Sound Bath Healing & Relaxation - New Year Beginnings
Friday, 12 January • 19:30 - 21:00
North Kildare Educate Together, Clane Road, Celbridge, Co Kildare, W23 HFX0
Sonya Harnett
Hello , I'm Sonya and I would like to welcome you our hub of wellbeing offering yoga, meditation, sound healing therapy, retreats & events. Workplace wellness events.
* FULLY BOOKED! - Please contact us to be added to waitlist for a cancellation *

NEXT DATE: Fri 23rd February
Join Sonya for a deeply relaxing evening as we move into a brand new year of beginnings through these beautiful sounds and deep relaxation. Bathe in these vibrations leading into deepest rest and unwind.

Often in our daily lives, we may feel at times fragmented, overwhelmed and exhausted with our endless daily tasks. So it's essential to take time slow down and pause and listen to the the body's cry for rest so that we can re-charge, become clearer and live with grace and ease through our days.

A Sound Bath is a powerful way to bring the body into a deep form of relaxation and ease. It works as the sound vibrations from gongs, himalayan singing bowls, crystal bowls, rattles, drums and other instruments such as chimes are used to create mesmerising vibrations of sounds that can help to release emotional and energy blockages in the body and stimulate healing in a gentle yet a very deep way.

Explore gentle breathing techniques and practices that will lead into a guided deep relaxation known as "yoga nidra" yoga sleep to settle body, mind and heart in preparation to receive the healing vibration of sounds.

Reduces stress physically, mentally and emotionally.
Eases anxiety and may ease depression.
Improve sleeping patterns.
Boost immunity.
Soothes emotional response or triggers.
Induces a deep relaxation response in the body.

1. Please bring a yoga mat to lie out upon.

2. Placing a blanket or rug over your mat for extra comfort may be nice.

3. One or two blankets to cover body for extra comfort and cosyness.

4. Please wear thick socks and layer up in comfy clothing as the body can cool down a lot when entering a deep relaxation.

5. A cushion or small folded blanket to support your head.

6. A pillow or bolster to place under back of knees to support the back can be really nice

7. Bottle of water and sweet snack to ground you after the healing.

Feel free to bring a pen and notebook if you wish journal your intentions or reflect after your healing.

You are welcome to stay for a pre-xmas cuppa and chat after the event.

1. Extreme caution is advised when pregnant. First trimester and third trimester not advised to attend. Students who are pregnant are advised to place themselves in the room furthest away from the louder sounds.
2. Contra-indicated for sound sensitive epilepsy.
3. Caution if you have any metal plates in the body as this may cause discomfort with some of the sounds so it is advised to place yourself in the room furthest away from the louder sounds.
4. Students with a pacemaker are NOT advised to attend.
5. SURGERY: It is strongly advised to wait 3 months AFTER having surgery to attend. Please consult your medical practitioner.

Sonya is an Advanced Sound Therapist and is a graduate of Celtic School of Sound Healing, a fully accredited training by the Complementary Medicine Association UK (CMA). Sonya is a full professional member of the Association of Sound Therapists Ireland (AOSTI)

She grew up with music in her home and sounds has always been a big part of her life. She studied music and singing in her earlier life and this love of the relaxation and healing of music brought her to explore how music be expressed through the healings and teachings that she offer through her work today through her popular Sound Bath Healings events.

Cancellation window is 48 hours OUTSIDE this window. If cancelling within this window, no credit or refunds. We appreciate your understanding. Please read our terms and conditions in full PRIOR to booking and take note of caution inventory list (as above)

Upon booking this class, you are agreeing to our full terms and conditions. Please consult your medical practitioner prior to practicing movement and always move within a pain free zone. Please adapt and modify any movement to suit your level of comfort and ease. It is the student's utmost responsibility to take care of him/herself during the event. Please be aware that yoga, meditation or sound healing is not a substitute for medical attention, examination, diagnosis or treatment.