Now at Lake Walensee in English! Enjoy a rejuvenating Vibratuning sound experience! While you relax on a mat, sound therapist Christine Grimm will enchant you with a gentle but profound sound landscape. You will experience a very deep state of relaxation with singing bowls and tuning forks like the Om, Otto, Solar Harmonics, and Solfeggios. If you like, your chakras (energy centres) can be activated with the body tuners and singing bowls. The focus of this special sound bath will be releasing blocked energy with the gong, drum, and other percussion instruments.
These wonderful vibrations transform blocks and harmonize your frequencies. You feel better grounded, more balanced, and attuned. Your powers of self-healing are activated and your sense an inner peace.
Everyone is welcome! You can register in advance through PayPal or Twint for CHF 35 or pay CHF 40 at the door (if there's space). If fewer than 4 people register at least 24 hours in advance, the event will be cancelled and you'll get a refund.
Please bring your own mat and blanket. We will follow the Covid-19 regulations and have a large room downstairs at the hotel so there's space for distancing with a max. of 10 participants.
These Sound Baths take place on one Thursday per month in English. See website for other dates in Zurich (English) and Canton St. Gallen (German).
More information about sound therapy with Christine M. Grimm at www.vibratuning.com (http://www.vibratuning.com/).
It is true, the news at the moment is a bit dreary but laughter is always the best medicine and, thankfully, you can head down to the Comedy Haus to enjoy some stand up comedy in English ! The headliner this time out is Peter Flanagan , a comedian who has taken the British comedy scene by storm and has performed all over the world. Hit the button to check him out.
I've just been refused entry to a cafe in Zurich because their Vaccine app doesn't recognise my UK vaccination certificate.
The owners of the app tell me there are no plans to fix this.
Has anyone else had this problem?
Does anyone have any suggestions?