Sound Healing

If you limit your ability to feel sadness – you are also limiting your ability/capacity for joy.

Sound (Nada) is all around us, whether in the form of music (which is really just organised sound), in nature, in our speech, or in the chaos of the city.

Sound is the original creative force. All matter on Earth is made from molecules vibrating at different speeds, therefore to quote from Sanskrit texts, ‘Nada Brahman’ translates to: “the world is sound” – everything is in a state of vibration.

All of this knowledge is thousands of years old and has been written about in Vedic Scriptures. It is nothing new, however people are becoming more interested in unveiling this ancient knowledge, and I feel honoured and privileged to be on a journey that allows me help to guide others as they discover the force and power of sound for themselves.

Within a Sound Healing session I play the Tibetan Singing/Healing Bowls – placing the bowls in line with specific points on the body that work in conjunction with the Tibetan five-chakra system of energy medicine.

This method allows you to relax fully, meditate and enjoy the Sound Bath, as the healing resonance travels through the physical body and beyond to induce a deep sense of relaxation, transcending from the Mind and the Body allowing you to fully connect to your Soul.

Check out my Gong Baths and Workshops page for details of upcoming Sound Healing events.

What to expect in a sound healing:

You will not need to remove any clothing except your shoes, but you will be required to relax and to answer a few confidential questions about your medical history, current state of health, occupation and life-style in order to receive the full benefit of this soundscape experience.

“I attend Charlie’s Workshops in Acton and I absolutely love it. It’s three hours long with the asanas, soundbath and the mediation involves which I really enjoy.


Being a busy full time mummy to Twins, my life is so hectic and non-stop so every time when I attend to her classes, I always come out feeling relaxed, stress free, non-achy body and a positive outlook.”

- Marlene Pestana

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Hatha-Flow Yoga for the Body, Mind and Soul with Mantra, Pranayama and Sound Bath/Meditation



We chant, we move, we breathe, and we chill.

 

Immerse yourself for an afternoon of integral hatha – flow yoga practices to restore your energy, balance your mood, enhance your creativity and boost motivation.

 

Studio 6

Everyone Active

Acton Centre (2nd Floor)

High Street

Acton

West London

W3 6NE

 

Within each workshop we will focus on Nada Yoga – chanting, the physical practices of Asana (postures) and Pranayama (breath work) for 90 – 100 minutes: my aim is to help you to develop your yoga practice and to delve deeper into the experience of yoga by looking at aspects including:

 

• the importance of breath – are you breathing properly?

• alignment (energetically and physically)

• development of mental presence in the postures

• chakra and energy awareness

• unlocking blocked energy and increasing the flow of prana (vital energy)

• opening the heart/correcting posture

We will end the sessions with a 50 minute sound bath, a great way to end your weekend and leave you feeling rested, restored and ready for Monday!

 

Who is it for?

These workshops are perfect for anyone who is fairly new to the practice of yoga OR for those who want to expand their knowledge and experience of a basic asana practice (postures) and anyone who wants to experience the wonderfully restorative effects of yoga nidra (yoga sleep) and nada yoga (sacred sound).

 

What do I need to know?

Wear comfortable clothing that you can move freely. Even in summer, it is advisable to bring a blanket or shawl, socks and sweater for the relaxation part of the class – when you go into a deep relaxation the body losses heat.

Mats, blocks and straps are all provided at the venue.

 

What is a Sound Bath?

You can either sit in meditation or lie in sarvasana (corpse pose) to experience the sound bath. Have no expectations and let the sounds created by the tibetan bowls & sansula wash over you and transport you into a deep, relaxing and healing meditation. The sounds penetrate through the body and will touch you on a cellular level. Come with an open mind and an open heart.

 

Investment & Booking

Each workshop is £30 when booked in advance or £35 on the day (bank transfer/cheque/cash).

Spaces are limited to 16 participants, early booking is needed to reserve your mat.

 

Special Offer

2 workshops for £55*

3 workshops for £80*

4 workshops for £105*

5 workshops for for £125*

* per person, if booked and paid in advance as a single payment.

 

Cancellation

If you make a booking and are no longer able to attend – you may transfer the funds to another workshop if notified 24 hours before the scheduled date/time.

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