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Jay McWinen

HEALING MANTRA & SINGING FOR WELLBEING PLAY SHOP — Led by Wellbeing Practitioner & Choir Director — Jay P McWinen

Saturday 11th May - 2-4pm Cost: £15.00

This 2 hour PLAYSHOP focuses on using voice and sound to enhance positivity.

  • learn how chanting and mantras are used for meditation and connecting with oneness
  • sing, in harmony, popular mantras made famous by Deva Premal, and others
  • practise fun circle-songs creating harmony and energy
  • learn how to create your own personal mantra
  • understand sacred sounds and solfeggio frequencies that stimulate different parts of the brain
  • learn how singing can build quick energy when working with the law of attraction

This PLAYSHOP comes with a FREE online resource that is downloadable, to continue practising what is learnt for participants that come along.

Contact Patricia to book: 07947 480180

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