Science driven reasons to (re) treat yourself !

Can you justify taking the time and money to invest into your well-being and growth?

It can be easy to feel guilty or hesitant when it comes to treating yourself. But you know your health and state of mind are the most important things - they influence every other aspect of your life.

The science says you need to retreat yourself.

So join us this October for a unique and powerful Sound Healing Training Retreat.

Don’t take it from us though, we are just sharing what the experts say.

  1. Being in community makes us feel happy, connected & supported

Harvard Women’s Health Watch states, “Dozens of studies have shown that people who have satisfying relationships with family, friends and their community are happier, have fewer health problems, and live longer.”

Come share your natural joy with others as you learn, play and connect. Deep listening, heart centered communication and a shared vision make retreats a powerful place to connect and feel supported.

Staying together for several days creates a sacred space and container for transformation to occur.

2.Crystal Bowls & Sound Healing Instruments have physical, mental and emotional benefits.

A study published in the Journal of Evidence-Based Integrative Medicine found that sound meditations helped people reduce tension, fatigue, anger, anxiety, and depression while increasing a sense of spiritual well-being.

Simply put, sound baths are the new happy pill. Just in a pure, vibrational form. The sound waves wash over and through you, telling your nervous system it’s ok to chill and restore.

Enjoy daily sound baths and learn how to share sound baths with others.

3.Yoga boosts endorphins and makes us feel good!

Harvard Health says “ A review of 15 studies, published in the jour­nal Aging and Mental Health, looked at the effect of a variety of relaxation techniques on depression and anxiety in older adults. In addition to yoga, interven­tions included massage therapy, progressive muscle relaxation, stress management, and listening to music. While all the techniques provided some benefit, yoga and music were the most effective for both depression and anxiety. And yoga appeared to provide the lon­gest-lasting effect.”

Boost endorphins?

Ease Stress?

Get instruments and knowledge to take home and share?

Connect with lovely people?

Get served gourmet meals?

Yes, please!

This Sound Healing Training Retreat is going to be so special. You will leave feeling rejuvenated, empowered and inspired.

We can’t wait to share space with you. ⭐