Enjoy this particular sound bath in the heart of LA with speakeasy vibes! Close your eyes, let the soothing vibe of crystal bowls, chimes, the gong and more for midweek relaxation and inner peace. Let’s escape the hustle together in the serene atmosphere Zula Den for a night of self-discovery, healing, and community. Reserve your spot now for a transformative evening of sound healing with (optional) receiving of Hapé snuff which is a sacred medicine for several native peoples of the Brazilian and Western Amazon, used not only ritually but also on festive and social occasions.
Please bring: a yoga mat, blanket, pillows, eye covering, and a water bottle, and any crystals and power objects you want to charge. Pull an oracle card for extra focus!
Doors open at 6:50pm and we begin promptly at 7pm. Please arrive early in order to set up your space and settle in. Latecomers will NOT be admitted after 7:10pm, as we cannot accommodate late arrivals once the event has started.
Jordan Wolan, C.Ht. (she/her) is a certified hypnotherapist, Cannabis-Assisted Psychedelic Therapist™ and sound healing facilitator in private practice for over 7 years in Los Angeles and seeing clients virtually around the world. As a small group leader and instructor she facilitates sound baths, psychedelic cannabis journeys and self-development workshops and is passionate about creating safe and sacred spaces for healing and transformation.
Website: jordanwolan.com | IG @jordanwolan
About the Space & Parking
Zula Den is a "zenned out space for wellness & musical experiences" in the heart of West Adams. There is easy street parking in the neighborhood. *Note: there are some stairs to enter the space, no elevator.
COVID SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
We require everyone attending to be vaccinated OR negative COVID test the day of and to have no symptoms of COVID; have not been recently diagnosed with COVID, or have had any or direct contact with someone who has recently had it. You will be refunded your ticket if you are sick and let us know prior to the event. Please do not come if you are feeling sick! Thank you for your understanding and cooperation with keeping our community safe.