The use of Sound in healing is a very ancient tool that is now making its way back into the field of alternative healing. Sound healing is subtle way of opening up the chakras and energy points in a non- invasive way.
The use of sound in healing can be done by using using the voice and can also be done by using a variety of tools such as tuning forks, metal and quartz singing bowls and other rhythmic vibrational instruments.
I will be starting with a simple introductory explanation on sound and vibration followed by an opportunity to relax into the process with a short concert. I will do this using my voice as well as my singing bowls and other simple tools to demonstrate basic techniques that can be used on yourself and others
Elizabeth has been studying with Sound healing Master Teacher Matthew Kocel for over 15 years has been using his sound techniques and methods for the past few years. Elizabeth also uses Sound successfully for healing. She has also been doing sound concerts throughout the Denver area accompanying Jack Welker and other renowned artists . She was recently invited to use her amazing skills as an opening mediation for nationally known healer Bill Farber.
Elizabeth incorporates Reiki and Ilahinoor as well Jin Shin and sound into all of her private sessions. She can be reached via email at [masked] or by phone @[masked]
DIRECTIONS TO TEARS MCFARLANE HOUSE:
PLEASE NOTE: We will meet in the Community Center. Walk past the red brick building to the end of the sidewalk and we are on the left. We are in an attached white building facing the park. Come on in.
PARKING- All day, free parking can be located along the roadway in Cheesman Park DIRECTIONS- Going West bound on 13th Avenue - Turn Left on Gilpin. Proceed to stop sign in park and turn left. Proceed past the bus stop and park on the right side of the road. The Tears-McFarlane House is on your left.
- Going East bound on 14th Avenue – Turn right at Gilpin Street. Go through the intersection at 13th avenue to the stop sign in the park. Turn left and proceed past the bus stop to park on the right side of the road. The Tears-McFarland House is on your left.
Williams Street has all-day, free parking and 13th Avenue has 2-hour free parking. The small parking lot in front of the Tears-McFarlane House can be used before 8AM & after 5PM.
Please DO NOT park in the One Cheesman Plaza Parking lot, which is the condominium building directly in front of the Tears McFarlane House. Unfortunately, anyone who parks in this lot will have their vehicle towed.
Or you can map quest it: http://m.mapquest.com/maps?cat=&addressInput=Tears+McFarlane+House%2C+1290+Williams+Street%2C+Denver&referrerView=search
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