Lake District Music – Sonic Sound Baths with Allan Harry

The Yan, Grizedale
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Son of Dalton born pianist Hubert Harry, Allan Harry is a Sound Healing practitioner with training in sound massage and integral gong-playing. He conducts regular sound baths and fully immersive sonic experiences to sooth the mind.

Allan will lead these sound-coaching sessions exploring methods of sound healing, sound therapy, and the art of deep listening.

02 August 2024 10:00 / 11:30 / 13:30

  • Please bring your own yoga mat, towel or blanket.
  • Duration: 65 mins (approx.)
  • Tickets: £12 adults; £4 children
  • Family of 4 (based on 2 adults 2 children) £26
The Yan, Grizedale

2nd August 2024


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