Himalayan Salt Room Sound Bath with Priscilla Gale
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Himalayan Salt Room Sound Bath with Priscilla Gale
Saturday, April 20, 2024, 03:00pm - 04:00pm
Session Time: 60 minutes
Ticket: $65
This Sound Bath integrates the ancient mineral healing practices of Hush's Himalayan Salt Room while resonating with healing vibrations for your mind, body and soul. Sound Baths have significant healing properties, bathing you in sound waves that help to manage anxiety and stress, soothe the nervous system and create calmness. The experience allows you to pause and naturally transform negative thoughts from your consciousness as you connect with healing vibrations for your mind, body and soul. You will leave feeling restored and revitalized.

Gale Priscilla

Priscilla Gale is a Reiki Master/Teacher of three traditions and holds Master Teacher and Practitioner certifications and in a variety of healing modalities, including, Crystal Singing Bowl Practitioner, Himalayan Singing Bowls Master Certification, a Reconnective Healing Practitioner, Magnified Healing Level III Practitioner, Access Consciousness Bars Practitioner, Medical Intuitive and Spiritual Counselor. She is also an ordained minister in the Universal Brotherhood Movement.

Ms. Gale travels extensively throughout the New England area, performing solo sound healing meditations, as well as in collaboration with other yoga teachers in a variety of practices and settings. She has presented at the Holistic Health Conference at Leslie University in Cambridge, MA and at Stamford’s Medical Group Integrative Medicine Department. She was the Featured Musical Artist performing Gongs and Himalayan Singing Bowls at the Natural Living Expo with over 300 participants. She leads meditations for cancer patients, their families and friends through Hartford Hospitals Integrative Medicine Department. In addition, Ms. Gale teaches Reiki Training Levels I, II, and III Master/Teacher classes through Hartford Hospital’s Integrative Medicine Department and in private practice. She has lectured and led meditations at St. Francis/Mt. Sinai Hospital in Hartford through the Good Works program and has led sound healing meditations at Concord Hospital’s Integrative Department in Concord, NH. Her article entitled, “Healing Through Singing Bowls with Reiki” was published in Health & Wellness, Stonehenge Press in Massachusetts, and in Natural Nutmeg, CT. She has also recorded and released seven Sound Healing CD’s.

Ms. Gale is herself a recipient of the powerful healing capabilities of sound vibration having beaten and survived cancer without the need for chemotherapy or any other treatments, baffling doctors and surgeons alike.

A graduate of the Juilliard School of Music and the Cleveland Institute of Music, Ms. Gale retired from a 30-year distinguished operatic career throughout the United States and Europe, to focus on teaching and studying holistic healing arts. Currently, and for the past 29 years, she has been on the music faculty of Wesleyan University, Middletown, CT, where she also instructed the Opera/Oratorio Ensemble workshop for 11 years, mounting the first opera production in the history of the University. She also maintains a private voice and piano studio in her home in Stow, Massachusetts.