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Sound Bath – Relax, Release, & Renew Yourself by Listening to Sound (Single Session)
May 21, 6:00pm-7:00pm (Central Time)
$12 for session, preregistered/prepaid.
(Entire series registration is available for $32 for the series (May 21, June 18, & July 16). Visit the “Entire Series” registration page for that option).
Location: Assisi Heights Canticle Park, 14th Street NW, Rochester, Minnesota. Click Here for map.
Special Notes: This event will take place outdoors, in Assisi Heights Canticle Park. Entry into the Assisi Heights building is not permitted at this time. Please park in the Canticle Park parking lot (Parking Map included above) and join the group in the grassy area. Despite the signage, we are open for limited sponsored events only, so you will still see the closure signs at the entrance to Assisi Heights. All participants are requested to wear their masks while on Assisi Heights property. Participants should refrain from attending if experiencing any symptoms of COVID-19 or other illness or have been exposed to any persons infected with COVID-19. (Event is subject to updated COVID-19 guidelines.)
Enjoy listening to calming, soothing sounds for an hour. Lie or sit in a comfortable position, close your eyes, and listen to sounds as they wash over you. The only thing required to participate in a sound bath is a comfortable position – no special clothing, no musical instruments, no equipment. (You may want to bring a mat, pillow, and knee support, if lying down or a comfortable chair, if sitting.)
A sound bath performer creates sounds using a variety of instruments like Tibetan bowls, tongue drums, chimes, Native American-style drums, flute, rattles and other instruments.
Each person will have their own unique benefits and experience during and after a sound bath.
A sound bath may help relieve stress, fatigue, pain, depression and anxiety symptoms or alleviate confusion, tension, and anger. Also, a sound bath may improve mood, sleep and physical symptoms such as blood pressure and heart rate.
The possibilities for how a sound bath may support or help you is as numerous as there are songs. Give yourself the gift of relaxing, releasing, and renewing by listening to soothing sound!
Patty Stupca is a sound bath performer, an accredited T’ai Chi Chih teacher, and a Reiki practitioner. She enjoys connecting to nature by gardening and hiking.
In the event of inclement weather, session may be rescheduled. Please check for updates prior to the session.