Strawberry Full Moon Floating GONG BATH in a hammock

Thu Jun 24 2021 at 08:30 pm to 09:30 pm

Mindful Space | Singapore

Wenyogaheal
Publisher/HostWenyogaheal
Strawberry Full Moon Floating GONG BATH in a hammock Strawberry Full Moon Floating GONG BATH in a hammock
About this Event

Date: 24 June 2021 (Thursday)

Time: 8:30pm - 9:30pm

Venue: Mindful Space

Energy Exchange: $45 - $48.22 (Eventbrite fees will apply from May 2021 onwards)


June welcomes the "sweetest" full moon of the year known as the Strawberry Full Moon. The name originated with Algonquin tribes in eastern North America who knew it as a signal to gather the ripening fruit of wild strawberries. It also represents the transition into a ripe new season.

Full moon is all about transformation, fertility, and completion. Harness full moon energy by taking this as a time for radiance and empowerment. It is a powerful time for looking within and feel empowered in your achievements.

It represents a cycle of completion and allows us to release and let go of energy. It gives us the gift of removing what no longer serves us and allows us to complete our intentions so that we can move onto something new. Releasing and letting go during the Full Moon will give you a freeing energy, makes you feel invigorated, and renewed from all the things weighing on you.

Full Moon offers powerful healing opportunity, an optimum time for meditating, recharging your energy field, and clearing your chakras. Using the lunar energy of a full moon can yield incredible healing results, both physically and mentally.

Gong is known to generate powerful, intense healing vibrations. You will likely find yourself drawn into the hypnotic sounds while layer upon layer of vibrations touches your body, mind and heart.

The sounds surround you with their powerful healing tones to guide you on a journey of self-discovery and inner exploration that promotes deep relaxation and peace, expansion of consciousness, and helps to open the body’s entire energetic system.

Being immersed in these remarkable sounds tends to bring people whatever experiences they need at the moment and no two experiences are ever the same. Some people might fall into a nourishing, trance-like sleep. Whilst others might experience altered states of consciousness or feel bodily sensations associated with physical healing.

All you need to do is lie comfortably in the aerial hammock, immerse yourself in the sound waves and allow the Gong and other healing instruments to take you on a Journey to Remember.

All are welcome! Come with an open mind and heart. No experience in mediation is required.

** You will bring home a surprise gift as well**


You can DM me directly to make a booking. (No Eventbrite fee and payment will be made through PayNow)


Come in comfortable attire and refrain from wearing clothes with zip and sharp or pointed jewelry/accessories that may damage the hammock.

You are highly recommended to bring your own eye pillow, blanket, jacket or/and cushion in order to thoroughly enjoy the session in total comfort.

The space will be sanitised before and after the event and sanitising spray and hand gel will be available. Please do not attend the class if you are feeling unwell.

Do read through and observe the venue guidelines. Come 15 mins earlier prior to the session and latecomers will be rejected from attending the session once it starts.


This event will be held at Mindful Space. Address: 10 Winstedt Rd, Block A 02-02, Singapore, 227977 (Beside ACS Junior or Newton MRT). For directions to Mindful Space, please visit www.mindfulspace.com.sg/location.


Minimum 5 to run.

By sound therapist Wendy Lum

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If you would like to reserve a hammock directly with me or have any questions, you are welcome to email to [email protected] or direct message through Instagram or Facebook.

Event Venue & Nearby Stays

Mindful Space, 10 Winstedt Road, Singapore, Singapore

Tickets

SGD 45.00

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