A 90 minute session for groups that combines a guided meditation with live vocals and guitar.
Participants have discovered:
- Access to a place of deep relaxation and inner calm, encouraging a state in which the body can let go of stress and stress related ailments.
- Re-juvenation combined with a feeling of happiness and contentment.
- Improvement in relationships and empathy for others.
- An appreciation of the benefits of the vibration of sound including emotional wellbeing, increased vitality, focus and strengthening of the immune system.
Songs of Bliss is open to anyone that would like to experience deep relaxation, along with a method for letting go of the stress and strain of modern day living. There is no need for any previous experience in meditation or other relaxation techniques.
With over 20 years of experience leading group meditations, Natalie creates a space in which participants can relax, let go and fully embrace the resonance of her voice. Meditations are themed to suit the needs of the group, taking people on a journey of self discovery and growth.
Who Can Get Involved?
– Retreats: A beautiful addition to yoga retreats and teacher training, ‘Songs of Bliss’ offers students a wonderful opportunity to relax, self-reflect and rejuvenate in a way that compliments their practice.
– Organisations: A counter balance to the stress of modern day business practice ‘Songs of Bliss’ offers employees an opportunity to re-connect and re-focus in a way that compliments organisational needs. Tools and themes can be adapted to support specific requirements.
– Individuals: Look out for classes across Asia, Europe and the UK
The workshop is perfect for groups of 5-25 people.
‘Sound meditation has been an absolute revelation for me. As a newcomer to meditation, i have struggled in prior attempts with keeping my mind focused on the practice. I found Natalie’s guided meditation with sound/music effectively held my hand (or mind) through the practice and allowed me to truly experience the meditative state.’ Akash, 45years, Finance