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CRYSTAL BOWLS SOUND HEALING, Monthly Friday, March 29, 7:00-8:30 pm
Edie Jemiola, RMT - Everything in and about our bodies resonates to sound. Sound used with intention can shift the energy in and around the body to help reestablish physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual well-being. Experience the purity and passion of Edie's voice and quartz crystal bowls, which will stimulate healing at a very deep level. Come and soothe your spirit. Bring a mat, pillow and blanket if you wish to lie down. Fee: $20. Register with Edie: 860-933-8145, 48 hours in advance preferred.

PRIMORDIAL (HUNYUAN) TAOIST TAIJI QIGONG Friday, April 12, 1:00-4:00 pm
George Hoffman - Probably the lesser known of the two major taiji ruler sets to have survived to present day. This ancient Taoist qigong set helps us gather qi to enhance our health and merge our qi with the original qi of the universe to achieve vitality and longevity. This exercise system will enhance dan tian awareness, encourage the movement and transformation of jing, blood and qi and help the practitioner improve their martial arts and healing power and improve health and quality of life. Limit 12 students. Fee: $45. Register with George by April 10 at 860-742-5892.

THE SHAMAN'S TENT Third Fridays, April 19, 6:30-8:15 pm
Patricia Shannon, MS - Step into the shaman’s tent to experience how the Shaman finds clarity in even the most complex situations and challenges. Seeing clearly leads us to live with purpose and honor so we can become Keepers of the Fire for both our inner fire and the fire of the world. Join us as we will explore a spirit inspired topic each evening through shamanic journeying, wisdom sharing, and heartfelt ceremony. www.earthandskyshaman.com Fee: $20/evening. Contact Patricia to register at 860-871-5467 or Patricia.shannon1@sbcglobal.net

SOUND MEDITATION with Tibetan Bowls, Drums, and Vocal Toning Thursdays, April 25, 7:15-8:45 pm
Lisa Burch, LCSW, RMT & friends, Sharon Tarala, RN, JD, RMT (January) - Wind down with a unique sound bath and meditation with the Tibetan singing bowls and tingshas, Himalayan sacred sound instruments. Reiki, drumming, vocal toning and a crystal pyramid will also be included. Allow yourself to float on a beautiful sound journey. Build your ability to experience the present moment more fully, clearing your chakras and releasing what no longer serves you. Bring a mat, pillow and blanket if you wish to lie down. Chairs will also be available. Prepare to enter a zone of deep relaxation, rejuvenation, reflection, and inner peace.
Fee: $20/evening. Register with Lisa: 860-783-5597, or text 860-985-9719.

REIKI SHARE REJUVENATION, monthly Monday, April 29, 5:30 - 8:30 pm
Edie Jemiola, RMT - Ready to Refresh, Reconnect, and Rejuvenate Your Reiki? This Reiki Share is a great opportunity designed to support Reiki practitioners at all levels: those who are just starting out, to those who haven't practiced in awhile but would like to start using their Reiki energy again. Whatever level you have been attuned to, this Share/Rejuvenation is dedicated to refreshing and reconnecting you with your Reiki energy, and enjoying self and group healings. We can take turns on the table - giving and receiving! No matter how long it has been since your last Reiki class, this session will have you rejuvenating in the Reiki energy and light! Edie will open and close with a sound healing blessing using Crystal bowls! Tables are welcome! Fee: $20. Register with Edie: 860-933-8145.


 
Also at 199 West Center Street, remember that Ravenwood Holistic Wellness Center also hosts a Drum Circle with Craig Norton on the 4th Friday of the month at 7:00 pm and Kripalu trained MaryAnn Napoletano teaches yoga on Tuesday and Thursday evenings from 5:30-6:45 pm. See www.ravenwoodhealing.com for details.














 















Please register with the workshop facilitator in advance. In this way appropriate materials will be available for all registrants and set up can be arranged to accommodate all interested. The facilitator can also contact you if there are any scheduling changes. Thank you for your assistance with a smooth advance registration process.