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Seattle Songbirds Live in Concert

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Goose Ridge Winery, 14450 Woodinville Redmond Rd NE Suite #108 , Woodinville, WA 98072

Seattle Songbirds featuring: Jill Cohn, Mary Lydia Ryan, and Jean Mann!

Join us for an evening of music from local artists, the Seattle Songbirds! Enjoy melodies, harmonies, and boot-stompin' tunes from the three ladies. Sip on a glass of Goose Ridge wine or cider while you listen to the special Saturday night concert.

Spa Opera® at the Salt Mine Arium of Bellevue / $50 per person

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Salt Mine Arium, 1850 130th Ave NE Suite 4, Bellevue, WA

Mary Lydia is bringing her luscious Spa Opera® sound bathing healing circle to the beautiful Salt Mine Arium of Bellevue.

Come relax, rejuvenate, within the walls and healing properties of Himalayan salt crystals, while receiving intuitive sound bathing Mary provides with her voice and gentle chimes.

If you are new to one of Mary's healing sound bathing circles, you can expect to be transported through sound and frequency as a group as well as individually.

Mary takes the time to visit every participant in the room that desires their own personalized healing song. All that presents to be cleared in your energy field will be cleared, then Mary will sing you through balancing and integrating new frequencies.

Spa Opera® by Mary Lydia Ryan at the Ballard Art Walk!

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Ballard Art Walk, 1900 NW Dock Pl, Seattle

Mary Lydia's Spa Opera® has been invited to join March's Ballard Art Walk from the lovely Hanson Building facing Ballard Avenue, with entrance to 2nd floor, Suite #2 located at 1900 NW Dock Pl.

Mary Lydia has created a luscious sound bathing experience weaving her vocals, keys, tuning forks and chimes into a pleasing sensory feast.

The multi-faceted musical Mary is a Seattle based singer-songwriter, pianist, composer, sound healing artist bringing music, sound, frequencies and delicious morsels to eat and partake of leaving visitors renewed, relaxed, uplifted and filled.

If your interest is piqued and you're not sure what this all means, please stop in on Saturday, March 14th - 2nd floor, Suite #2, of the Hanson Building, entrance found at 1900 NW Dock Pl to discover for yourself what Mary Lydia has created.