Restoration, Gong Bath and Healing Thai Work

Friday, September 29th 7-9pm

The evening of Friday, September 29th, Kenny Kolter and Ali Nohinek are getting together to create the space for a powerful healing opportunity.  Kenny Kolter is a well known sound therapists and has led more than 1,400 sound therapy sessions.  Read more about Kenny below. 

The restorative yoga class will be guided by Ali as Kenny plays an array of singing bowls and the gong. After about an hour of restorative yoga, you will then set up for an hour of being bathed by the sounds of the gong. Each student will get individualized thai body work from Ali during this time while you are in a laying position. This gentle touch will help to facilitate and deepen the experience of healing that the sound will be working to invoke.

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Early Bird Pricing $40.00

$45.00 Pay at Door

Kenny Kolter has facilitated in excess of 1,400 Sound Therapy workshops throughout the country over the last nine years.  Kenny incorporates the use of gongs, drums, rattles, Tibetan bowls, chimes and various other instruments to widespread critical acclaim. His unique work is focused on providing participants a chance to escape the daily grind; meditate/pray, simply rest or go within.

Kenny is one of only a handful of sound therapists worldwide to play the gong in a therapeutic environment for patients in a clinical setting. Kenny received two consecutive contracts with the state of Illinois to provide sound/vibrational awareness sessions on a weekly basis at the state of Illinois’ largest mental health facility in Elgin, IL. Kenny has a six year relationship with Cancer Treatment Centers of America and has played at numerous cancer care & hospice facilities as well as outpatient behavioral health centers, universities and even a federal prison. 

He was recently featured in The Dallas Morning News, Natural Awakenings - Dallas magazine, Chicago area magazine Conscious Choice and also on WFAA-TV's Wellness Wednesday segment. He is also a contributing writer for Dallas Yoga Magazine.