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The Dancing Camel Yoga Studio

May Sound Bath with Magic Moon Medicine

May's Theme: Bloom.

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May Sound Bath with Magic Moon Medicine

Time & Location

May 01, 6:30 PM – 8:00 PM

The Dancing Camel Yoga Studio, 910 15th St, Anacortes, WA 98221, USA

About the event

Come join our Monthly Sound Bath at The Dancing Camel Yoga Studio.

The theme for May is: Bloom.

If you root yourself

in love

and kindness,

your heart will always blood.

~Alexandra Vasiliu

A  sound bath is a form of meditation in which participants are “bathed” in healing sound waves for the purpose of restoring harmony and balance in the body. A cocoon of sound generated by chimes, drums, singing bowls and other musical instruments helps to relax and recalibrate your nervous system and can even cause shifts in brain activity.

We encourage you to bring yoga mats, blankets, pillows- anything to create  a cozy little nest to lay back and relax in while you experience  the healing power of sound. We also have nest making materials at the studio for you to use as well.

Cost- $20

Once you RSVP, you can either pay the day of the event with cash or sign up on the MindBody App with The Dancing Camel Yoga Studio to pay with a card.

We  ask that you arrive 15 minutes before the event begins. The door will  be locked a little after 6:30pm in order to not disturb the experience of participants.

Thank you and we look forward to seeing you there!

ABOUT YOUR HOST-

Jaclyn  Schlindwein, LAc, is a licensed acupuncturist and East Asian Medicine  Practitioner. She has been trained in Vibration Medicine over the years  by many teachers including: her Hawaiian Kupuna, Chinese Medicine  Shamanic Drumming for Balancing the Elements teacher, CT Holman,  Harmonic Sounds for Healing with Rowena McKee, Feeltone training with  Inga and Martina Bohme, and Crystal Bowl Apprenticeship with Shalom 360-  to name a few. She believes that the stressors of everyday life can  lead to dissonance within our bodies, but that sound can return us back  to balance.

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