Sound Journey for the Heart:
A Heart Chakra Meditation
with Tibetan Singing Bowls
The most beautiful things in the world cannot be seen or even touched, adiposity they must be felt with the heart.
Join us for a fun and hands-on sound journey to open, link develop and heal the heart. Learn about a myriad of frequencies for the heart chakra created by Tibetan singing bowls with planetary and healing vibrations.
Experience the magical and mystical sound of Tibetan singing bowls and deeply connect to your heart. Enjoy and bask in an evening of heart-warming and heart-healing sound and vibrations to nurture your heart, your cells and your soul.
During the evening you will have the opportunity to:
- Learn how to hold and play a Tibetan Singing Bowl
- Discover how the sound and vibrations of Tibetan Singing Bowls can be used for healing
- Encounter, hear and feel specific frequencies for opening and healing the heart chakra
- Play in a Heart-Nurturing Singing Bowl Symphony
- Experience a Singing Bowl Sound Journey for the Heart with the soothing and nurturing frequencies of Tibetan singing bowls.
Tibetan Singing Bowls and mallets will be provided.
Mark your calendars:
Friday, May 27th at 7-9PM @ The Village Hive
(in the Olde School House), 55 Albert Street, Markham
Cost: $20 / person
Parking is available but please carpool if you can.Feel free to bring a yoga mat.
RSVP by visiting the Facebook event page and select “going” to confirm your spot. You may also email me directly with the subject line “Attending May’s WWC” and providing your name and contact information.
MORE ABOUT LISA
Lisa Wilvert has a passion for facilitating individuals who are looking to create transformative change in their lives. Through practice and study, Lisa has found the power of vibrational sound to healing and awakening to one’s divine potential. She is one of the very few Canadians to have studied and learned the techniques of using Tibetan singing bowls as a form of healing and therapy in Nepal. Lisa has trained with Master Sound Healers, Shree Krishna Shahi and Santa Ratna Shakya, both third generation singing bowl healers and teachers in Nepal, as well as Master Satya Brat, from Kolkata, India.
In addition, Lisa has extensive training in the use of planetary Tibetan singing bowls based on the work of Hans Cousto and the teachings of Renaissance physician, Paracelsus. She seamlessly threads these modern and ancient wisdom teachings of the East and West together into therapeutic and transformational meditations, workshops and treatments.