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Sat, Feb 17

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Q Ideas Plant Shop

FREE Lunar New Year Sound Bath & Wishing Tree

Celebrate Lunar New Year during FREE mini-sound bath sessions & set your intentions that will adorn a special wishing tree in Q Ideas Plant Shop. Sessions every 15-minutes starting at 11:00 a.m. and ending at 12:30 p.m. CT.

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FREE Lunar New Year Sound Bath & Wishing Tree
FREE Lunar New Year Sound Bath & Wishing Tree

Time & Location

Feb 17, 2024, 11:00 AM – 12:30 PM

Q Ideas Plant Shop, 1134 W Argyle St, Chicago, IL 60640, USA

About the event

Session times every 15-minutes starting at 11 a.m. and ending at 12:30 p.m. See agenda for specific times.

Find a mindful moment at the newly renovated Q Ideas Plant Shop during FREE mini-sound bath sessions with Westerly Wellbeing and experience the gentle resonance of crystal singing bowls, guided meditation and mindful breathing to activate and celebrate the Lunar New Year.

Combining the ancient Asian wisdom of sound therapy with modern practices, the frequencies and vibrations converge with the body's energy to bring balance and harmony for overall well-being.

Attendees will have the opportunity to write their Lunar New Year wishes on ornaments, creating a tangible manifestation of their intentions. These wishes will adorn a special wishing tree in Q Ideas Plant Shop, symbolizing growth and the power of collective positive energy.

ABOUT YOUR GUIDE

Nicole Chandler Eng is the founder of Westerly Wellbeing, a BIPOC and woman-owned business dedicated to fostering holistic well-being and conscious living through mindful practices. Nicole brings to the table a rich background as a certified sound healer, meditation guide, and breathwork coach based in Chicago. Learn more about Westerly Wellbeing and her offerings at www.westerlywellbeing.com.

These sessions take place prior to the Argyle Lunar New Year Parade and is the first session in collaboration with HAIBAYÔ's 2024 Argyle Community Healing and Placekeeping Project. This project is partially supported by a Together We Heal Creative Place grant from the City of Chicago Department of Cultural Affairs & Special Events (DCASE) and the Mayor's Office of Equity and Justice. A HAIBAYÔ and DCASE collaboration.

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