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Vibrational Sound Healing with Wendy Suzanne

Date

Sun 26th June 2022

Location

Suite 1/114 Murwillumbah St
Murwillumbah NSW 2484

Details

Sacred Sound with Wendy Suzanne. 

Feel the profound resonance of having Wendy’s beautiful Japanese singing bowls placed directly on your body. 

Wendy’s sound healing takes you on a journey within and allows you to feel peace in your mind, heart, body and soul. Nourish yourself with the irresistible tones of pure resonance, gentle vibrations and harmonic overtones that allow the mind and body to let go and embrace deep relaxation, calm and stillness. 

All comforts are provided for you, including yoga mats, blankets, cushions, and drinking water. Just bring your open heart!

Please arrive 10 minutes early. Doors close at 3pm. 

ABOUT WENDY SUZANNE

Wendy is an experienced Vibrational Sound Practitioner. She is a certified Practitioner of her Japanese singing bowls learning directly from their creator Sion Kazu. She has also completed a Certificate of Sound & Music Healing (Soul Musicality) with Christine Morrison in Perth and Central Australia, and is accredited with the International Institute of Complementary Therapies (IICT).

The main instruments Wendy uses for sacred sound are exceptionally beautiful and unique Japanese singing bowls. They are made of crystal infused metal, and they’re the perfect instrument to help anyone relax and experience the deep calm and stillness that can be reached through meditation. These bowls naturally stimulate brainwave entrainment with their pure harmonic overtones and sustained vibrations. The bowls can be used directly on the body as a vibrational healing instrument, gently harmonising and balancing the body’s energy system and chakras, as well as the nervous and endocrine systems. Other instruments Wendy intuitively shares are her beautiful shamanic frame drum, vocal toning and wind chimes. 

Cost

$25 AUD + BF

Date

Sun 26th June 2022

Location

Suite 1/114 Murwillumbah St
Murwillumbah NSW 2484