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Sound Healing With Jarrod


  • Westways Sanctuary 386 Littleworth Lane Sea Cliff, NY, 11579 United States (map)

The Mysticism and Philosophy of Creating Shuniya:  Sound as a Tool for Self-Actualization

With Jarrod Byrne Mayer and Melody Balczon

 

Sound is a gateway to shuinya, the deep silence within. It is the void beyond duality which brings our outer world into greater bliss and harmony.  Sound healing has very little to do with actually creating sounds…but rather it is about cultivating a deep inner silence which can transfer through the tool being played.  

With the gift of Kundalini Yoga we can experience these deeper states of the self.  Only when we experience silence, can we give the experience of silence.

These four days will be a mixture of the teachings from the gong and tuning forks, which includes channeled meditations, control of Chi, and movements.  We will also practice Kundalini Yoga and mediations to deepen the experience. 

We will also go over other sound healing tools and modalities.  Tuning forks and singing bowls will be available for purchase.If someone would like to purchase a gong prior to the training please email Jarrod@BrooklynHealingArts.com and we be able to help.


Jarrod Byrne Mayer and Melody Balczon are both certified Kundalini Yoga teachers who studied with Gurmuhk Kaur Khalsa and Gurushabd Singh Khalsa.  Jarrod is a sonotherapist who has studied with Gong Master Don Connreux, tuning fork master Dr. John Beauliu, and Sage Healing Arts founders Phillipe and Lea Garnier. Melody is Reiki Two certified having studied with Maha Rose founder Lisa Levine.  Both Melody and Jarrod have also studied with survival master Tom Brown Jr. in the ancient Apache Scout tradition.

Jarrod Byrne Mayer and Melody Balczon bring a practical application of yogic and sound technologies so it can be fully integrated within your daily life.  They have been married for 9 years and currently reside in Greenpoint, Brooklyn with their two cats.  Together they launched “Brooklyn Healing Arts,” specializing in modern-archaic healing modalities.  They like hugs, ice cream, and good times.  www.BrooklynHealingArts.com

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