Sacred Sound Workshop
Saturday, July 17, 2017, 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Cost: $80 (includes lunch)
Presenters: Ruth Cunningham and Phyllis Strock
Register by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 215-934-6206
People of all faiths can use sacred sound to bring relaxation, balance, and healing to their everyday lives.
Learn to use voice and music as tools for personal transformation, creativity, and connection to spirit. Practices in humming, toning, chanting, mantras, and simple improvisation will be taught. Explore new ways of experiencing music and how to use music and sound more effectively in daily life.
In addition, the presenters will perform with a medieval harp and flute and songs created specifically for the group. No prior musical talent or experience needed. All are welcome.
About the Presenters
Ruth Cunningham is a classically trained musician, a sound healing practitioner, and performer. She combines her many skills to improvise music that connects people to the healing and spiritual power of music.
Phyllis Strock has a background in psychology and has worked extensively with families, individuals and children in the field of grief and loss. She is a sound healer practitioner using Tibet singing bowls, crystal bowls and chant. Phyllis currently works as a chaplain and leads a writing group for woman in recovery.
“When I work with people, I encourage them to use music more consciously and to use their own voices as a tool for transformation, healing and connection to spirit. ” – Ruth Cunningham