Didgeridoo Sound Therapy and Meditation ~ Embracing the Power of Mind-Body Connection ~

This workshops covers the power and importance of the mind/body connection.  It will be held at Sohum Yoga and Meditation Studio on Sunday, May 4th from 1030am to 1230pm.  Register at www.SOHUM.org by April 27 to get early bird price.  Email Info@Sohum.org.  Tel: 508-329-3338

Participants take a look at the effects of the Western lifestyle and how it impairs the mind/body connection from occurring effectively or in some cases at all. Discover the impact of stored negative emotion and energetic stagnation and how various blockages in different regions of the energetic and physical bodies can lead to specific illnesses.

Workshop Topics:

History of Mind Body Medicine
Examples of "Mind/Will Power" to Heal the Body
The Placebo

The conclusion of the workshop will cover the importance of regular meditative practices and how to use meditation as a manifestation tool for stagnation release and the maintenance of optimal health. The group will participate in a 45 minute didgeridoo journey with time to discuss and share experiences.


Joseph Carringer is a professional didgeridoo musician and sound therapist. In his sound therapy practice he uses only concert class didgeridoos, combining Traditional Chinese Medicine meridian and organ theory with Ayurvedic Chakra philosophies creating a unique and powerful therapeutic sound healing experience. Joseph has been playing an Australian Aboriginal didgeridoo for over 15 years, using it as a deep meditative tool in his personal shamanic journey as well as a therapeutic instrument for his clients.

Joseph presents and performs both nationally and internationally on the effects of didgeridoo sound therapy for the purposes of clearing energetic and emotional stagnation within the energetic body to wellness and healthy life style seekers, as well as to medical and holistic professionals.     www.DidgeTherapy.com 

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