3/16/2004 - Image of Emile de Leon & David Key at the Spring Solstice Public Labyrinth Walk, that took place on Friday, March 19th, 2004. . Time: 6 - 9 pm. Held indoors in the sanctuary of the First Presbyterian Church of New Canaan, CT.
9/6/2001 - Pre-performance images from:
"Divas, Bitches and Goddesses - An Evening Of Art, Myth, Music And Rituals In Celebration Of The FeminineSpirit"
located at the ArtSpace Hartford, Hartford, CT.
Events Page: Concerts, Meditation Groups & Workshops
Emile is available for concert performances, as an individuals or with a list of other talented artists, at new age fairs, lectures & workshops, as well as meditational gathering both public & private. Just contact us through the links and ask for our schedule.
Please call ahead to confirm all details - Thanks!
Past Events from 2011
Tibetan Singing Bowls, Native American Flutes and Guitar concert!
This concert will be the first of its kind performed anywhere featuring the unique combination of Tibetan Singing Bowls, Native American Flute, Acoustic and Jazz guitars, and abstract Jazz Drums. This concert will focus on the deep spiritual sounds of the Tibetan Bowls and Native American Flutes with the timely addition of Jazz guitar and drums later in the set to bring the listener up to a sonic climax of the highest order.
Contact us if you are interested in hosting a Temple Sounds' Concert or Workshop.
Chakra alignments using Tibetan singing bowls with Emile de Leon
Experience the Tibetan singing bowls in their most powerful form by exact placement of the bowls on and around your body and as well as on the energy vortexes known as the chakras for a complete and transformational aura alignment.
The bowls used by Emile de Leon are from his personal collection and are of ancient origin and purpose.
Typically 20 to 30 bowls are used for each session from the smallest and highest fairy bowls on the upper chakras to the deepest low notes of the bass bowls which also known as OM bowls on the lowest and root chakras. It should be known that a collection of this dimension and variety is rarely encountered, and even more rarely used for personal auric alignment sessions.
All that is needed is to wear loose and relaxed clothing and bring a quiet mind while the Tibetan singing bowls do the rest. You will be provided with a comfortable yoga mat to relax on while the bowls will be placed in the most beneficial way to help clear your aura and totally relax your body.
There is an ancient magic in the way the Tibetan singing bowls work that can not be quickly explained but needs to be experienced to be known. The Tibetan singing bowls transform on all levels whether physically or astrally or spiritually. It does not matter if you are a beginner in meditation or an advanced yogi, the bowls will work their magic for you. Whether you simply want to relax more or on the other hand go into a deep spiritual meditation, there is no more effective way to enhance your being.
Emile de Leon - Singing bowls, chimes, gongs & tablas.
David Key - Native flutes, clarinet & frame drum.
Sean Noble Wolf - Didgeridoo, bells & singing bowls.
Held in Goshen, CT, 2007
Just a little video and some photos of the day's events. Emile playing, to sand mandala creations.
TIBETFEST IV Parts 1, 2 and After the festival music.
Held in Goshen, CT, 2008
Scenes from the event like the sand mandala making, making dough flowers, Melissa giving some aura & chakra readings, people, an outside walk, the violent thunderstorm that ended the festival and some impromptu Tibetan music after the fest ended. Was great to watch as we all waited for the latest shower to pass and could continue packing up the car to go home.
Upcoming 2013 Events
"Taffy Was Born" (2008)
by David Giardina
An independent, psychological thriller which not only features music from our CD "Mystic Bowls", yet has scenes shot on location in our shop!
Some snaps from behind the scenes of 'The Moone Chylde Book Shop' segment.
Receive the healing vibrations and sounds of the Tibetan Singing Bowls. You may enjoy this as a performance, as meditation or relaxation time. Come and listen to the melodious and meditative sounds of the Tibetan Singing Bowls with internationally renowned recording artist Emile de Leon. Emile will be playing an ancient collection of Tibetan Singing Bowls for your listening and meditative pleasure. The Tibetan Singing Bowls have been used for centuries in the Himalayan regions for meditation as well as sacred rituals and the inducement of higher consciousness. All are invited to partake of this very unique musical experience.
Conveniently located in central Connecticut, Facilitated Healing Center offers yoga class styles in Kripalu, Vinyasa/Power with Anusara influences, and Svaroopa for new and experienced students. Spacious studio is open for drop-ins and students can join any time.
Emile de Leon has played music professionally as a percussionist for over 25 years. Starting at age fifteen in New York City and continuing to the present playing alternative, meditative music. He has also taught music privately and in the Public School system as well as Wesleyan University, in Middletown, CT.
From Interstate 95N:
Exit 83 (Downtown New London). At end of ramp go straight through light. At third light take left onto State Street. Studio is on the second block down on the right.
From Interstate 95S:
Exit 84 Bear right off the exit to Exit 84S (Hodges Square). At stop sign go straight. At first light take left onto Huntington Street. At third light take left onto State Street. Studio in on the second block down on the right.
From the Hartford Area
Take Route 2 to Route 11 (in Colchester) Follow Route 11 to the end, take left. First light at intersection, take a right on Route 85. Follow 85 all the way to downtown New London. You will pass Crystal Mall on the right and several car dealerships too. When you pass Dunkin Donuts on your left, go to third light. Take right on Huntington and immediate light take left onto State Street. Blissworks in on that second block down on the right.
Contact: Blissworks Yoga & Healing Arts
228 State Street New London, CT 06320
Phone: 860 – 448 – YOGA
All pre-registration for workshops mail to 228 State Street New London, CT 06320