Come have an experience like no other on Thursday, March 9th from 6:30 pm to 8:00 pm for a sound healing experience designed to create a profound state of rest and relaxation that will allow you to leave feeling invigorated, and renewed, all while soaking, steaming and relaxing in our beautiful spa facilities
In a comfortable and serene environment, you will be immersed in a combination of sounds and music for a rich blissful meditative sound experience. All you need to do is relax with an open mind and let the sounds take you deep into your inner journey.
Thomas researched and found the finest and most sought-after sound healing instruments he could find to give you a rich and powerful experience with the healing sounds of gongs, Tibetan bowls, deep bass drums, and handbags. These instruments can be very powerful as there are lots of science that show that these instruments have calming effects and can bring you into a deep state of meditation. His background in creating music for travel films and theater has greatly influenced his approach to sound baths.
Enjoy the gorgeous facility at SANTÉ Aesthetics & Wellness which includes a hot soaking pool, a cool dip pool (UV light sanitized), a steam room and a heated pebble beach UV light room, a relaxation area, showers, locker rooms, as well as a towel, robe, slippers, shower gel, shampoo, conditioner, and other basic toiletries. Please note that only 10 spots are available for the sound healing experience. To secure your place, please arrive 30 minutes in advance. Complimentary tea and fresh fruit will be provided.
Exclusive Limited Booking Available!
Please note that only 10 reservations are available for this intimate sound healing experience at $125.00 for the one-hour session.
To secure your place, call to book today at (971) 407-3066.
(Complimentary tea and fresh fruit will be provided. Sound healing begins at 7 p.m.)
Thomas Schroyer bio:
International performer and yoga practitioner for over 25 years, Thomas Schroyer has been playing ethnic music since the 90s deeply influenced by tribal trance music and mid-eastern world percussion.
Thomas’ work also includes being the music director for “Theater of the Invisible”, and composing music for several travel films. He has also performed in venues such as Portland Art Museum, Portland State University, Oregon Country Faire, Beloved Festival, Breitenbush Retreat Center, and yoga studios/retreats in Mexico and throughout the US.
Thomas now devotes the majority of his time to playing hand pan and doing sound baths. His vision is to bring peace through his music in these changing times.