Meditating with Sound
Healing through Modern and Ancient Approaches
Wednesday, August 2, 2017
7:00 PM–8:30 PM
Take a journey through sound and meditation in this workshop. Did you know your brainwaves can easily sync with rhythmic music? This phenomenon is known as “brainwave entrainment,” and it has been used around the world for centuries to help people achieve meditative states. Even if you have never meditated before, the sounds in this workshop will create an immersive experience as they move in gradual waves, subtly shifting in frequency and volume to help the mind become calm and centered.
Join sound artist, healer, and educator Lavender Suarez as she demonstrates brainwave entrainment with live electronic and acoustic music composed for this purpose. Participants will experience a blend of futuristic and traditional sound healing techniques to facilitate states of relaxation and harmony in stressful modern times. Lavender has spoken about brainwave entrainment at MoMA PS1 and received a Wave Farm residency to study its healing properties.
About the Speaker
Lavender Suarez is a sound healer and educator based in New York’s Hudson Valley. She manages a serene private practice located on 100 acres in Hillsdale and often incorporates nature immersion with wellness. Lavender regularly facilitates sound healing workshops and has been a featured speaker at MoMA PS1, Maha Rose, The Brooklyn Botanic Garden, and RPI University.. In the spring of 2016, she taught a ten-week class for children about the scientific and artistic aspects of sound. Lavender is a certified member of the Sound Healers Association and is certified in Tibetan Usui Reiki.
Member Tickets: $22.50
This will be a seated event.