Sonic Yoga, Gong Meditation July 21! Crawford Bay Hall

Register here:

and at our booth at the Starbelly Jam Music Festival

Sonic Yoga at 9:30 am, $20

with Cache Hartzell. Registered Yoga Teacher   

Meditation, Pranayama & Yoga accompanied by gongs, singing bowls, tuning forks, and other healing instruments.

” Sonic Bliss Yoga” is a group journey of Meditation, Pranayama & Yoga accompanied by gongs, singing bowls, tuning forks, and other healing instrument, leading one towards optimal health and wellness, gently reminding the body of its’ innate wisdom to heal, shift and repair. Sound healing experts Theresa Lee, Will Morris and Will Hartzell, will accompany the experience through Sound Gates to a harmonious inner balancing as Cache guides us through a gentle yoga practice culminating in a Sonic Bliss Gong Bath Savasana.

This class is appropriate for all levels of experience. Please wear comfortable clothes for movement and bring your mat.

Cache Hartzell is a Registered Yoga Teacher and Dean of the Nataraja School of Yoga, Ayurveda & Wellness. She has studied with many of the leading masters in Contemplative Psychology, Buddhism, and Yogic Tradition. Cache teaches yoga, guides retreats, directs trainings and offers private consultations. She is certified in Jin Shin Do and by the American Organization for Bodywork Therapies of Asia.

Will Hartzell has been practicing acupuncture and sound healing since 1995, working with Acutonics tuning forks, Tibetan singing bowls, and gongs tuned to the music of the spheres.. His love of sound has been instrumental in his practice. His love of people has led him in his life path, his life purpose.

Gong Meditation at 3:30pm, $25

with Theresa Lee & Will Morris, Will & Cache Hartzel and friends.  

With Paiste planetary gongs, singing bowls, flute and other instruments

The sound healing meditation journey begins with a flute performance, singing into the ‘winds of time.’ This creates a spacious opening into the vibratory healing moment of gongs, pushing through the very fabric of our being. The rich overtones and undertones of the planetary gongs and the Tibetan singing bowls send waves of vibrations into the air, penetrating deeply into the body, releasing blockages and restoring balance. . These tones are familiar and promote a sense of coming home, promoting a returning to the cosmic sea, to that place of oneness, when there was no separation. It is from here that deep healing occurs on all levels. Theresa Lee and Will Morris will be joined by other sound healing practitioners to create a powerful transformative experience!

This therapeutic sound healing journey is appropriate for all levels of experience. Please bring your mat and a blanket.

Sound Healing Treatments

with local Acutonics® practitioners.  From 12:00 pm to 3:00 pm

The Acutonics® approach to integrative medicine embraces the concept of a musical and undivided universe—a belief found through time, across cultures, and in many spiritual traditions that sound and vibration have the power to heal, create, generate, transform and give birth to new ideas and new consciousness.”

Acutonics® is a non invasive, deeply relaxing system of vibrational medicine that uses precision calibrated tuning forks representing  the orbital properties of the Earth, Moon, Sun and other planets. The tuning forks are applied to acupuncture points, chakras, and other areas of pain on or above the body.  The sound waves of the forks travel deeply into the body along energy pathways, connecting with the body’s natural frequencies, stimulating and balancing the body’s physical and subtle energy field,  promoting wellness, deep inner harmony and a feeling of Harmonic Attunement® or at-one-ment.

Tibetan singing bowls, planetary chimes and other instruments are also used in every treatment.

There will be a sign up sheet at our booth at Starbelly Jam Music Festival, or on Sunday morning at the Crawford Bay Hall. Treatments with advanced practitioners are $50 for 45 min. Bookings will be for 12:00pm, 1:00pm and 2:00pm. Free demos and treatments with student practitioners will also be available.