Thursday Evening Relax, Let Go and De-Stress Sound Bath Meditations With Sound Therapist Gary Posner
Friends, I would like to invite you to our 2023 series Chakra Sound Bath Meditations on Thursday evenings at 6:30PM . Researchers have found that tension, anxiety, and negative moods decreased significantly after a Therapeutic Sound™ Bath Meditation.
Sound Bath Meditations are a combination of restorative yoga, meditation, toning, chanting and a sacred sound concert. They have been shown to reduce stress, enable deep relaxation, strengthen the immune system, promote healing, enhance creativity, uplift the spirit and help with insomnia. Sound Meditations slow down your brainwaves and guide you into a deep meditative state or altered state of consciousness. Participants lay down comfortably and then are “immersed” in the sounds, vibrations and harmonics of the instruments. Gongs, Himalayan bowls, crystal singing bowls, tuning forks and shamanic percussion instruments are played in a clinically tested, therapeutic sequence to maximize benefits. No previous knowledge or experience is required. Sound is a very accessible form of meditation where benefits are usually experienced right after the first session.
You will need: An exercise or yoga mat and water. Here is a link to an extra thick Mat .
Optional: You will be laying down for about 60 mins, so having a blanket, pillow and eye pillow will add additional comfort to your experience.
About Your Teacher: Gary Posner is an award-winning composer, musician, educator and Certified Sound Therapist, earning his degree from The British Academy of Sound Therapy.
Gary became interested in Sound as a Therapeutic Healing Modality, when his mother was diagnosed with Alzheimer's Disease in 2000. Gary taught, studied and played music all over the world. He composed music for HBO, Cinemax, ESPN, Court TV, Tru TV, Discovery Channel, National Geographic, and History Channel. In addition, he toured and recorded with Tom Tom Club, Talking Heads, Peter Gabriel, Lou Reed, The Grateful Dead, Ziggy Marley, Keith Richards, Debbie Harry, The Ramones, Television, The Fine Young Cannibals, The Gypsy Kings, Robert Palmer and Roberta Flack.