June 30 - July 3, 2017 DARLINGTON, MD

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Lineup :: Workshops :: Singing Bowl Sound Bath

Singing Bowl Sound Bath

Arroh Meuse


At this hour long energy bath, the Damion will use fourteen large singing bowls and several gongs to create a sacred space of sound for the students' personal mediation. Each of her seven Himalayan singing bowls coordinates to a different energy wheel of the body. When played in proper sequence, the bowls can brings deep peace and stillness, harmonizing each center and allowing deep peace and inner alignment to light. Gong Baths, as they are usually called are encouraging spaces where listeners are guided into realms of reflection, psychological release, and inner light cultivation. They offers the listeners a chance to drift into places where the deepest planes can be touched.


Woven Body Healing Arts founder/instructor, Damion, witnesses both body and spirit as a study is balance, a structure whose efficiency relies on the seamless inter-workings of its parts. Her work's focus is to help weave the human form into this seamless cohesion. Damion teaches methods for relaxation, release through energy movement healing. She has been twice certified as an Instructor of Thai Medicinal Art Forms (Tao Mountain's Teacher Training Program and Naga Center's Teacher Training) and is a Licensed Massage Therapist, Reiki Teacher, Teacher of Body Mapping, and Sound & Vibrational Healing Practitioner. Woven Body, her teaching project and healing practice, began in 2005 and has homes in Richmond, VA. With this project, Damion is recognized by the National Certification Board for Therapeutic Massage and Bodywork as a Continuing Education Provider. For more information please visit her online at