Frequency Fridays at the Elliot Museum in Stuart
Deena Rahill is a Certified Sound Practitioner, member of the Sound Healing Association, and owner of Hi Mindfulness Forums. She has been fine-tuning her craft for many years, resulting in sessions that are a unique experience for each participant.
Using crystal singing bowls, chimes, gongs, and other ancient sound instruments, Rahill assists participants in shifting their bodies’ energies to a higher, healthier frequency. “I’ve been offering vibrational sound baths at the Elliot Museum on Tuesdays and Sundays for quite some time now,” explains Rahill. “This past July, despite being the Treasure Coast’s usual ‘off season’, it became apparent that I needed to add an additional weekly session to ensure everyone has plenty of space to relax into.”
Rahill shares that sound therapy has ancient roots across the globe and in diverse cultures. “In Australia, for example, aboriginal tribes have used the didgeridoo as a sound healing instrument for over 40,000 years.
The weekly sessions are to encourage a downshift of the nervous system leaving participants relaxed with an overall feeling of contentment and eventually harmony, through a retuning of each individual’s natural frequency.
Frequency Friday sessions are offered from 1 to 2:15 p.m. To view the calendar or book online, visit SoundVibration.net. For more information on individual or group sessions, call 786-488-7782. Sessions are held in the Elliott Museum, 825 NE Ocean Blvd, Stuart.