“The Healing Power of Sound” will be introduced by Tucsonan Tryshe Dhevney at CHAI Circle’s March meeting.
Dhevney is a harmonic and vocal sound energy expert, author, speaker, and crystal bowl-recording artist. She has decades of experience assisting others in creating health, wealth, and wholeness through the properties of the voice and crystal sound energy.
In 2000, her doctors informed her they could no longer treat her advanced hepatitis C and liver disease and advised her to get her affairs in order. Four months later, she was disease-free, having healed herself through the sound energy healing and toning technique of SoundShifting.
Her lecture will explore sound and voice as healing tools, and she will share her own journey of healing. She will offer tips and tools for creating wellbeing and de-stressing life and perform with alchemy crystal singing bowls for relaxation.
CHAI — Cancer, Healing, and Inspiration — Circle is a group for women with cancer in the Jewish community who are newly diagnosed or are long-term survivors. The goals are education, mentoring, socialization, spirituality, and support. It is a program of Jewish Family & Children’s Services.
The lecture is Sunday, March 8 from 10 a.m. to noon at the Tucson Jewish Community Center Library, 3800 E. River Rd. RSVP to Irene Gefter at 795-0300, ext. 2271 or email@example.com.