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SEASON OF REST - A Sound Healing
October 21, 2023
GWI Greenhouse: 65 St James Street, Kingston
SEASON OF REST - A Sound Healing

Wellness and rest are two facets that often elude us due to the stressors that stand in the doorway of life. We offer this sound experience as a ray of light on the possibilities for us to find comfort, care, and a sense of belonging to self through our awareness and presence.

This sound healing utilizes the sounds of gongs, bells, rattles, drums and other instruments.

“A sound bath is a deeply-immersive, full-body listening experience that intentionally uses sound to invite gentle yet powerful therapeutic and restorative processes to nurture your mind and body.” -Sara Auster

Yoga mats, blankets, and bolsters will be provided. Attendees are encouraged to bring anything that will allow them additional comfort during the ceremony. Participants either lie down or sit comfortably while listening to the sounds of various instruments, like singing bowls, chimes, drums, and gongs. Think of this time as a way to become present, connect inward, and allow a beacon of light and care to shine on and through you.


Ben Brown is a sound practitioner, visual artist, and bodyworker. He seeks the intersection of mediums that provide a haven from social-emotional isolation and support our adaptive capabilities to self-soothe and heal. Much of his work comes from the impulse to create more space in the nervous system and body through vibrational frequencies that connect us to our ancestral wisdom and being.

Ben facilitates live and virtual sound experiences. He is the co-creator of HOME and E L I X I R, two monthly sound practices and provided sound experience at Columbia Teacher’s College, Innisfree Garden, You Can Thrive, Dharmakaya, and Lululemon.


This event is free, but registration IS REQUIRED. 

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