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    A Deep Recharge and Reset- An evening Sound Healing Journey with Jonny Mew


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    Do you need a deep recharge? 

    Has your mind been very busy and you’d like to be able to drop in more easily with the help of sound? 

    Is your Nervous System feeling a bit frazzled? 

    Would you like to feel more calm and inner connection in a safe and calm environment? 

    I’m running my second live and intimate public group ‘Vocal Sound Healing Journey’ at the Bli Bli Hall ( Chappel ) on Saturday the 15th of June 7:00-9:00pm and would love to invite you along for an intimate evening of inner connection and nourishing nervous system relaxation, using Breath, Meditation and Sound. 

    I’ll be using a combination of instruments I’ve learned over many years such as the Singing Bowl, Didgeridoo, Drum, Flute and other surprises, with Voice as the main offering.

    This is an intimate special event for just 14 people, so please book ASAP if you’d like a spot. 

    In my experience, sound healing is deeply relaxing, has a regulating effect on the nervous system and this can lead to a deeply restored state and inner connection. The sound does the work, so you can just take some time to be and let go. 

    A previous participant shared that she’d never felt as deeply relaxed before as during and after my sound healing journey.

    What do you need to bring? 

    Things to make yourself as comfortable as possible! a yoga mat or camping matt to lie on, a pillow and bolster for under your knees, a blanket  and a water bottle. (If you back issues, please bring something extra soft)

    Doors open at 7:00 for a 7:15pm start, please don’t be late. Doors will be locked from 7.20pm. ✨

    Big ❤️

    Jonny

    Disclaimer:

    As this is such an intimate event, tickets are non-refundable. If you can’t make it, you’re welcome to pass your ticket onto someone else. 


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