Autumn Classes Begin at Angel Light’s School of Sound and Healing
Angel Light Center for the Healing Arts, a resource for health, healing and spiritual development, begins its School of Sound and Healing fall certification program on October 6 through 8, in Elm Grove. The classes meet one weekend per month and conclude in March 2018. Students will be taught by 14 experienced music and sound instructors on how sound affects human beings physiologically, psychologically, emotionally and spiritually.
Class participants will learn tuning forks, Himalayan and crystal singing bowls, drums, vocal toning, chants, healing rituals, whistling vessels, gongs, pulsed electromagnetic field (PEMF), low-level laser therapy, and light and color frequency healing. The School of Sound and Healing was established in 2015 and provides a comprehensive curriculum designed with the input and talents of Wisconsin’s most experienced sound healers.
Location: 13300 Watertown Plank Rd., Elm Grove. For more information, call 262-787-3001 or visit AngelLightLLC.com/cdSound.htm.
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