Program Type:Health & Wellness
Age Group:Adults , Older Adults
Looking for a way to reset and relax? Still the mind and expand your awareness through a guided meditation sound bath. Using the ambient sounds and vibrations of crystal singing bowls, Tibetan singing bowls, and Tingsha Bells, a meditation sound bath helps you to tap into your deeper self-consciousness, creating a sense of calm, peace, and relaxation, promoting good health and balanced energy. Meditation sound baths are also done to singing, nature sounds, or rhythmic, abstract music.
**Please wear comfortable clothing. You can choose to sit on a chair or lay on a yoga mat, and are welcome to bring a blanket or pillow for yourself. Please bring your own yoga mat if possible. A limited supply will be provided.
About the instructor
Rhonda Fentry began working in the health and fitness industry in 1989, working as a personal trainer, fitness instructor, fitness manager, and group fitness director at various health clubs throughout the city of Chicago and surrounding suburbs. Rhonda holds a Master’s Degree in Exercise Physiology and Human Movement from A.T. Still University, School of Health Science, and fitness certification through the American Council on Exercise, the American College of Sports Medicine, Physicalmind Institute, National Academy of Sports Medicine, as a certified Corrective Exercise and Performance Enhancement Specialist, and received her 200 hour Yoga teacher training certificate (CYT) through Yogafit. She takes a holistic approach to health and fitness, and my goal is to create balance between the mind, body, and spirit in my students.
By joining this class, you declare that you are physically fit and ready to participate and understand any physical activity may involve some risk of injury. You may rest at any time during the class. It is your responsibility to consult with your physician with respect to any past or present injury, illness, health problem, or any other condition or medication that may affect your participation.
The participant assumes all risks of injury and illness that may result from such participation. The participant agrees to waive and release the Oak Park Public Library, its officers, employees, trustees, and agents and shall hold such persons/entity harmless from any and all liability for any claim, suit, or other cause of action which might arise from injuries, illness, damages, or loss which may occur on account of participation in such activities.