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Join us for a relaxing experience of healing resonance.

2022 Sound Healing Dates

  • Thursday, June 9th at 5:30pm
  • Sunday, July 17th at 5:30pm

According to the law of physics, everything vibrates. The frequency at which an object naturally vibrates is resonance and each part of the body has its own natural resonance. Stress, illness, and environmental factors can cause the resonance to get out of tune, and sound healing helps tune the body, recalibrating and returning the body to its inherently healthy, balanced and natural resonance. 

In this healing session, a variety of frequencies from instruments such as crystal singing bowls, gongs, chimes, and drums are utilized to tune the body. This subtle energy therapy allows the body to heal itself. It influences our emotional bodies as well as our physical bodies by slowing brain waves and producing powerful effects at a cellular level shifting us from disease to ease. 

About the space holder:

Known for her deep belly laughter, Michelle Lavonne Kucera-Jewell, brings together nearly 25 years of experience working within for-profit and non-profit organizations, from guiding wilderness trips to facilitating corporate team building. After transitioning out of her role working in leadership development for Apple she found a passion and desire to commit fully to holding sacred space for her community. 

Her desire as an RYT 500, Chi Nei Tsang & Cacao Practitioner is to help people know that they are worthy of love, not because of their doing; simply because of their being. Michelle utilizes skills developed through her Masters's Degree in Cultural Studies along with her certifications and training as an Ayurvedic Yoga Specialist through the Himalayan Institute, Laughter Yoga Leader, Yoga Behind Bars, and Reiki Practitioner. She is humbled by the opportunity to learn from and co-create healing, transformational space in every sacred session.

Michelle is a Co-Creator at Kan's Nest