Tibetan Bowl Meditation at The Castle on First
Lay back and bathe in healing vibrations as guest teacher Stefanie Waswick plays her singing bowls.
Many cultures recognize the importance of music and sound as healing power. In the ancient civilizations of India, the Orient, Africa, Europe, and Native Americans, the practice of using sound to heal and achieve balance from within has existed for years. The Tibetans use bells, chimes, bowls and chanting as the foundation for their spiritual practice. In Bali, Indonesia, the echoing, gamelong, gong and drum are used in ceremonies to uplift and send messages.
The Australian aboriginals and native shamanists use vocal toning and repetitive sound vibration with instruments created from nature in sacred ceremony to adjust any imbalance of spirit.
Fernie born and raised Stefanie Waswick, will be returning to our mountain town to being a beautiful offering of Tibetan bowl mediation. Stefanie Waswick, born and raised in Fernie BC., traveled extensively through South East Asia where she discovered the power of meditation with Tibetan Bowls. It was through this profound experience that she chose to study Tibetan Bowl healing therapies in Kathmandu, Nepal. Stefanie is currently living in Invermere BC. and passionately shares this healing art with the Kootenay community.