Sound, Breathwork and Movement, either together or separately are like fertilizers for healing. These modalities help you connect to the innate healing intelligence of the body and help unlock the energetic pathways necessary for deep inner calm and healing.”
Led by: Terry S.