Sound Healing Vyola Myst and Singing Bowls

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Sound Healing Vyola Myst and Singing Bowls

Time: June 25, 2014 from 7pm to 9pm
Location: Goddess Temple behind Jackson Wellsprings
City/Town: Ashland
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Phone: 541-414-3113
Event Type: sound, healing
Organized By: Debra Sterling
Latest Activity: Jun 25, 2014

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Wednesday Sound Healing at the Goddess Temple of Ashland June 25, 2014

Vyola Myst (Aka Michelle Herrera Foster Ph.D) is with us , for a short while before going back to Costa Rica. William Bagley and Debra Sterling will be accompanying her on singing Bowls. Her haunting and graceful music can carry you away. She " is a spiritual counselor and channeler, Reiki master, Avatar Wizard, violist, sound healer, and Music Priestess. She sings and plays viola in sacred music and sound healing ensembles. Having written a book about her spiritual evolution as a channeler since the passing of her indigo son Jason in 2009, Vyola is called to assist others in healing and in manifesting what we want to create in our lives." Also see

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