december, 2019

21dec6:30 pm8:00 pmWinter Solstice RejuvenationMaui Sound HealingGecko Guide:Alternative Health & Wellness

Event Details

Saturday Dec. 21  at 6:30 PM – 8 PM

Heritage Hall- 401 Baldwin Avenue  Paia, HI 96779

Please bring a mat and blanket (few mats available)

This is no ordinary sound healing!

Maui Sound Healing Winter Solstice Rejuvenation is a very special night of breath work, kirtan and sound healing. Daniel Paul is a long time student of Ali Akbar Khan and has played with top kirtaniyas including Jai Uttal, Gina Sala, Jaya Laksmi and so many more. Daniels deep understanding of raga and years of training reflect in his ability to support and serve the mood of bhakti. Adesh Khalsa, founder of Kundiyasa Yoga, is an accomplished sound healing practitioner and teacher of her own style of breath work. Her particular style of breath work prepares the listener for a deep and personal experience. Rasa Priya a student of multiple disciplines of sacred sound cultivation for more than 30 years, including raga, kirtan, Native American chants, mantra, binaural beats, and shamanic channeling brings a unique skill set to the experience. Andrea Walls, Udaya Bryce, Sarah Sparkles are all students of North Indian classical music, raga, and practitioners of kirtan in the mood of devotion. Forest Hada, has his roots in Hawaiian culture and adds the tribal elements of didgeridoo to the experience. This combination of kirtan, North Indian classical raga, mantra, breath work, world instruments, Native American chanting, and shamanic channeling create a truly unique experience.

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Welcome to Maui Sound Healing with Rasa Priya and Sacred Sound Alchemy with special guest and world class tabla player Daniel Paul. The winter solstice celebrates the longest hours of darkness or the rebirth of the sun and is believed to hold a powerful energy for regeneration, renewal and self-reflection.
Experience a unique of divine sound designed to restore balance and awaken what’s inside of you.

The evening begins with a musical offering with North Indian classical musician Daniel Paul with Rasa Priya on sarod. We will also explore interactive mantra chanting known as kirtan. Rooted in Vedic tradition, kirtan is a call-and-response style song or chant, set to music. It is designed to promote an individual’s journey towards self awareness. A collection of unique and experienced musicians share their talents showcasing instruments including sarod, tabla, tanpura, guitar, harmonium, gongs, didgeridoo and crystal bowls. The evening then transforms into a deep relaxing and meditative adventure through sound healing (sound bath). Sound healing is one of the oldest and most natural forms of healing known to man. Cultures from around the world use the power of sound to restore one’s mind, body and spirit back to a state of balance. The harmonic vibrations from the instruments have a deep penetrating effect on the receiver, promoting wellness and spiritual growth. Many listeners fall into a state of deep relaxation and meditation with no prior experience. The transcendental sounds act to reduce and eliminate mind chatter, leading to a release of deep rooted tensions and emotional blocks. People often emerge from the experience feeling lighter, balanced and rejuvenated.

“Realm of Dreams”
Invocation- Honoring the spiritual teachers, guides, ancestors
Raga- North Indian Classical- invokes emotions related to spirit
Native American- sacred drumming and Lakota chants invoking spirit animal guides
Shamanic- deep into the shadows, exploring parts hidden away (done with protection, sage, mantras)
Gongs- personal journey, what wants to be revealed, beyond words and very individual
Heavenly- back into the light, back to heart
Closing song- We Are One

Binaural beats
Hemen sarod
Martin acoustic guitar
Crystal bowls
Riki Ram Tanpura
Om Wands
Shaman medicine drum
Korg synthesizer
Dun drum
Native American flute
NVS cello
Full set of crystal singing bowls
Koji chimes
Water phone
Planetary gongs (Sun, Jupiter, Mercury frequencies)
Octagon medicine drum
Hand Pan
Native American chants
Sanskrit Chants
Bija mantras

Please make sure to bring a blanket or yoga mat (or both) to use for a cushion beneath you when you lie down. As your body temperatures can drop when experiencing relaxation we recommended that you bring an extra shawl or blanket to cover yourself. We want you to stay warm and comfortable! A pillow for your head or under your knees, a covering for your eyes and a water bottle are additional items that can support your comfort.

Comfortable clothing with layers that can provide warmth as needed.

$20 cash- No credit cards (unless you purchase tickets through eventbrite)


(Saturday) 6:30 pm - 8:00 pm