HEALTH AND WELLNESS | MUSIC

Sound healing workshop slated in Hampden, sound bath in Blue Hill

Posted Oct. 15, 2013, at 12:31 p.m.

Saturday, Oct. 19, 2013 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.

Location: HeartStone House, 634 Meadow Road, Hampden, Maine

For more information: 441-2785

BLUE HILL and HAMPDEN–Vermont musician and sound healer Heidi Champney will present a Sacred Sound Practices workshop 10 a.m.-1 p.m. on Saturday, Oct. 19, at HeartStone House, 634 Meadow Road, Hampden.This peaceful, healing workshop is open to everyone, including singers and non-singers. Heidi believes that “Your singing voice is your birthright.”

This program is sponsored by Healing & Expressive Arts Retreats of Maine. Please call 441-2785, 374-2412, or e-mail eileen.mielenhausen@gmail.comfor more info or to register. Cost is $35 if you pre-register or $45 the day of the workshop.

Champney will also offer a “sound bath” session 7-8:30 p.m. on Friday, Oct. 18, at Ayushri Yoga, 15 Ellsworth Road, Blue Hill. Cost for that program is $20.

Heidi Champney is a lifelong musician and singer with a passion for helping people connect with the innate powers that can be accessed through the singing voice: self-expression, self-awareness, manifestation of intentions, moving and clearing emotions, and access to higher levels of consciousness. Her roots in the Quaker faith cultivated an early awareness of the sacred seed in all beings.She holds a BA in physics from Oberlin College, where she also studied violin, music theory, and music history. Her recent studies in sound healing with Zacciah Blackburn, music improvisation with David Darling, yoga with Deborah Felmeth, and voice with both Deborah Felmeth and Susan Borg have uniquely positioned her for this work.

Heidi also sings with Burlington, Vermont’s premiere Kirtan band, Yogi P and the Funky Shanti.

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