A healer who uses music

Mikeoula and her Crystal Singing Bowls will present an event this Saturday at Cumberland United Church.

Mikeoula and her Crystal Singing Bowls will present an event this Saturday at Cumberland United Church.

Mikeoula is a healer who uses music to benefit all energetic beings. She uses crystal singing bowls, combined with instrumental music, to enlighten and educate people to the limitless capacity of music to uplift our spirits, balance our chakras, raise our vibrations and soothe our souls.

She seeks to share the healing sounds and energy of the bowls with others, and works in service to love and light.

She is trained in Reiki, meditation, visualization and Angelheart healing techniques. She has developed and facilitated music programs in schools, for children and adults with special needs, and for individuals with health issues.

She works with the Comox Valley Hospice Society, providing live bedside music for palliative patients. She also provides music for the Mystic Valley Voices Choir.

Admission is by donation. Cumberland United Church is at 2688 Penrith at the corner of First Street.

Doors open at 6:30 p.m. and the music will begin at 7. For details, phone 250-336-8429.

— Mikeoula and her Crystal Singing Bowls

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