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Soundbath Meditation – Sun 7th Feb 2021 – Yoga Cycle Thebarton


Time & Location

Sun 7th Feb 2021, 3:00 pm – 5:00 pm at Yoga Cycle, 4/22 Ware Street, Thebarton SA 5031

Doors open at 2:45pm for a 3:00pm start, with approximate Soundbath finish 4:30/4:45pm — Followed by a light snack and tea after the session.


Tickets $35 each + Booking Fee

About the Event

Yoga Cycle Studio Presents Soundbath Meditation with Heather Frahn

A Soundbath Meditation with Heather Frahn is a deeply relaxing and restorative, sound and music based experience to therapeutically enhance mind, body and spiritual wellbeing. Like a “sonic hug” that gently wraps around you, Heather seamlessly weaves her soulful singing with therapeutic sound instruments creating a truly beautiful and immersive sound journey. Gift yourself ‘me time’, relaxation and inner nourishment through this sacred sound meditation. Following the Soundbath Meditation we will be offering a small snack and tea.

When booking please ensure you have read and understood the duty of care information below. Refunds will only be granted if cancellations are made and confirmed with more than 48 hours notice of the event.

Bring Your Own:

This session is best experienced laying down. Please bring your own floor mat/yoga mat, blanket, and pillows/cushions for your ultimate comfort laying for an extended period of time. If for any reason you’re unable to lay down, please let us know so we can provide you with a chair. You may like to BYO cushion and blanket for your comfort whilst sitting.


By attending and participating in this Soundbath Meditation it is assumed that you understand that if you are diagnosed with any of the following health conditions that a Soundbath may not be suitable for you without written consent from your medical professional. If any of the following conditions apply to you please discuss it with Kosta or Heather prior to attending the session: Epileptic seizures that are sound triggered; Any other seizures that are sound triggered; Mental health conditions including extreme paranoia, paranoid schizophrenia, bipolar disorder, advanced psychosis; If you are less than 3 months pregnant, and in your first trimester – (there is no evidence to suggest that Sound Therapy may harm an unborn child – this point is simply because Australian Professional Indemnity Insurance policy laws stipulate this clause).