Fri, May 01|
UC Berkeley PATH to Care Center Sessions
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Time & Location
May 01, 2020, 10:00 AM
About the Event
Using guided breathwork along with the sounds of the singing bowls, this is a practice of deep relaxation.
I encourage you to find a comfortable posture (sitting or lying down) being mindful to support your neck & lower back.
Dress comfortably & use layers to stay warm. Appropriate for all abilities
The sounds from alchemy quartz crystal singing bowls can be impactful on the body and mind including:
- helping the mind to settle and the brain to enter a peaceful theta (or pre-sleep) state,
- the parasympathetic nervous system to relax/taking a break from being in a constant state of fight-flight-freeze,
- and the body to access the benefits of deep rest.
Learn more about the benefits of crystal singing bowls from Psychology Today, The Healing Power of Sound as Meditation.
Due to meeting remotely, please RSVP to complete a registration and liability form.
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About the Facilitator
Joy Evans, MSW (she/her) offers practices of restorative rest and connection to nature. She received her MSW from the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor and her Level II Certification in the Art of Sound Healing from the Seattle Sound Temple. She offers sound healing with crystal singing bowls in a trauma-informed/ no-touch way that supports folks who are stressed, facing trauma, or struggle with accessing deep rest. Formerly, Joy oversaw Survivor Support Services at the UC Berkeley PATH to Care Center. She is also a guide with the Association of Nature and Forest Therapy, and in her second year of study with the School of Celtic Consciousness. Her personal mantra is “grounded in joy, moving with love, planting peace.”