By The Butterfly Wheel
Using song, sound and sanctuary within the candlelit church, we invite you to an evening of sound travel and deep meditation. Soundscapes are created by using Native American flute, Chimes, Harmonium, Vocals, Harmonies, Shamanic Drums and Percussion.
By relaxing the body and allowing the mind to be carried through various harmonious sounds and frequencies we can then begin to calm the nervous system and be present in our parasympathetic system, this is where we can be in our hearts space and begin a deeper, calmer state of being. This can benefit body and mind and return us to a more natural state of being. beta
We will collectively create an intention and prayer and use the sound scape as a tool to bring our intention to light, entwined with the collective intention of exploring our inner sound scape and a moment to meet with our intrinsic rhythms wisdom.
Who is leading and Facilitating?
The Butterfly wheel- Creative workshop facilitators, event curators and Musicians.
Imogen Bliss - Qualified sound therapist, musician, workshop facilitator.
Matthew Jorge Brock- Sound bath practitioner and multi instrumentalist.
What to Bring:
Bring a blanket, plus your own yoga or sleeping mat.
Wear layered comfortable clothing, so you can get your temperature right and be relaxed.
Eye masks are also useful if you would like to bring one
Please feel free to lie down or to sit as it is your journey. Move on your matt if you feel to stretch or move to the music, be aware of others.
Doors open at 6:30pm please come into the church and set up your matt and blanket in preparation for a 7:00pm start.
The sound Immersion will be a two hour session ending at 9:00pm.
Tickets £13 (PRE BOOK ONLY)
Saturday 27th July @ 6pm - 8:30pm
Heath St Baptist church
84 Heath Street, Hampstead, London NW3 1DN
Hampstead Tube station Northern line
HOW TO GET TO US:
Heath Street Baptist Church is a very short walk from Hampstead tube station, which in tun is around 20 minutes from central London on the Edgware Branch of the Northern Line. If you are on the Jubilee Line, get off at Swiss Cottage and take the 46 bus (or in heavy traffic, a fifteen minute walk) up to the church via Fitzjohn’s Avenue.
The 46 bus stops at Hampstead tube station. The 268 runs from Finchley Road O2 centre or from Golders Green, also stopping at Hampstead tube station. Use citymapper to plan a route from where you are.
Visitors can reach Hampstead Heath overground station on the North London Line (Richmond to Stratford). The overground station is situated on South End Road, a fifteen minute walk from the church.
There is bike-friendly access to Hampstead via the London Overground to Hampstead Heath station. For information about cycling in London, visit Transport for London. you’ll need plenty of energy to take on the hills.
Pay & Display parking is limited in Hampstead. Parking in Pay & Display spaces is free after 6pm and all day on Sundays. Resident bays are free to visitors after 8pm and all day on Sundays. In all cases please be careful to check any restrictions when you park. There are several websites to help you find parking: try: Parkopedia - Hampstead.