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<< Sep 21 2017 - Dec 14 2017 >>

Just a Sound Bath with FRONT DESK Sat, Sep 23, 2017 at 6:30 pm - 7:30 pm
Join us for this special Sound Bath workshop, which uses ancient Tibetan Singing Bowls to help you rapidly achieve a deep meditative state.
According to cutting-edge doctors from Harvard, some of the deepest most profound healing in the body is accomplished with sound frequency.
In the American Journal of Health Promotion, Tibetan singing bowls and just silence were compared to each other before a relaxation exercise. Scientists found the singing bowls produced greater decreases in blood pressure and heart rate than simply silence alone.
Source Sonic specialist Monte Hansen from Annapolis MD says "A sound bath is an immersion in sound frequency that cleans your soul."
So, leave your rubber ducky at home and grab a blankey instead, for this super relaxing immersion!
Sound frequency specialist, Robert Lee, will be playing these rare Singing Bowls, some of which are over 200 years old.
Come experience being bathed in the sound from the past in this secular practice of our present. Be rejuvenated or just captivated by this unique musical performance.
6:15 - Doors Open & Meditation Reception
6:30 - Doors Close & Meditation Begins
          No Entry allowed after this time
7:15 - Meditation Ends, followed by discussion
Cost:  $30 at the door
          $25 early bird registration
          $20 Members
Just Explore with Benjamin Shalva Next held on Sun, Oct 15, 2017 at 4:30 pm - 6:00 pm
This enrollment runs from Sun Oct 15, 2017 - Mon Oct 16, 2017
Benjamin Shalva is a meditation instructor, a writer, a yoga teacher and a rabbi. He lives in Baltimore and teaches seminars in mindfulness, spirituality, and contemplative practice around the United States and internationally.
In this special workshop, join Benjamin for an exploration of the worlds of body, heart, mind and soul. According to Kabbalah -- Jewish mystical tradition -- we have within us four discrete yet interconnected worlds: the world of the body, the world of the heart, the world of the mind, and the world of the soul. The ancient Kabbalists taught that we must explore these four dynamic landscapes in order to live a healthy and mindful life. Through secular guided meditation techniques, movement, and group discussion, we will deepen our appreciation of our own inner landscape.
Minimum Participants: 10