Hi there – apologies for the non-updated Events page! I changed server and it didn’t upload my latest version of the site.
The lovely Monthly Sacred Sound Journey continues in Edinburgh on the first Friday of the month with myself and Sharon Rossi. We have a beautiful and powerfulnew venue at Broughton St Mary’s Church, Bellevue Crescent, Edinburgh. This is the facebook link to the event https://www.facebook.com/events/613520978797472/
We begin at 7.30 and guests are invited to arrive from 7.15pm, bring a mat, cosy blanket and cushion for comfort. We will then nurture you in a delicious soundscape of Tibetan and Crsytal singing bowls, gentle gongs, powerful drum over your body and many other instruments woven together to bring you the best experience.
There are now also also monthly Sound Journeys in Peebles held in the wonderful Space108 and dates are published on facebook, via email or on here. There is not a regular day for these yet and they are hosted by myself and involve a sweet gathering, smudging and preparation before you are invited to lay down and rest. Please email for the latest dates.
And occasionally throughout the year myself and Anthar Kharana host Ceremonial Sound Journeys in Edinburgh. The two dates left for 2016 are Friday June 16 and Friday 2 September. Both of these will be held in the same venue (Broughton St Mary’s church) and involve a teaching from the animal guide (the nahual) for the day according to the original Mayan Calendar, and a ceremony at the beginning to call in the four corners. We then weave together a wonderful mix of sounds to again bring you the journey that you need. Please contact me if you would like to book on these.
I am currently planning dates for July onwards for a series of workshops working with the Divine Feminine and Sound, the Hathors as well as an Introduction series including Learning to play Singing Bowls, Colour , Sound and the Chakras and Healing Through Voice. Please keep in touch for the latest events or join me on Facebook where I post the latest events regularly Suzy Nairn