Vibrational Sound Workshop with David Hulse




Virginians for Health Freedom (Va4HF) is sponsoring an intensive 12-hour Phase I Vibrational Sound workshop introducing fifth-dimensional energy vitality techniques from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., April 28 and 29 at the Airport Hilton Garden Inn.

       The workshop is taught by Certified Vibrational Sound Master Teachers David Hulse and Tim Leach. Hulse combines decades of experience as a motivational speaker with years of research in metaphysics, science, sound and spirituality to present a unique and empowering experience. Leach holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Music Education and is currently the director of education for SomaEnergetics where he oversees the Vibrational Sound Certification program.

       Hulse says, “Sound can also be used for healing by accessing fifth-dimensional energy to free blocked energy, thereby creating openings in which novel choices are awakened and new-found energy becomes available for personal transformation and wholeness.” Reconnect your clients with their inner energy potential using the sounds of ancient frequencies to balance and impart harmony in their lives. These protocols may be used immediately after training for both personal and client-centered application.

Location: 441 International Center Dr., Sandston. To register, visit SomaEnergetics.com. For more information, call 800-808-7473.

 

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