Sound Healing with Black Moon Soundscapes
Time & Location
About The Event
Music is Medicinal and Music Heals!
A chilled groovy vibe that’ll take you on a sonic journey of the mind... This is a 90 minute Journey of transcendental sounds, dynamic rhythms, and soothing vibrations to ease you into deep relaxation.
We invite you to enjoy a multi-sensory, experiential session open to all. Regardless of age, background, or the ability to hear sound. No meditation experience required to attend.
Enjoy Quartz Crystal Singing Bowls, Tuning Forks, a variety of Native American Flutes, Drums and other harmonious instrumentation a perfect environment for stress-reduction, meditation, healing, and insight.
We encourage you to comfortably sit or lay down to receive the sounds.
COST: $35 per adult (15 & under free to attend with an adult).
BRING: Something to lay on such as a yoga mat, pillows, blankets, eye mask, and water bottles ( The event space has a limited amount available). Dress comfortably! You may be inspired to write, a journal and pen are also recommended.
WHY SOUND MEDITATION:
Sound therapy is highly effective at providing relief for chronic pain, digestive issues, insomnia, fibromyalgia, autoimmune disorders, heart disease, trauma, depression, anxiety, and cancer treatment therapies. The benefits of this therapy can be received regardless of the recipients' ability to hear sound due to the vibratory nature.
DON’T WORRY ABOUT FALLING ASLEEP:
Sound Meditation is known for repairing sleep cycles. Research suggests ONE “Journey” is equivalent to 8 HOURS of SLEEP!!!
• Flash insight and creative problem solving
• Ease filled meditation through the creation of new neuropathways
• Release of emotions, relief of trauma, and alleviation of depression
• Behavioral reconditioning and emotional re-patterning
• Balance and healthy nervous system
• Mood improvement through the production of natural endorphins
Featuring Artists of
Black Moon Soundscapes:
Native American Flute Player, Dave Fox
Vibrational Alchemist, Brandi Leigh
Ethno-Percussionist, Jeff Chester