The aim of this workshop is to share the immersive experience of using sacred sound healing tools to enhance holistic health and to explore and experience a few of the ancient and modern sonic practices that shamans and yogis have been using for thousands of years.
During this workshop, we will set time aside from our normal, mundane lives to engage with sacred sound within the framework of the medicine wheel, which is a traditional shamanic map of self and universe.
In this sacred circle, we will work with voice and drum to expand consciousness, restore inner, balance and harmonize the whole self.
Focusing on creating or listening to sound enables the ‘monkey mind’ to be more easily reined in, trained and calmed.
It is especially useful for people who find silent mindful practices challenging.
The breathing patterns associated with sacred voice-work calm the body and slow the heartbeat.
The vocals create deeply healing vibrations within the body and integrate the two halves of the brain.
The British Psychological Society
30 Tabernacle Street
|10:30||Coffee & Registration|
Hara Willow has been a Transpersonal Therapist, Shamanic Practitioner and Healer since 1991. Since earning her master’s degree in Consciousness Studies and Transpersonal Psychology in 2008, she has been studying and exploring sacred sound, in particular its effects on mental health. After training as a Transformational Yoga teacher and Sound Healer she began employing traditional and modern shamanic and yogic sound healing methods, such as sacred voice and drumming. These tools can facilitate deeply transformational healing work, which supports and enables the expression of our full potential as authentic, creative and unique beings. Hara offers transpersonal healing, runs classes, workshops, talks, retreats and sound healing circles and is also a tutor for the College of Sound Healing.
If you have any queries regarding this event please contact Prof Ho Law.