Theta Drum Journey & Sound Bath with Phoenix Song



July 30, 2024    
7:30 pm - 9:00 pm


The Center SF
548 Fillmore Street, San Francisco, California, 94117

Event Type

Embark on an otherworldly journey through a Therapeutic Sound Bath in the tranquil Redwood Grove of Golden Gate Park. This immersive experience, designed to open hearts and quiet busy minds, invites participants to connect with their power animals, spirit, and ancestral guides, tapping into a non-ordinary state of consciousness.

Preparation and Practices:

Begin by immersing yourself in various sound healing practices such as mantra, chanting, singing, and the didgeridoo. These ancient techniques help quiet the mind and open the heart, setting the stage for deep inner exploration.

The Healing Power of Sound:

The universe vibrates with sound, and so do our bodies. Every cell, organ, and system creates a symphony that often goes unheard. This sound bath helps retune our bodies to optimal frequencies, starting with an active chakra sound and movement meditation. This practice aligns and centers our energy, fostering a deeper connection with our bodies.

Following this, participants will chant sacred mantras and sing world spirit songs, promoting well-being through the release of dopamine, endorphins, and oxytocin.

Didgeridoo and Dreamtime:

The didgeridoo, used by Australian indigenous peoples to tell the story of their dreamtime or creation, plays a central role in this sound bath. Its powerful sound waves can dislodge energy blocks, guiding participants into a dream-like trance state. Individual sound healings will also be offered.

Buffalo Drumming and Non-Ordinary Consciousness:

Heart-opening practices culminate in Native buffalo drumming, where participants can enter a non-ordinary state of consciousness. Here, you will meet your guides and receive messages and answers to your questions. Partner and small group shares will help clarify intentions and integrate experiences.

Workshop Details:

This workshop welcomes participants of all experience levels, from beginners to seasoned practitioners. Comfortable clothing is recommended, and attendees should bring a blanket or warm clothes and a yoga mat. Limited yoga props, such as mats and blankets, are available for use. Bringing water is also advised.

About Phoenix Song:

Phoenix Song, featured in San Francisco Magazine’s Best of the Bay for yoga music, has extensive training in Somatic Voicework and is a Tamalpa Associate Teacher of Expressive Arts. Phoenix has performed and taught at notable venues such as Wanderlust, Esalen, the Yoga Journal Conference, Grace Cathedral, UC Berkeley, and Santa Cruz, as well as at festivals and retreats worldwide.

Phoenix’s musical expertise spans Western and Indian classical music, and they play instruments including the didgeridoo, djembe, Arabic tambourine, esraj, and harmonium. Known for their passionate and heartfelt music, Phoenix specializes in world fusion music and delights in freeing people’s voices, rhythms, and lives.

They offer private and group classes in freeing the voice, grief medicine rituals, ancestral healing classes, shamanic journeys, and sound baths. Phoenix’s latest album, “Serendip,” is now available.

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