Fri, 02 Dec|
Herdsman Lake Discovery Centre
Birak Cultural Healing Sound Session
Olman Walley (Boorloo Aboriginal Cultural Experiences) & Julian Silburn (Sound Alchemy) are set to join forces at the spectacular Herdsman Lake Discovery Centre to perform a series of sound healing sessions like no other!
Time & Location
02 Dec 2022, 6:30 pm – 8:30 pm
Herdsman Lake Discovery Centre, Cnr Flynn and, Selby St, Wembley WA 6018, Australia
About the Event
A 'cultural sound healing session' is a meditational experience set to instruments from around the world, and the vibrations from those instruments work to tune and realign the body.
Six transformational sessions will be conducted in all, to inform you of, and welcome in each of the six Noongar seasons – acknowledging and appreciating connection to country and our place within nature.
In this session we welcome in the season of Birak, marked by the colour red, as it symbolises heat, sun and fire. It is the sixth season of the Noongar calendar, running from December to January. During Birak season the rain eases and the warm weather really starts to take hold. The afternoons are cooled by the sea breezes from the south west.
Traditionally this was the fire season. An almost clockwork style of easterly winds in the morning and sea breezes in the afternoon meant that this was burning time of the year for Noongar people and they would burn the country in mosaic patterns.
Olman and Julian aim to transport participants into a peaceful space, through a combination of Didgeridoo, Tibetan bowls, Crystal bowls, Harp and other sound healing instruments, claiming that each part of your body, including the chakras, resonate at different frequencies. This experience is designed to cleanse and tune the body to its optimal resonance.
The pair will guide guests into deep states of relaxation, joy, peace, love, and connection before gently awakening them to the beauty and tranquility of the stunning surroundings. It is hoped fellow participants will connect following the session, with Roogenic bush teas and a grazing platter on offer.
Tickets are $90 per session.