Confluential Frequenices: A Sound Journey
Time & Location
About the event
Join us for a psychoacoustical journey voyaged to enhance the art of listening. An opportunity to explore where sound meets the psychedelic realms. Sound meditation, sound healing, sound bath … whatever you might call it, we invite you to come and let the experience dissolve conception and enhance sensation.
-A collection of gongs. singing bowls, and other unique acoustic
instruments with a dash of electronic/plugged-in stuff
-The ability to create and hold a safe container for the journey
-Passion, knowledge and skills for working with sound, music and the
spaces between to unfold dynamic soundscapes
-Chocolate for post-event consumption
-Your sense of curiosity
-A yoga mat, antigravity chair, cushions, blankets, pillows, eye pillows/
coverings, and anything else you will need to be comfortable. This
event is held in a beautiful gallery space with hardwood floors and
very limited props so we encourage you bring things.
-Many people experience temperature changes during these events so
layers of clothing are highly recommended
-Your friends, family and others who love any of the following: music,
meditation, relaxation, perceptual exploration and/or pondering the
workings of consciousness
Who We Are:
Sher Levesque is a healing arts practitioner who works with the mediums of movement, meditation and vibration. She has worked in the public health/social services field for over twenty years and currently works at the TAP program with NEYT. Sher is completing her certification in sound therapy with Mitch Nur & 9ways Academia and crystal therapy with Naisha Ahsian at the Crystalis Institute.
Marcus Soifer is a psychotherapist and board certified music therapist with a private practice at Indigo Wholistic Healing Center in Florence, MA. He is currently training for certification in sound therapy with Mitch Nur, PhD and 9ways Academia.
Cost: $20 if purchased via Paypal by March 30th
$25 at the door cash or check
To Register: Email firstname.lastname@example.org