Sunday Sound Baths are deeply-immersive, full-body listening experiences that intentionally use sound to invite gentle yet powerful therapeutic and restorative processes to nurture your mind and body. They have been shown to reduce stress, enable deep relaxation, enhance creativity, uplift the spirit and help with insomnia. Sound Meditations aid in recharging, relaxation, restoration and healing. They help bring focus and balance to your day.
You begin your Sound Bath experience by laying down comfortably or supported sitting in a chair. After a few minutes of focused breathing, participants are immersed in sound waves provided by Himalayan Bowls, Gongs, Crystal Singing Bowls and Shamanic percussion all played in an intentional, clinically based, therapeutic sequence.
The goal of the Sound Bath experience is to invite deep rest and relaxation, and explore self-inquiry and self-discovery. Sound is a very accessible form of meditation where benefits are usually experienced right after the first session.
Practicing Sound Meditation Weekly can have deep healing and restorative effects. A recent study published in the Journal of Evidence-Based Integrative Medicine found that weekly hour-long sound meditations help to reduce tension, anger, anxiety, and increase spiritual well-being in adults. Join the movement and discover the Healing power of Sound.
In January, we will be shifting our “Sound Focus” to helping remove and let go of the old energy in our physical and mental bodies. We will then build back and help restore the body to its own healthy equilibrium. I hope you can join us.
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 in the UK.
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