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SOOTHING, HEALING SOUND BATH MEDITATION
Come relax and unwind at our weekly Soothing Sound Bath. A Sound Bath (or Sound Meditation) is a meditative event, intentionally using sound to invite therapeutic or restorative effects, balance, relaxation and a sense of wholeness to the body. The sound of harmonic vibrations created by singing bowls, gongs and other overtone-emitting instruments are intended to stimulate the alpha and theta brain waves. These waves are associated with deep meditative and peaceful states that are highly conducive to healing. A gentle yet powerful experience, this passive meditation experience restores balance of mind and body. Meditation has been shown to reduce blood pressure, calm anxiety and depression, and bring a deep sense of peace and healing to mind and body. Regular meditation incresases our brain's 'gray matter', ensuring mental health and wellness. Come try out a complimentary session. $10 per session/$40 for 5 sessions for regular attendees.

Enjoy Community Wellness

980 Hope St. · Stamford , ct

$10.00

What we're about

ENJOY COMMUNITY WELLNESS (980 Hope St., Stamford) invites you to attend our new community meditation class. Come and see what "quieting the mind"
is all about. First class is always free! (6:30pm-7:15pm, TUESDAY night).

Meditation--the practice of 'stilling' the mind and body-- has been around for a millennia. It's been scientifically proven to benefit our minds and our bodies by reducing stress, boosting our immune system, aiding digestion, lowering blood pressure, facilitating healthy sleep...all accomplished through mindfulness that meditation brings. Studies have shown that regular meditation (20 minutes/at least 3x a week) increases the "gray matter' in our brain and greatly enhances our ability to think, react and respond calmly to adverse stimuli in our lives.

Meditation is NOT about eliminating thoughts from your mind...it's about managing the thousands of thoughts that we have everyday and to bring some quiet/peaceful moments to our lives. WIth regular practice, meditation can be called on 'at will', whenever you're stressed or just have too much on your plate to handle.

Come learn what meditation is all about. Our instructor Aiden utilizes soft instruments (such as Tibetan bowls) to enhance our meditative focus.

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