Holistic Health

 

Restorative Workshops

  •  Singing Bowl and Native Flute(s) Sound Attunement: Individual and Group Workshops (indoors and outdoors)

  • Bereavement Circle Facilitation: Grief sharing in a safe space (7 week programs) with Lanark County Home Support.

  • Adult Nature Immersion Workshops: Rediscovering Nature's Rhythms. 

 Sound Attunement  

(for individuals or groups of 5-8 participants.)

Deepen the relaxation response with Native Flute and Quartz Singing Bowl Sound Attunements 

Flute music and quartz singing bowl resonance creates a stimulating binaural relationship: Exercise the inhale/exhale breath exchange while listening to the melodic framework of a variety of pentatonic note sequences of medicine flutes accompanied by the consonant and dissonant frequency flow of the crystal quartz singing bowls. 

Laurie Lynn Clark plays with the intention of deepening one's relaxation response so to stimulate the opening of the body's vital energy centres while breath exercises brings oxygen to open the spinal plexuses (Medullary/ cervical/dorsal/lumbar/ sacral/ coccygeal plexuses).

 

Locations:

Contact Laurie to discuss outdoor (social distancing) sound session options.

 

Bereavement Circle Facilitation 

As a Restorative Communication Circle Facilitator, Laurie holds a safe space for expression in bereavement circles for Lanark County Home Support (http://www.chslc.ca). As a musician, Laurie also offers sound bathing experiences for grief ceremonies for death doula certification courses. Laurie invites the opportunity to host bereavement circle groups out on the land around the council fire in the Lanark Highlands.

 

 

 Rediscover Nature  

Adults gather to rediscover natures rhythms.

Core Routines:  Silent relaxed reflection, automatic writing, solositspot and/or groupsitspot, fireside appreciation circle sharing, foraging for medicinal herbs , medicinal - teas and infusions to bring home with you. Introduction to Restorative Communication practices (active listening, suspend judgement, confidentiality), gratitude sharing, nurture your relationship with self, with the land as well as with all who share in the circle. 

Sound  attunement sessions may also be incorporated in into nature rediscovery workshops.

 

Restorative Practices 

We are committed to moving forward in the spirit of respect with all First Nation, Métis and Inuit people.

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