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Sacred Sound Journey

Wednesday, February 19 @ 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm

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Location

Practice Yoga Church

414 West Johanna Street

Austin, TX 78704, US

Parking Info

There is ample street parking near the church. If you park on Johanna Street, please park in the first stretch of parking in front of the businesses (immediately after you turn off of South 1st St). You can also park on any other street or block.

Please do not park in front of the church or in front of residential houses on Johanna Street.

 

Description

Pre-registration required.

Join us for a Sacred Song & Drum Journey, a collaborative event brought to you by local sound artisans.

A soul’s journey told through music…

We’ll begin the evening with a Cacao ceremony to open your hearts and create a clear channel to receive. You’ll then be guided through a musical journey which will include a variety of beautiful soul songs and soundscapes including vocals, drums, didgeridoo, and quartz crystal and Tibetan bowls.

 

ABOUT THE CO-FACILITATORS

Haley Harkin is a local to the sweet home of Austin, Texas. Surrounded by music most her life, her roots are in Folk music, with some experimental touches. Her lyrics express her love for nature, humanity and her desire to make change. Sit down relax and let her music wash over you. Haley released her first album, Alchemy Within, in 2017. Her second album, Rooted is out now!

Marlena Jarjourna started writing songs when she was 8 years old and while her music has gathered maturity and smoothness in rhythm and melody, the words that poured from her heart have stayed true since the beginning. She sees her songs as medicine songs, caressing ears and soothing hearts with powerful, deeply healing messages that are most always in alignment with issues and truths so rooted in most of us that whoever hears them finds a point of relation.

Markbob Babaji was raised as a drummer/percussionist and has vast musical interests and influences. His masterful yet simplistic skill has since been showcased with over a hundred Kirtan artists at numerous events and festivals. In March 2007 his life was forever changed when he heard and felt the magical vibrations of a didgeridoo for the first time in person. This instrument became a close friend and teacher, sharing the ancient wisdom of the Aborigine Masters. After hand crafting a couple hundred giant-timber bamboo didgeridoos, Markbob now enjoys spreading the good vibes as a sound healer at various yoga classes, ecstatic dances, cacao ceremonies, Kirtans, and festivals around the world.

Erinda Martin is a Yoga teacher, mindfulness practitioner and sound healing meditation facilitator. During her sound baths she combines harmonic sounds from Quartz crystal and Tibetan singing bowls with various shamanic instruments to create a meditative journey within, helping to relax the body and quiet the mind, while experiencing peaceful frequencies of high vibrations as a pathway to connect with the soul.

 

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Details

Date:
Wednesday, February 19
Time:
7:00 pm - 9:00 pm

Venue

414 Johanna St W
414 Johanna St W
Austin, TX 78704 United States

Organizer

Practice Yoga Austin
Email:
info@practiceyogaaustin.com
Website:
https://www.practiceyogaaustin.com