RHYTHM THRIVE! EXER THRIVE!
Meditate today. Reflect on the past, ground oneself in the present, look to the future.
Join us! EVERY THURSDAY EVENING 5:30-6:30pm
Sound Meditation & Reiki Restoration
Incorporate a new approach for your mind and body. Reflections and You Can Thrive! have partnered with a evolutionary approach by creating a therapeutic sound and reiki restorative class exclusively for cancer survivors. Each week you can bring one friend and join us for a "massage for your brain". You will LOVE this!
Place: Reflections Center
227 East 24th Street
(Between 2nd & 3rd Avenue) New York City MAP IT
EVERY WEEK Excluding Holidays
Cost: Free, but please register online (if you are a current Thriver)
Contact the YCT office with any questions or concerns by calling 917-463-4267 or emailing email@example.com
Incorporating ancient healing sounds of the live gong, tuning forks, voice and other instruments can create deep meditative brainwave states. Combined with Reiki and Therapeutic Scents, this hour long Thursday series will leave you feeling relaxed and empowered through meditative postures, while leaving your vibrational energy charged and aligned. It's like a massage for your brain! Grab a friend and don't miss it!
*Active members are also able to attend other classes at Reflections for free and gain access to our other supportive services. Explore our Rhythm Thrive program to learn more, and sign up today.
*Please be advised that there are stairs.
MJ, Therapeutic Sound & Gong Practitioner
Michael Jay has trained extensively in the healing arts. He is dedicated to helping others thrive through both his private wellness practice and volunteer work. Recently he has reinvigorated his commitment to using sound for its immense healing power and has been studying with and assisting the Grand Gong Master Don Conreaux, in his N.Y. workshops. He has studied shiatsu with Ohashi, tuning forks in the Acutonics system and other healing modalities including EFT and Reiki. He studied health coaching at IIN (Institute for Integrative Nutrition) and completed their program in 2012.
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