Rest, Reiki, and Sound Healing
August 17, 1:30-3:30
$40 at the door, cash or check preferred, space permitting. Capped at 16!
See you there!
See you there!
Restorative Yoga, vibrational healing, and Reiki all combine to create deep restful states, invoking the body's own method of healing. Find, balance, healing, and the possibility of releasing what no longer serves through these gentle practices that work so beautifully together. In this class, gentle movement will help you settle into deeper states of relaxation, in fully supported poses. Students will practice in a space charged with Reiki (supportive energetic healing) and will each receive a few minutes of hands-on/off Reiki, as well as gentle adjustments and the use of ethically sourced essential oil (if appropriate). No experience necessary.
Space is limited in order to allow for personal attention.
Restorative Yoga: an antidote for stressful times
Restorative Yoga is a practice of resting deeply with awareness. Poses are fully supported, and held for long duration with no intensity. The meditative quality is deeply restful and grounding.
Reiki is a supportive energetic healing modality that supports the body's own recovery and healing. We are all energetic beings, and through this practice, we can more deeply connect with our own energy. More about Reiki on Michael's Website
Sound vibrations help move us into deep meditative and trance states. The interplay of the vibrations of Tibetan bowls are truly transformative, as well as deeply calming.
Their musical notes and tones make their energies useful for meditation and healing.
Two kind and gentle co-facilitators support your practice.
Michael Emanuel is a WA State Certified Reiki Master in Seattle, WA. Visit his website for podcasts and information.
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Jeff Winter is a Sound Healer and WA State Certified Reiki Master, in Seattle, WA. He received his training through Eileen Dey Wurst’s Reiki Training Program. He has been studying and playing singing bowls, and incorporating them into his Reiki practice for eight years.