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Ancient Sounds and Light Immersion: Food for the Heart & Soul

  • Whidbey Island Center for the Arts: Zech Hall 565 Camano Avenue Langley, WA, 98260 United States (map)

Join Barb Nichols & René Jenkins for a mesmerizing, magical evening of sound & visual enchantment. Using ritual flutes, ocarinas of the Americas, Tibetan singing bowls, gong, didgeridoo, drums, shamanic world percussion and more, they will guide you on a meditative, musical journey through multiple, mystical soundscapes in nature.  You’ll find yourself riding on beautiful & haunting sounds, tones, and melodies that delight and feed your soul, as you pass through alluring, visual scenes of this world and beyond…

A very special, transformative and magical evening you will always remember!

René Jenkins is a Ceremonial Sound Practitioner, professional musician and Healing Performance Artist from Sonoma, California.  Since 1993, Rene’ performs blessings with sacred sounds from ancestral instruments of the Americas, Australia & Asia, integrating cross-cultural studies, Breema-Shiatsu, Reiki and more, to raise well-being and the vibration of consciousness through intention and sound.   

Barb Nichols is a licensed massage therapist, sound healing practitioner and musician, residing on Whidbey Island, WA. She’s been doing Sound Massage since 1995, blending the use of Tibetan Singing Bowls and other healing instruments with Hawaiian Massage. Her unique style inspires the feeling of a Musical Sound Journey, a "mini vacation", into another dimension of deep relaxation. Providing a soothing environment for bathing in color is also a part of her practice.

All seats $20


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Via Phone: Please Call the Box Office at
800.638.7631 or 360.221.8268
In Person: Visit the Box Office at
565 Camano Ave, Langley, WA 98260

**Online Tickets Purchases are available until 12-Noon the day of the show.**

Wednesday through Saturday
1pm - 6pm
and 2 hours before every show

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