Introduction to Tibetan Bowls April 4

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Introduction to Tibetan Bowls April 4

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Wed, April 4, 2018


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Join us for an evening to learn about the healing benefits of Tibetan bowls and to experience a short sound session.  This is an opportunity to meet Master Bowl player and healer, Maayaa.  Maayaa is known for her humility, integrity, empathy and compassion. She spent years learning her craft in the Himalayas following her masters including three years in a cave.  After years of practice she established a number of healing centers in Rishikesh and Pune.  Their aim is to help people overcome suffering through the use of spiritual practices.  They do this by teaching each individual to heal themselves and others.

A portion of our proceeds will go towards one of our charities and donations are welcome.
Signature home made yogi tea and brownies finish the evening.  

Bring - Wear comfortable clothes usually white in colour, but not necessary. Some bring crystals to be recharged by the gongs.

Provided - Mats, blankets, bolsters, lavender eye bags, meditation cushions, essential oils and homemade spiced tea.

Please arrive 15 minutes prior to class for an enhanced relaxation experience and remember that the entrance to the building after 1800 is at the back of the building on Yip Kan St, next to Genesis.


Should you register for an event using your pre-paid package and then not show for the event, the payment is non-refundable and will be deducted from your total remaining credit.  Packages are valid for three months from the date of purchase and may be used as credit for other studio offerings.  You may also use your credit to pay for a friend.  You will receive notification one month prior to their expiry. They are not extendable.

Gift cards are not refundable and are valid only for the purpose for which they were purchased.

Studio Etiquette - Please be considerate of the needs of others. Most come to de-stress and claim quiet time. Enter the studio space quietly and keep your voices low prior to class. If anyone wishes to be silent or not engaging, please respect their choice.

Entering the Studio - Feel free to enter 15 minutes before class begins. Leave shoes, bags, coats, phones and other personal belongings in the cubbies near the door.  Ensure your phone is on silent (not just vibrate). If the studio door is closed, please do not disturb the occupants though.

Latecomers- Class will start on time.  Sometimes it is unavoidable to be late. Enter quietly and make as little noise and fuss as possible. If we are tuning in, please wait until we have finished the chants though.

Ending  - Please help us maintain the studio by returning all props to their original locations. Blankets are folded neatly in rectangles and stacked in the cupboards. Mats stacked neatly on the trolley. Take responsibility for washing your own tea cup. We wish you to feel as though the studio is an extension of your home and appreciate your attention and help in keeping it tidy, clean and welcoming.