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Diáne Mandle to perform in Grass Valley

Nationally known Sounds True recording artist, educator and author, Diáne Mandle will perform an intense transformational sound immersion with ancient Tibetan bowls, gongs and percussion to soothe, inspire and awaken the body, mind and spirit at 7 p.m. on April 10 at the Sierra Center for Spiritual Living in Grass Valley.
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Nationally known Sounds True recording artist, educator and author Diáne Mandle will perform a transformational sound immersion with ancient Tibetan bowls, gongs and percussion, which organizers say soothe, inspire and awaken the body, mind and spirit at 7 p.m. Friday at the Sierra Center for Spiritual Living in Grass Valley.

The Sanctuary at Sierra Center was designed with acoustics in mind and provides a setting for this type of resonant sound immersion.

According to event organizers, the concert is designed to relieve stress, enlighten the mind and bring people into a transcendent state of being.



In addition to her precision-tuned harmonic bowls and Chiron gong, Mandle will ask participants to strike and sound a series of tuning forks tuned to five different asteroids.

Admission to the concert is $25 in advance (available by calling 530-274-1018) or $27 at the door. Reservations are recommended, as the concert sold out last year.




Mandle is the only state-certified Tibetan bowl practitioner and educator in California.

She currently offers sound sessions for deep relaxation and healing to incarcerated veterans with PTSD and has worked in the medical setting with cancer patients.

She can be contacted through her website, soundenergyhealing.com.

Concert-goers are encouraged to bring a mat to lie on. Organizers are also urging the public to park on in the Veteran’s Building parking lot at 255 S. Auburn St. in Grass Valley and follow the path to Florence Avenue and Sierra Center.


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