Sound Healing Breathwork
"I can't say enough about the sound healing journeys that Eric offers. The style and delivery really hit home for me. The quality of music, throat singing and toning really drop you into a deep and truly healing experience. The sound quality and tones have been mastered for zoom, so a quality experience from home is accessible to all." ~ Shane
My online Sound Healing Breathwork journeys are a place for people to come together to learn, breathe, feel, heal and connect. All are welcome.
Before the journey begins, I will give a brief talk on some of the principles of healing and I will offer different ways to work with your breath, voice, attention, and movement to gently open up and transform the tension and emotions and denser consciousness - limiting beliefs, judgments, etc. - stuck in your body.
The Next Zoom Sound Healing Breathwork Journey is
December 15, 5:30 pm - 7 pm Pacific time
8:30 pm - 10 pm Eastern time. Please join a few minutes prior so we can begin together on time.
No registration is required. Simply join with this
Zoom link - https://us02web.zoom.us/j/3060959980
Suggested Donation $5-$10
Headphones, good speakers, or earbuds are highly recommended as is having an intention for your journey.
These monthly Sound Healing Breathwork journeys will be held at different times to accommodate different time zones. Stay updated on future sound healing journeys by subscribing to my newsletter here.
More about Sound Healing and Breathwork
Emotions are energies that need to move through our bodies. When we hold back the energies of our emotions, they become stuck in our bodies and create physical, psychological, and spiritual challenges. Fortunately, we have many tools that help us release stuck energy, such as breath, sound, movement, intention, attention, pendulation, empathy, and more.
When I facilitate sound healing breathwork sessions, I start by explaining various options for how to work with the various tools we have for releasing stuck energy. For example, breathing more vigorously through the mouth can have certain benefits for stuck energy, but sometimes breathing more gently through the nose is the right approach. It depends on various factors, such as the part of the body you're addressing, the emotions you're working with, and how strong and centred you're feeling.
"My main response when you told us that the ceremony was over was 'No!' I just didn't want it to end. The effect of your music on my entire nervous system was subtle and profound." ~ Shayla
Love asks us to go further
Over and above
~ Eric Bowers