Veronika Simonett

Her expertise lies in the function and operation of breathing, the voice and emotions. In her teachings, she focuses on experience, exploring boundaries and pushing the envelope.
After years of working as a breath therapist, she followed her heart’s desire and started her own business: “Klankverbinding” (Sound Connection) in 2012.
A native of Switzerland, she has lived in the Netherlands since 2003.

“I believe in the power of small things and of silence. The small is the basis of the large and silence helps to explore power. Passionate about sound and language, I listen with attention and encourage the strengths in people.
If everyone made the sound of his or her heart, the world would become a diverse and cheerful sound field.”

www.veronikasimonett.nl

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18 August 2016

Come live, practice and work as part of the core residential staff at Dechen Chöling, Shambhala's European center! We are currently looking for a Head of Personnel:
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20 July 2016

Dathün is a four-week meditation intensive which will take place in March 2017. Open to everyone, it is all about taking the time to really unwinding settle into the ground of meditation, finding room for what is...

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28 June 2016

 If you're coming to Dechen Chöling or planning a visit, please have a look at our Visitor's Guide : there are many options for visiting!
 
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7 June 2016

Would you like to experiment with community life this Summer at our international meditation center? If yes, then our immersion program Meditation in action is for you! You're welcome to visit, help, share, meditate.
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29 April 2016

By yourself or with your family and friends, join us for the 2016 Shambhala Festival - Celebrate Life. Meditation, teachings, discoveries, celebration - a festive summer! The Summer Shambhala Festival is an opportunity to express our culture of benevolence and celebration based on meditation practice, appreciation and kindness...

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