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Sound Healing Ceremony: Support the Brosnan Family


This sound Healing is be offered to support a family who is part of the Pandora Healing Community. The Brosnan Family, Danny and Elizabeth have been apart of the community since we first open. Danny was diagnosed with cancer several months ago and as a result he has been able to work. We are raising money for him in order to help them financially. The have reoccurring medical bills and life expenses and are in need of help. All proceeds for this event will go to the Brosnan to help support them in this time of need. There is no suggested donation, our hope is to raise $1000.00.

Jason Wood, founder of Pandora Healing, will be offering an evening of healing through the use of sound and nature-based traditions. Jason blends the use of rattles, drums, gongs, crystal & Tibetan bowls, as well as healing songs to help produce a state of deep relaxation and healing.

Sound has the wonderful ability to help our bodies relax and let go. As we let go, our bodies begin to settle into its own natural state which allows for a space of healing and the release of old belief structures. When we are able to release old belief structures we begin to realize our true nature and we discover a world that is filled with abundance and joy.

"Sound can redress imbalances on every level of physiologic functioning and can play a positive role in the treatment of virtually any medical disorder." - Dr. Mitchell Gaynor, Director of Medical Oncology and Integrative Medicine at Strang-Cornell Cancer Prevention Center.

Chairs and yoga mats are provided, but we strongly recommend bringing your own yoga mat or blanket to sit on, as these events tend to draw a large crowd.

Doors open at 7:30, ceremony begins at 8:00 pm.

Preregistration is not required for this event

Contributions are welcome even if you cannot attend the ceremony.

Please call 201-527-8668 if you would like donate but are unable to attend.

Thank you!!!!!!!!

Later Event: February 16
Reiki Level 2 with Jason Wood