Sound Bath & Sips – Monday, May 6th, 2024

Date & Time: Monday, May 6th, 6:00 – 7:00 pm (after Happy Hour)

Fat Pants Brewing Co.
8335 Crystal View Road
Eden Prairie, MN 55344

Eventbrite Fee: $25 per person, 20% Discount for two or more people
Eventbrite Registration Link

About this Event:

Kick off an unforgettable evening at Fat Pants Brewing Co. with a happy hour from 3:00 to 6:00 pm. Get $2 off beers, wines, cocktails, and appetizers. Or enjoy their full menu, including gluten-free options. It’s the perfect spot to bring your friends and relax.

After happy hour, join us from 6:00 – 7:00 pm in their adjacent spacious, tranquil private room for a relaxing Sound Bath Session sponsored by Wellspring Health Center. Dive deep into relaxation with gongs, singing bowls, ocean waves, and other calming sounds. The sound bath is provided by professional musician and sound healer Kristen Wertenberger. It’s time to unwind, recharge, and soak in good vibes.

What to Bring:

  • Cozy Gear: Bring a yoga mat, pillow, and blankets for comfort.
  • Warm Wear: Wear comfortable clothes to stay warm and cozy.

Special Offer for Eventbrite Friends: Buy Sound Bath tickets for two or more people and get a 20% discount! Purchase tickets on Eventbrite through Wellspring Health Center.

Location: Fat Pants Brewing Co. 8335 Crystal View Rd, Eden Prairie

Date and Time: The fun starts Monday, May 6th, with Happy Hour from 3:00 to 6:00 pm and continues with the Sound Bath Session from 6:00 to 7:00 pm.

Note: Space is limited for that intimate, cozy feel. Please purchase your tickets on Eventbrite through Wellspring Health Center, and let’s make this evening at Fat Pants Brewing Co. memorable! Get ready for a night where laughs, drinks, great food, and relaxation blend perfectly!

This event is for adults 18+.

Eventbrite Registration link

Call or text (952) 933-1150 if you need assistance with Eventbrite registration. You can also pay at the door, but reservations are recommended.

Safety Regarding Sound Baths & Gong Baths: Sound baths are a form of complementary medicine and should not be considered a replacement for indicated medical treatments. People who are pregnant, experience epilepsy or seizures or have a diagnosed mental health condition should check with their primary care provider before taking part in sound baths or gong baths. For the hard of hearing, hearing aids should be removed to avoid excess noise; the sound vibrations are still beneficial and absorbed through the body.