DATE CHANGE - 1/21/17: Sound Bath experience with Daniella White, Daniel Blue, Luk Will - Bloedel Hall at St Marks
|Sales have ended for this event. Tickets may still be available at the door.|
We have about 20 "standing room" spots left for tickets at the door. For those buying at the door, please setup your yoga mat towards the back of the room. It won't actually be standing room.
DATE CHANGE DUE TO ILLNESS, Now on 1/21/17
NOTE: This show is NOT at Fremont Abbey, it is at St Mark's Cathedral on Capitol Hill - around back at Bloedel Hall, 1245 10th Ave E. Plenty of free parking onsite.
*TICKETS AT THE DOOR*
Note: We have about 20 "standing room" spots left for tickets at the door. For those buying at the door, please setup your yoga mat towards the back of the room. It won't actually be standing room but it's difficult to estimate how much room advance ticket buyers will need. Thank you for understanding.
1/21/17: Sound Bath experience with Daniella White, Daniel Blue, Luk Will
Note: 7:30 event start, 7:00 Doors open
Please try to arrive before 7:30 if at all possible.
Bring your own yoga mat or soft blanket to lay down on. Pillows or cushions also a good idea.
Tea will be available for donation.
All ages, very quiet event.
No cameras or phones please.
All digital devices must be turned off or to completely silent (no vibrate).
Volunteer info: www.fremontabbey.org/volunteer
Arts Connect info (for nonprofit workers): www.fremontabbey.org/artsconnect
Tickets: $20 student advance, $25 general advance, $30 week of show/door (all)
Bloedel Hall - around back
@ Saint Mark's Episcopal Cathedral
1245 10th Ave East on Capitol Hill
Free parking lot on site
Due to illness, the Sound Bath event that was set for 1/7/17 at Bloedel Hall St Marks has been rescheduled to Saturday 1/21/17 with the same time and location.
All purchased tickets will be honored at the new date.
thank you for understanding,
From the artists: "Come try a brand new chill-out music experience. Have a cup of steaming herbal tea goodness, bring your yoga mat, lay down or lean on a pillow and let yourself be taken away on a healing journey with songs by Luk Will and Daniel Blue specially selected to blend with the meditation inducing and transportive sounds of Daniella White's rock-star-approved "sound bath".
(No yoga poses required)
A sound bath is an improvised concert played with the intent of releasing energy that is no longer serving you, and shifting to a more positive and relaxed state of being. Participants usually lie in a comfortable position on the floor (in savasana). Daniella plays the crystal bowls and gongs, accompanied by shamanic vocal toning. During the savasana you will be bathed in healing vibrations that will help you achieve deep states of relaxation, where healing can take place.
'I've attended two of Daniella's baths and had several personal sessions. There's something especially magical about the way she understands and organizes sound waves with human consciousness. I always walk away a different person with more clarity and hope and courage to face the "noise" of modern chaos. I've begun to study and participate with Daniella in baths because as a musician, I find sound healing absolutely fascinating, and I find it nearly impossible not asking if I can play along. Luk and I have had many sessions of meditative sound collaboration on more traditional rock instruments and a shared dream of developing a healing/spirituality based project to take on the road. When he appeared back from Montana with a freshly recorded solo album asking for shows, Daniella and I were in the process of carefully adding soft bass and drums to her traditional bowl and gong ceremony. I quickly realized that the three of us could put on one crazy magical show.'
- Daniel Blue
ABOUT ABBEY ARTS:
Abbey Arts is a Seattle nonprofit curating welcoming arts & cultural experiences for people of all ages & incomes. Music, literary, visual, dance, storytelling, and more. Nonprofit 501c3, non-religious events & programs. Since 2005.
Home venue: Fremont Abbey Arts Center, 4272 Fremont Ave North, Seattle
and the new Ballard Homestead, 6541 Jones Ave NW, Seattle
||Abbey Arts @ St Mark's Cathedral|
1245 10th Avenue East
Seattle, WA 98102
|First: ||Saturday Jan 21, 2017 7:30 PM|
|Last: ||Monday Mar 20, 2017 10:00 PM|