Purposeful Living Center Presents
with Shanti Shanti and Leigh Hurst
Friday, February 23, 5:30 – 7:30 pm
Registration Fee: $75
To Register: https://www.purposefullivingcenter.com/calendar
Healing Mantras is being sponsored by Purposeful Living. Shanti Shanti will teach powerful tones and mantras that you can use to create health, peace and joy in your own life. This wonderful class includes in-person instruction, a workbook, along with a supplemental online course that can be used at any time to further your knowledge and deepen your understanding.
These mantras are secret and usually used in monasteries by monks to create profound spiritual awakening. In this course, renowned Sanskrit scholars Shanti Shanti, have made this exclusive knowledge available to you in this Healing Mantras Workshop.
ABOUT THE PRESENTERS:
Leigh Hurst is the owner of Purposeful Living Healing Center in Midtown. She has been in business for 12 years. Leigh guides people to connect to their purpose while learning to become the best version of themselves. She does this with intuitive guidance, sound healing, and energy work. She also brings other practitioners into the spotlight to share their gifts while encouraging them to provide special healing tools for her following.
Shanti Shanti is comprised of two sisters, Andrea Santos and Sara Gracey, who sing, write, and produce all of their own music. Born and raised in Reno, NV. They have a unique story as they are among the top Sanskrit scholars in the world and at the ages of 9 and 7, they were spontaneously able to read, write, and chant Sanskrit. Their music is a distinctive combination of uplifting, indie-pop/ethno-folk songs along with their soothing, melodious, new age Sanskrit chants. They have performed on TV shows, and Radio shows around the world including the Tonight show and Coast to Coast AM and have been featured in numerous articles. They have sold over 70,000 copies of their 7 albums and over 500,000 in downloads. In addition, Andrea and Sara have taught Sanskrit workshops all of the country including at the University of Loyola Marymount. They have 7 albums in release, a Sanskrit Workbook and the story of their family, “Dreaming in Real Time,” written by their mother, Linda Forman.