Sound Ceremony

Facilitated by Yessica Rivera Belsham
Date: Wednesday, May 2

Registration is now closed. Drop-ins are welcome to this workshop!


5:00pm-6:00pm (1 Hour)


Kingston Community Health Centre,
263 Weller Ave.
Kingston ON K7K 2V4

***This workshop is eligible for a Reach Ahead Activity in the Arts & Culture Specialist High Skills Major Program***

Workshop Description:

During this workshop, participants will begin with a guided meditation and soundscape as they laydown on yoga mats or sit in chairs. Theme of earth, air, fire, and water, this workshop facilitates participation in grounding in a cathartic environment. Yessica incorporates her traditional and intuitive medicine songs fused with songs in Nahuatl, an indigenous language of Mexico. This will be followed by participants invited guided to explore their own sounds and raising vibration in unity of the collective. Participants in the past have expressed experience of a deeper state of relaxation, consciousness and the ability to connect and awaken their own inner healer.

What to bring:

Wear comfortable clothing and some water to drink. Feel free to bring your own yoga mat if you have one. Extra will be available.

Yessica Rivera Belsham

Mexican-Canadian multidisciplinary artist, Yessica Rivera Belsham has been offering soundscapes for meditation events, concerts, yoga workshops, retreats, hospitals, community and private functions. Grounded in her Mexican ancestry, deep connection to Mother Earth, and global drum connection, Yessica’s soundscapes are something to experience. Her wide collection of quartz crystal singing bowls are vibrational transmitters that carry the vibrations into our cellular knowing. Through the raised vibration of voice, percussion, and the singing bowls, participants’ minds and bodies receive a cellular massage. Her sessions are judgment free, body positive environments, and open to all.