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  • Woodland Concerts 75 Woodland Rd Fairfax, CA 94930 United States (map)

We welcome you to an intimate SOLSTICE Sound Healing journey and house concert at the beautiful Woodland Concerts in Fairfax. It’s also Kat’s birthday, our most gracious and vibrant host!

Our evening will feature a soundscape of mantra, medicine melodies, Tibetan singing bowls, shruti, chacapa, gong, chimes, world, shamanic, and sound healing instruments. We'll use breathing practices to prepare the body, then invite deep listening, inner alignment, and insight through sound meditation. Sound immersion is a powerful form of meditation— opening us to new possibilities of rest, resilience, and life vision. Come be held in luminescence.

There will be floor space for lying down, seated meditation, couches, and chairs. Bring a yoga mat, blanket, meditation cushion... what will make you comfortable. Remember warm layers for when the body temperature drops during rest.

These sound meditations are designed to safely guide us in connecting with our deepest self. Sound coupled with engaged listening swiftly calms the mind and grounds the body. This restorative practice induces deep states of relaxation and circulates blocked energy. Lying down or comfortably seated, vibrations resonate our bodies and bring us into harmony.

The night will open with an optional potluck beginning at 6:30P.
Fill your belly and drop in with community!

Doors close at 7:45p for the Sound Healing Meditation.

Limited space in this beautiful, woodland setting.

Suggested donation $30. No one will be turned away. Give what you can and are inspired to offer.

Important PARKING and CARPOOL Info:

Please meet at Doc Edgar Park 33 Cascade Dr. Fairfax. There is parking all around there. Get in a car of 3-4 people and carpool up to the house.

75 Woodland ROAD, Fairfax, CA 94930 Please DO NOT park near fire hydrant, in neighbor's driveways or sticking out in the street. * There is very limited parking at house. Thank you!
Our neighbors will be grateful!

Sliding scale at door for those in need.