This healing is SO NEEDED right now.
If you're feeling uncertain, overwhelmed, like you need to step off the world for a minute so you can catch your breath, then this healing is for you.
You don't need to be spiritual to appreciate this amazing experience.
On the physiological level, conscious breathing causes neurological changes in your brain by taking you out of your 'thinking mind' and into your more primal 'being mind'. If you just want to flush toxins out of your body and experience a shift in consciousness, then this is for you.
If you want to go deeper and process trauma, unlock stuck emotions and get deeper to know the essence of your self and what you really are, this is for you.
And now we get to the sound healing.
Let our expert guide Shelley take you on an exquisite journey of frequencies, bathing your senses, cells and nervous system and sending healing and wisdom to the deepest parts of you.
This is transformational stuff.
Tickets $30. Book through Eventfinda link:
Limited door sales.
- Yoga mat
- Warm clothes
- Open heart and mind
You will not regret it. This is what you've been looking for
Breathwork and Sound Bath Healing Journey
The Ponsonby Sunday Comedy Showcase continues in 2023!
Fresh live comedy continues at Revelry, now on Wednesday nights from 7:30 pm! Revelry has hosted some of the best comedy in town for years now, we're not stopping any time soon!
Come and experience the best street kai popping up in the heart of Auckland City, Takutai Square, Britomart.
The Foodie Line Up:
Check out the Facebook Event Pages for all the vendors & up to date information!
Food Truck Wednesdays is held every Wednesday in Britomart!
Three day, two nights.
An awe-inspiring journey. Disconnect from the busy world for a while and re-connect with nature as we explore the Hauraki Gulf and it’s incredibly diverse islands.
With scaffolding and grids, sculptural walls, co-opted domestic furniture and gold-leaf speckled flooring, Walls to Live Beside, Rooms to Own offers encounters of playful surprise and thoughtful questioning.
Jointly developed by Auckland Art Gallery Toi o Tāmaki and Te Papa, Robin White: Te Whanaketanga | Something is Happening Here is a retrospective exhibition of work by contemporary Aotearoa artist Dame Robin White (Ngāti Awa, Pāhekā).