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This group is for anyone interested in sound healing/therapy. We meet every other Thursday from 6:30-7:30pm at the Carnegie East Liberty Library for a short guided meditation or reading followed by a sound bath and concluding with a short discussion. There is no cost for this event. Donations are accepted to cover costs, but by no means expected. Any monies raised after expenses (Meetup page etc.) will be donated to Himalayan Trust (https://himalayantrust.org/). A great organization helping with education and healthcare in Nepal. Feel free to check out my website (https://www.soundhealingpgh.org/) for more information about sound healing.

Sound healing…
o promotes deeper sleep/less stress
o supports serotonin (happy hormone:)
o provides relief from fatigue, headache, digestion issues, emotional imbalance, &
physical pain
o increases harmony of mind, body & spirit

Upcoming events (5)

Sound Healing Pittsburgh

Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh - East Liberty

Each Sound Healing session will begin with a short guided meditation or reading at 6:30pm, followed by a sound bath, and conclude with a short discussion. No need to bring anything, except a yoga mat to lay on if you want. Otherwise, blankets will be provided at the library. Wear comfortable loose clothes, no heavy jewelry, watches, or perfumes/colognes. Finally, for sound healing to be beneficial for everyone, we will limit each session to 9 participants. If you rsvp and later determine you cannot make it, please release your spot for someone else:) Below are the dates and room #s at the library for the next few months: Aug. 29, 6:30-7:30 pm | Room 3B Sept. 5, 6:30-7:30 pm | Room 1 Sept. 19, 6:30-7:30 pm | Room 1 Oct. 3, 6:30-7:30 pm | Room 1 Oct. 17, 6:30-7:30 pm | Room 1 Nov. 7, 6:30-7:30 pm | Room 1 Nov. 21, 6:30-7:30 pm | Room 3b

Sound Healing Pittsburgh - soundhealingpgh.org

Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh - East Liberty

A sound bath or sound healing is a meditation technique using singing bowls to help participants relax. Participants lay on the floor while the instructor (me:) plays various Nepali singing bowls for about 20 minutes to promote mental, physical, and spiritual well being. Each Sound Healing session will begin with a short guided meditation or reading (10 - 15 min), followed by a sound bath (20 min.), and conclude with a short discussion (10 min). No need to bring anything, yoga mat optional. Otherwise, blankets will be provided at the library. Wear comfortable loose clothes, no heavy jewelry, watches, or perfumes/colognes. Finally, for sound healing to be beneficial for everyone, we will limit each session to 10 participants. If you RSVP and later determine you cannot make it, please release your spot for someone else:) Of course there is no charge for this:) Below are the dates and room #s at the library for the next few months: Aug. 29, 6-7 pm | Room 3B Sept. 5, 6-7 pm | Room 1 Sept. 19, 6-7 pm | Room 1 Oct. 3, 6-7 pm | Room 1 Oct. 17, 6-7 pm | Room 1 Nov. 7, 6-7 pm | Room 1 Nov. 21, 6-7 pm | Room 3b Sound healing… o promotes deeper sleep/less stress o supports serotonin (happy hormone:) o provides relief from fatigue, headache, digestion issues, emotional imbalance, & physical pain o increases harmony of mind, body & spirit I have the good fortune of being trained and continue my training under the guidance of Master Anup Panthi in Pokhara, Nepal. As Anup thoughtfully notes, "Sound is Liberation."

Sound Healing Pittsburgh

Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh - East Liberty

Each Sound Healing session will begin with a short guided meditation or reading at 6:30pm, followed by a sound bath, and conclude with a short discussion. No need to bring anything, except a yoga mat to lay on if you want. Otherwise, blankets will be provided at the library. Wear comfortable loose clothes, no heavy jewelry, watches, or perfumes/colognes. Finally, for sound healing to be beneficial for everyone, we will limit each session to 10 participants. If you rsvp and later determine you cannot make it, please release your spot for someone else:) Below are the dates and room #s at the library for the next few months: Oct. 3, 6:30-7:30 pm | Room 1 Oct. 17, 6:30-7:30 pm | Room 1 Nov. 7, 6:30-7:30 pm | Room 1 Nov. 21, 6:30-7:30 pm | Room 3b

Sound Healing Pittsburgh - soundhealingpgh.org

Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh - East Liberty

A sound bath or sound healing is a meditation technique using singing bowls to help participants relax. Participants lay on the floor while the instructor (me:) plays various Nepali singing bowls for about 20 minutes to promote mental, physical, and spiritual well being. Each Sound Healing session will begin with a short guided meditation or reading (10 - 15 min), followed by a sound bath (20 min.), and conclude with a short discussion (10 min). No need to bring anything, yoga mat optional. Otherwise, blankets will be provided at the library. Wear comfortable loose clothes, no heavy jewelry, watches, or perfumes/colognes. Finally, for sound healing to be beneficial for everyone, we will limit each session to 10 participants. If you RSVP and later determine you cannot make it, please release your spot for someone else:) Of course there is no charge for this:) Below are the dates and room #s at the library for the next few months: Aug. 29, 6-7 pm | Room 3B Sept. 5, 6-7 pm | Room 1 Sept. 19, 6-7 pm | Room 1 Oct. 3, 6-7 pm | Room 1 Oct. 17, 6-7 pm | Room 1 Nov. 7, 6-7 pm | Room 1 Nov. 21, 6-7 pm | Room 3b Sound healing… o promotes deeper sleep/less stress o supports serotonin (happy hormone:) o provides relief from fatigue, headache, digestion issues, emotional imbalance, & physical pain o increases harmony of mind, body & spirit I have the good fortune of being trained and continue my training under the guidance of Master Anup Panthi in Pokhara, Nepal. As Anup thoughtfully notes, "Sound is Liberation."

Past events (2)

Sound Healing Pittsburgh

Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh - East Liberty

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