Saturday, June 18 | 4:30–6:00pm ET | $20 | In-person at Tibet House US
Effortlessly enter deep states of meditation and connection using sound as a vehicle. Voicing OM in the first six notes in the harmonic series, Leo Dale will create a cathedral of sound that serenely bathes and balances mind, body and spirit. Accompanied by lush slow-motion nature visuals, this immersive experience will include discussion about the power of sympathetic vibration and harmonic resonance as it is described in modern physics and in ancient texts. Mary Reilly Nichols will facilitate discussion and guide participants in breath and posture elements for maximal comfort, ease and energetic renewal.
Mary Reilly Nichols, Director of Nalanda Institute’s Yoga, Mind & Spirit, has been teaching meditation and yoga philosophy for over 3 decades. She spent ten years teaching a breath based therapy in the treatment of stuttering and now teaches breathing, mindful practices and stress management in corporate and medical settings. Mary holds a BA in anthropology from Harvard University, and completed five years of residency in the meditation ashrams of Swami Muktananda both in India and in the US.
Leo Dale is a music and video producer and has been practicing meditation since the 1970s. He is based in Melbourne, Australia where he runs a boutique TV studio mainly for top jazz and world musicians. His skill set as a video editor, sound engineer, camera operator, sax player and composer enables him to navigate a path through life steered by his own creative instincts. He travels to Europe, USA and India on a regular basis to pursue music opportunities. https://youtu.be/osEhNEEhJbU
We look forward to seeing you.
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