October 27, 2021

Lyme Land Trust Hosts Outdoor ‘Sound Bath’

July 11, 2021 @ 6:00 pm – 7:00 pm
Diana’s Field in Banningwood Preserve,
19 Town St.

The Sound Bath will be held at Diana’s Field in Banningwood Preserve. Photo by Sue Cope.

LYME — Join the Lyme Land Trust for a Sound Bath, Sunday, July 11, from 6 to 7 p.m. at Diana’s Field in Banningwood Preserve, 19 Town St., Lyme.

A Sound Bath is an exhilarating event that brings a feeling of peace and rejuvenation. This Sound bath concert is presented by Rooted Endurance.

Sound Bath is a relaxation technique and meditative experience whereby participants ‘bathe’ in the sound waves produced by the complex harmonics of the human voice as well as instruments such as chimes, gongs and singing bowls.

Sean and Colleen Alexander, of Rooted Endurance, provide a multifaceted sound immersion performance that invites a delightful exploration of your internal self.

Create space for self-healing, sound massage, contemplative listening, relaxation, and rejuvenation; move prana (life force) through the body; deliver a deep, energetic reboot to the nervous system; and allow you to let go of everything that is not supporting you.

The results are waves of peace, heightened awareness, and relaxation of the mind and body.

You are welcome to bring your own water, mat, light blanket or sheet, and pillow and eye covers for this enjoyable experience. Bring a picnic to enjoy after the concert.

A suggested donation of $10 minimum will be collected on the day of the event, with all proceeds to benefit The Lyme Land Trust.

Registration not required.

For more information, visit the Rooted Endurance website at https://www.rootedendurance.com/or email colleenkalexander@gmail.com

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