w/Bethany Webb & Kenny Kolter
@Move Studio in Dallas, TX
Thursday, November 9th, 6:30-8:30pm
$40 in advance, $50 at the door
Immerse yourself in the healing vibes of Kenny’s gong meditation as Bethany guides you through a gentle yoga flow to open your mind, body, & heart. Through inquiry, become aware of the mental chatter that shapes your experience of yourself and the world around you. Who would you be without your thoughts? Present, connected, curious, and at peace. The last 30 minutes will be dedicated to nurturing you with Thai yoga massage (a serious talent of Bethany’s!) while Kenny fills the room with harmonic vibrations created by gongs, drums, rattles, Tibetan bowls, chimes, & more.
About Bethany: Bethany is a Yoga Therapist & Certified Facilitator for The Work of Byron Katie offering private sessions, workshops, & retreats. She creatively blends yoga, inquiry, body sensing, meditation, & Thai massage, in order to awaken the presence of inner peace & joy that lives within all of us. Her daily practice continues to provide a compassionate inner support system, especially during her recent journey healing breast cancer. Bethany had the honor of meeting Kenny while in cancer treatment ~ through private sessions, she experienced the powerful impact of sound healing and she is thrilled to now join creative forces with Kenny in Dallas and beyond.
About Kenny: Kenny has facilitated in excess of 1,400 Sound Therapy Workshops throughout the country over the last eight years. His unique work is focused on providing participants a chance to escape the daily grind, meditate/pray, simply rest, or go within. Kenny is one of only a handful of sound therapists worldwide to play the gong in a therapeutic environment for patients in a clinical setting. He has shared his musical gift of gong meditation & drum circles in many yoga studios, cancer centers, mental health facilities, & prisons. He was recently featured in The Dallas Morning News, Natural Awakenings ~ Dallas magazine, Chicago area magazine Conscious Choice and also on WFAA-TV’s Wellness Wednesday segment.