Posts In: Suren Shrestha

3 Consecutive Mornings 8:30 AM-1:30 PM
December 12th, 13th & 14th, 2018

Discover and explore how Himalayan Singing Bowls are used for sound & vibrational healing. This course is overseen and licensed by the Atma Buti School in Boulder, Colorado and introduces attendees to the history and lineage of the sacred Singing Bowls and how they’re made. Students learn about the different singing bowls available, techniques for rubbing, striking and playing bowls and tingshaws as well as eight different ancient protocols to enhance & deepen your healing & meditation practice.

Designed with physicians, mental health professionals, healers, massage therapists, chiropractors & sound therapists in mind. Open to beginners as well. This course fulfills 15 CEU credits for continuing education purposes, please contact your learning institution.

Due to the nature of the material, class size in Manhattan is currently limited to 4. Group & private instruction available at Kathy’s singing bowl studio or your location upon request, see below for contact information to arrange a singing bowl certification course at your location.

PLEASE NOTE: Prepayment of course exchange is required before the start of series. Please visit the “Payments” page to submit registration and payment. Any missed classes require make up sessions (for an additional fee of $450.00 per session) to complete certification.

Learn more and register.

Nicole & Katherine join together again Shake & Release Workshop.

About your Body:
In yoga, the hips are thought to be the baggage center for negative emotions. By releasing this area we may help to relieve lower back pain as well as free other tension filled areas of the body and mind- this may be intense for some people.
The psoas muscle, also referred to as your “fight or flight muscle” is responsible for stabilizing the body. This muscle, deep in the center of the body, attaches the lower lumbar vertebrae to the pelvis and legs -structurally connecting the upper and lower body. This is where most people unconsciously hold stress.

About the Workshop:
This workshop will start with a series of vigorous yoga postures aimed at warming up the psoas muscle. All levels of yoga practice are welcomed and modifications will be given if needed.

The second part of the practice, you will be lead on a journey of shaking out and releasing trapped energies from deep within these primal places while being bathed in the warm healing tones of the Tibetan Singing Bowls lead by Kathy Hamer.

All throughout the practice and during shavasana,(rest) the singing bowls will be placed on the body or at the head with the intention to heal, align, and gently move stuck energy out creating space within for deeper healing. The bowls will be filled with warm water infused with the magical, high vibration essential oil blend made especially for this workshop.

The psoas muscle, also referred to as your “fight or flight muscle” is responsible for stabilizing the body. This muscle, deep in the center of the body, attaches the lower lumbar vertebrae to the pelvis and legs -structurally connecting the upper and lower body. This is where most people unconsciously hold stress. This class gives you a effective way to relieve lower back pain, neck, shoulder pain, general tension, and emotional anxiety, encouraging the body to return back to it’s natural state of balance.
The class will start with a series of simple yet long held yoga postures aimed at warming up the psoas muscle. All levels of yoga practice are welcomed -modifications can be given if needed.
The second part of the practice, you will be lead on a journey of shaking out and releasing trapped energies from deep within these primal places while being bathed in the warm healing tones of the Tibetan singing bowls lead by Kathy Hamer.
At times throughout the practice and during shavasana, (rest) the singing bowls may be placed on the body or at the head with the intention to heal, align, and gently move stuck energy out creating space within for deeper healing.
 
Cost: $35
Space is VERY Limited! Please sign up at the studio or contact Nicole before purchasing on line.

This workshop will be a blend of Yin Yoga & Restorative Yoga blessed with the gentle soothing tones of the ancient Tibetan singing bowls.

Yin yoga is based on the principles of Yin & Yang, where Yin is more passive, calming, slow and steady. Yin yoga is a wonderful practice for quieting the active mind by staying in postures longer to stretch the connective tissue. It is a system of long-held, passive floor poses, often using props.

A Restorative practice is very passive, props are used to support the body as we stay in postures for several minutes, enabling the body & mind to completely relax.

Nicole will guide you through a series of postures meant to open and release fascial tissue (aka connective tissue) while Kathy plays the Tibetan singing bowls on and around you. Each bowl emits a frequency to a specific chakra, or energy center of the body. Our bodies resonate with that frequency and raises our vibration to match that of the bowls. These

powerful vibrations open up the energy centers of the body and balance the energies between the centers.

Cost: $35

Space is VERY Limited!  Please sign up at the studio or contact Nicole before purchasing on line.

Singing Bowl Healer, Suren Shrestha in NYC 2017

In this workshop, Suren Shrestha gives a short concert for group meditation and explains the vibrational healing process using singing bowls, incorporating volunteers from the audience. Learn about chakras and how they relate to sounds, different ways of arranging the bowls, how they work together, and more.

Katherine will attend this event to assist Suren.

To reserve your spot online purchase here

About
Suren Shrestha grew up at the base of the Himalayan Mountains in Khandbari, Nepal, where he mastered the ancient healing arts of Tibetan sound therapy. In the United States, Suren introduces students to these healing modalities, leading workshops and assisting clients with healing bowl work all over the country. He currently lives in Boulder, Colorado, with his wife and daughter. Suren is the author and illustrator of the book How To Heal With Singing Bowls and founder of Atma Buti: Vibrational Healing School in Boulder. He has raised funds through his workshops and healing sessions to build an orphanage and school for underserved children in Nepal.

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