Healing Concert with WAH!

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 Healing Concert with WAH!

Sunday, September 13, 2020, 7-8:45 PM, Doors open at 6:30 PM 

Sedona Creative Life Center, 333 Schnebly Hill Rd, Sedona, AZ 86336


Working on all levels for Love, Peace & Hope  

It's Time to Raise your Consciousness

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This multi-media concert uses projections, slow moving laser lights and live music by Wah! to inspire world peace and peace within. Sonic and visual images from our natural universe and Wah!'s beautiful voice and music create a feature length performance of profound beauty.

When the audience arrives for a Healing Concert, they are welcomed by nature - a sunset or a slide show of flowers and natural beauty. Right away, the environment is inviting and relaxing. The concert begins with slow-moving projections of outer space. Songs, parts of songs, loops, delays, sounds of foghorns, birds, or whales mix together to create a soundscape which is part performance and part spacious invitation. Some audience members might not even have their eyes open when the healing lights come on, but if they did they would see the beautiful lights bathing the audience in constellation-like patterns, the Northern Lights moving along the horizon. Wah!'s voice alone could inspire lowered heartrates and stress levels, but she speaks, sings and plays with messages of love and peace. The audience drifts, dreams, sighs, and relaxes. When a slow rotating Earth is visible in the sky Wah! asks everyone to pray for world peace or sing along with an ancient prayer from India (Lokaha Samastaha Sukhino Bhavantu) wishing peace to the planet and its people. At the end of the concert Wah! distributes flower petals to each audience member.


Healing Concert with WAH! 

Creative Life Center

333 Schnebly Hill Rd, Sedona, AZ  86336

Concert starts at 7PM, Doors open at 6:30 PM

This event has limited seating, please get your tickets early!

Meet WAH!

Wah! has performed The Healing Concert at planetariums, museums, conferences and universities throughout the country, including UC Boulder's Fiske Planetarium, Reuben H. Fleet Science Center, Loyola Marymount University, and NJ State Museum in Trenton.  She has released 25 CDs and published books on yoga and healing.  Wah! teaches women's workshops, cancer survivor classes, and creates community by focusing on projects that bring harmony to people and Mother Nature.

The first female to bring kirtan music [call-and-response chanting performed in India's devotional traditions] to the West in the 1990’s, Wah! has been playing bass guitar with her wildly joyful rock band at yoga festivals and centers around the U.S. since 1997.

A few years ago Wah! took time to sit with people – just sitting, and singing, toning, and leading simple meditative exercises. This, combined with many years leading yoga and creating relaxation music led to healing workshops, healing retreats and the Healing Concert, a multi-media concert using projections, slow moving laser lights and live music by Wah! to inspire world peace and peace within.


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