Meditation

Whether you are seeking to tone your body or transform your mind, the Joy of Movement offers a variety of classes each month for which beginners and drop-ins are welcome.

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Good Vibrations Sound Healing Meditation | Christine Chase
The Gong is named after the sound it makes-in essence it "is" what it "does". It is an engine of power releasing tone resonance and complex harmonics that are translated to the recipient.
For thousands of years the gong has been used for sound healing. The vibrations of the gong enter the body creating automatic relaxation and the possibility of deep meditation, It is in this relaxed state that healing occurs.  
The gong rejuvenates the nervous system, reduces stress, opens the heart chakra, releases fear, removes toxins and cleanses the body of all that is not needed. Sound frequencies can effect us on a cellular level. 
I first experienced the gong in a Kundalini Yoga class and captivated by the sound began researching the gong and sound healing. I began playing the gong for a beloved diagnosed with cancer.  It brought us indescribable peace and reprieve from this devastating disease.  My personal experience inspired me to share this amazing gift with others. 
I offer free  private or group  healing sessions for cancer patients. 
Second Sundays @ 1:00 pm $25

For more information: www.sacredyounc.com | Sacredyoustudio@gmail.com

 

 


Joy of Stillness Zen Meditation | Sandy Gentei Stewart
Sandy leads three 25-minute periods of sitting and two 5-minute periods of walking followed by a half hour for discussion focused on a Buddhist text. He teaches by sitting quietly, chanting wholeheartedly, walking attentively, and conversing about Buddhadharma among friends. Classes are held every Sunday at 10:15 a.m. Cost: Donations are accepted.
For more information: sandygentei@outlook.com | Facebook: Laughing Brook Zen