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Spring Blooms with Good Vibrations at Tierra Santa


Spring is a time for clearing space for new beginnings. This March, Tierra Santa Healing House plays host a wide array of workshops and classes from color courses and feng shui to yoga and Pranic Healing.

Our intention is to offer a diverse range of workshops and healing modalities in order to heal as many people as possible.

—Spa Director Agustina Caminos.

During a full-moon meditation on March 19, psychotherapist Inessa Freylekhman will offer guidance on how to make room for unlimited possibilities using feng shui, a 5,000-year-old Chinese practice that employs energy forces to harmonize individuals with their environments.

Diving deeper into energy medicine, Caminos will lead a two-day Basic Pranic Healing Course on March 23-24. Guests will learn the intricate anatomy of energy fields to accelerate healing, improve interpersonal relationships and maintain a positive state of mental well-being.

Additionally, weekly Hatha and weekend Vinyasa yoga classes are offered at 10 am each morning, while daily Twin Hearts meditations release negative emotions and foster a greater sense of self-awareness and mental clarity.

Good Vibrations

Singing bowls have been used for millennia to restore harmony on the subtlest physical, psychological, and energetic levels of being.

Guests can experience sound therapy through a variety of body treatments and experiences at Tierra Santa Healing House, including the spa’s signature Tree of Life Vibrations, a healing ritual that combines aromatherapy, massage, and sound healing using Tibetan singing bowls. When played, the bronze bowls produce delicate to full-bodied sounds that harmonize broken frequencies in the mind, body, and spirit.

Sound therapy shifts brain waves into an alpha or theta state to activate the body’s regenerative pathways and heal on a cellular level

— Spa Director Agustina Caminos.

The bowls are also applied to gently warm and soothe the lower back, slowly diffusing its vibrations to release deep-seated tension. Traditionally used in Himalayan monasteries, Buddhist monks played the mystical bowls during sacred rituals and meditative practices to focus their minds and aid inner peace. The same still holds true today for the listener as well as the player, who is likely to experience a stabilizing effect as the left and right sides of the brain synchronize with one another. Caminos recommends playing singing bowls at home to move stagnant chi and soothe both mind and soul.