Tuesday, September 17, 2013

An Introduction to the Himalayan Singing Bowls



The Bridgewater Public Library, 15 South Street, will host Stephanie Woods, Tuesday, September 24 at 7:00p.m., for a presentation on Himalayan Singing Bowls.

Even though the history of the Himalayan Singing Bowls has been shrouded in mystery, there is no reason why their subtle yet remarkable virtues should be hidden any longer. These instruments may be totally unfamiliar, but they have the capacity to reacquaint us with a feeling of wholeness that is hard to achieve in our fast paced and disjointed culture.

Stephanie uses the Himalayan Singing Bowls, crafted out of several different metals, to play tones that resonate with those parts of an individual that are “out of tune” and looking for alignment. The music from the Bowls gently comforts and soothes. The vibrations and tones from the Singing Bowls envelop you in a cocoon of deep relaxation and peace and allow you to address physical, emotional and spiritual issues.

Wear comfortable clothing, and it is strongly suggested that you bring some form of eye covering (sleep mask, bandana) to maximize the experience. Each body needs something different. Let your body choose its own healing vibrations from the Himalayan Singing Bowls.

Stephanie Woods is a Harmonic Therapist and a Certified Singing Bowl Practitioner. For more information, go to: www.thesingingbowllady.com


“An Introduction to the Himalayan Singing Bowls” is funded by the Friends of the Bridgewater Public Library. It will be held in the Flora T. Little Meeting Room on the lower level of the library, which is accessible by elevator. Parking is available in back of the library.

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