Theta Healing & Sound Bath Workshop

By Fortunata Yoga


Sneak Peek


Join us at this mind and heart opening Workshop with Theta Healing and Crystal Singing Bowls.

Our third workshop Theme is SPIRITUAL DEVELOPMENT.
Are you ready to be brave? Handing over the wheel to the universe? What will happen if you let go?

You will have the opportunity to set your own personal intentions, letting go of old negative patterns and open your heart to new fantastic experiences.

Firstly you will enjoy a relaxing and nourishing opening sound bath, helping to calm busy minds. Once centred you remain laying down as you will be guided though a Theta healing session. After the Theta healing you will continue to lie down and open your heart once more to the healing sounds of the Crystal singing Bowls as the sound vibration helps to release any emotional blockages.

You will be given a little gift as you leave, something little to take home to remind you of the steps forward you have taken at this workshop.

What is Thetha healing?

ThetaHealing is a meditative technique conducted while the client and practitioner are in a theta brainwave state - an altered consciousness where brainwaves are slowed to a relaxed mode and open for change. As you meditate gentle words will be spoken to the room, words that reach deep in to your heart helping you to heal and letting go of old patterns and habits.

There is mat's available but you're welcome to bring your own if you like.
normal clothing is fine.

Experience includes:

- Guided Theta Healing

- A Crystal Singing Bowl Sound Bath

- A space to relax

- A opportunity to meet like minded people and share your experiences

- A gift to take home

  • Uplifting
  • Relaxing
  • Focused

What you need

Equipment: Soft and comfortable clothes, and eye masc if you like.


Next class

Thursday 27 September at 19:00

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Find your way there

Risinghill Street, London, UK

The Host

I'm a vegan foodie, yogi and animal lover who live my life to the full and in abundance.

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