Sacred Sound Wednesdays
Yolanda brings very large crystal bowls, a set of Koshi chimes, song pods, ting-shas, Indian bells, a large rain stick as well as two large Tibetan bowls and several tuning forks to bring balance to the sound healing session.
Kathy Regganie has been a student of the healing arts since 2008. She will use her knowledge in Reiki, CranioSacral Therapy and intuition to guide you deeper into your process of release, if you so choose.
In this meditation, you are welcome to lay back, get comfortable and enjoy this time for deep relaxation, decompressing your stress, worry or angst. It is your time for deep self care.
Yolanda Lozano has over 20 years of extensive bicultural training in the healing arts from master teachers in India, China and the
United States. She integrates breathing techniques, toning and chanting, meditation, movement, vibrational energy healing, and self-care while listening to the True Self within. She has been a beloved member of the Flowering Heart Community since the very early days. She has freely offered her gifts and helped to expand the community and the vision for lifting consciousness.
These events are currently in person and online. Please register below.
Sound Healing with Yolanda & Kathy is every 1st & 3rd Wednesday of the the Month from 7:30-8:45P.M, $30. Students $20.
Frank uses Tibetan bowls created by monks who were chanting while manually pounding the metal into form. Frank brings the spirit of Bhutan and Tibet into his sound healing sessions, along with practical meditative practices.
He also uses other instruments including drums to bring us in tune with the earth. Occasionally he will offer drum circles where you can bring your own instruments or use ours. Check the calendar tosee when the next drum circle will be held.
During the quarantine, Frank will be offering online Sound every Wednesday. When we return to in-person events, he will offer: Sound Healing with Frank Panek is every 2nd and 4th Wednesday of the month. 7:30 - 9PM, Donation-based.
Different guest artists will also be offering their unique gifts on occasion, so please check out the dates and personal bios below for more information.
Our Lineage at Flowering Heart Center includes White Buffalo Calf Woman.
She has appeared to us a couple of times during our journey with this center.
Frank has a sacred ceremonial pipe which is used on rare occasions to call in the
Native American ancestors and honor them. These ancestors have appeared to us
from time to time, starting with the ceremony in 2012 to formally establish the center
in our Downers Grove location. We had been holding weekly events there since 2009.
When we moved to our current location in Wheaton, we were gifted with a beautiful
pastel drawing of White Buffalo Calf woman which now hangs in a place of honor.
We have monthly drum circles to celebrate this connection.
While we honor all paths at Flowering Heart Center, we especially honor our lineages
which include the Native Americans, Sri Amma and Bhagavan in India, Shematrix
in Australia, and the Seraphic Order of the Flowering Heart
(from our sister center in Clearwater).
For the past 9 years, Harmony has been on a journey of spirituality. This is where she was introduced to Kirtan/ Sanskrit. Her first experience of Kirtan was like meeting a old friend. It felt natural, easy and very familiar. For the past 9 years, Harmony has worked on developing her unique connection to the Mantras. She has learned by directly experiencing the powerful nature of these sound vibrational prayers.
She has studied with Masters of Kirtan in India and in Bali. She has also studied Indian classical music which has opened her reality to a whole new world. Harmony plays a instrument called a Harmonium. This is considered a wind instrument as the left hand creates the wind and the right hand plays the instrument which looks like a piano. She is a trained piano player which gives her hands the mobility to create hypnotic sounds.
Harmony offers not only Kirtan and Sound Medicine, she also offers Sacred Haircuts and other forms of healing that is focused on liberation and freedom. For more information on Harmony please visit her website www.harmonypolo.com
Born in Sasebo, Nagasaki, Japan, Brandon started playing the drums at age 11. Soon after his family moved to Guangzhou, China, he eventually shifted his classical percussion focus to that of jazz, and immediately started gigging around the country.
He is now a student at the Northern Illinois University finishing up his degree in specialized world percussion performance, studying Cuban, Brazilian, Middle Eastern, Indian, Thai percussion, as well as drumset and jazz. He has also recently added handpan to his repertoire and is writing new compositions to add to the mix.
He is currently active in performing in the Chicago area, and has recently appeared in Japan, Taiwan, the United States, and across China.