This event always sells out in advance. Please understand we cannot guarantee admission without purchased tickets. An RSVP on meetup does not equal registration for this event.
Reserve your space now at https://3salt.eventbrite.com
“Words seem so deficient for explaining the depth of experience we all felt... I was being moved by sound, my whole body was light and vibrating.” — Vancouver Yoga Review
Prepare for transformation.
Surrounded by ancient salt crystals, you will feel tension and stuck energy melt away... simply breathing in the salt chamber clears your lungs of viruses, bacteria and fungi.
Now imagine floating in an ocean of sacred sound... vibration so profound it seems to take on qualities of form, texture and colour.
It is hard to believe these sounds come from a human.
The harmonic overtones of his voice resonate to the core of your being, taking you on a journey beyond time and space.
The effect of this music is often compared to sacred plant medicines - and has been described as healing for the Earth and the heart of humanity.
This is your opportunity to experience pure bliss in an intimate setting with internationally renowned throat singer/sound healer Matthew Kocel.
Based in Vancouver BC, Matthew Kocel is recognized as an emerging leader in the world sound healing movement. He is a committee member of the Global Wellness Institute Sound Healing Initiative, and in the last year alone has shared his vision inducing music in France, New York, Denver, Boulder, Portland, Seattle and Vancouver, BC.
Tickets $50 including GST.
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**Saltwonder is a scent free facility. Please no perfumes cologne or essential oils.
You won't need to bring anything - there are comfortable zero gravity recliners, or clean towels if you prefer to lay down on the salt. (recommended) Water will be available as well.
Saltwonder Himalayan Salt Cave is located in North Vancouver at 940 West 16th Street - across the street from Capilano Mall and A & W - there is parking out front - please give yourself time to arrive early as it can be a bit "hidden" the first time you come - it is a small plaza on the North side of the street.