with the Bards of Avalon

Thursday 11th August at 7.30pm (GMT+1) on zoom

Join Bea and David from Bards of Avalon as they share their experiences working with the power of sound.

"Their sound baths always leave a sense of peace and relaxation, and their voices are amazing. A pure joy to the ears. If you've never experienced a bathing in vibration and sound - you don't know what you are missing - put them on your bucket list....." - Jean

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One of the joys of our work is hearing that our soundscapes have helped others transform challenging times in their lives, whether that's to do with health, relationships, work or other issues. We've found that using sound with intention provides a key to help you navigate through life with greater ease, grace and joy.

In this session, you’ll discover how sound therapy can help:

* Boost your energy

* Reduce pain

* Help you relax

* Reduce stress

* Improve sleep

You will also experience a live, relaxing soundscape session created with vocal harmonies, Gongs, Himalayan bowls, chimes and other percussion instruments, designed to support your health and wellbeing.

 Length: About an hour, with time for you to ask the Bards questions


You must register in advance for this event.
Please note: entry to this zoom will lock a few minutes after the start time, so please ensure you are in the waiting room at least 5 minutes before the start time.

Thursday 11th August at 7.30pm (GMT+1) Zoom link:
https://us06web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZwsdeyhqTkuHdYAqYaLwkIlLThqkkvuTEPR

After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.


For more information about Bea and David,  please visit their profile in the Wellbeing section.
 

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The subject and content of these talks are not associated with or representative of the Control Group, unless explicitly stated, but we aim for them to be on subjects that we believe will be of interest to our participants. 
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