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Sun, June 30, 2019
1:00 pm
 - 3:00 pm
Reflections yoga: 227 East 24th Street, NY 10010
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Sunday, June 30, 2019 from 1 to 3 pm

Reflections Yoga
227 East 24th Street

(Short walk from the 23rd Street stops on 6 and R trains)

NY, NY 10010

 

Tuition: $40

Click the following link to register and prepay.  You may also pay at the door.

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In this workshop, I invite participants into the silence between musical experiences, through activities that include listening to solo Bach and Indian music on the violin, as well as vocalizing together. Throughout, attention is focused on conscious breathing, relaxation in the body and mind, the effect of the music on one’s thoughts, how one feels, and what changes in awareness take place during listening. Participants experience that their breathing becomes deeper, emotions are calmer, and the mind becomes clear and focused. There is a renewed freedom from stressful thoughts, anxiety and fatigue as well as an increased energy and awareness of vibration in the body.  No prior musical experience is necessary.

 

What participants have said about Michael’s workshop:

“The music felt meditative and spiritual to me, the singing an emotional release I had never experienced singing before.”

“I especially enjoyed the chance to sing in that safe, centered and meditative way.”

“My breath deepened and I felt warmth in my chest and hands.”

“This violin – most powerful sound.” 

“Michael’s warm, open demeanor created an atmosphere of trust and exploration.”

“Not only did I reach a state of calm, centered and connected, I am leaving with specific tools I can use for myself and in my work.”

“ I felt so relaxed and noticed an immediate improvement in my sleep.”

 

Sat, May 18, 2019
1:00 pm
 - 3:00 pm
Balance Arts Center, 151 West 30th Street, NY, NY 10001
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Saturday, May 18, 2019 from 1 pm to 3 pm

Balance Arts Center
151 West 30th Street, 3rd floor (Room 9)
NY, NY 10001

(28th Street stop on 1 train, 34th Street Herald Square stop on B,D,F, M, N, Q, R, W)

Tuition: $40

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In this workshop, I invite participants into the silence between musical experiences, through activities that include listening to solo Bach and Indian music on the violin, as well as vocalizing together. Throughout, attention is focused on conscious breathing, relaxation in the body and mind, the effect of the music on one’s thoughts, how one feels, and what changes in awareness take place during listening. Participants experience that their breathing becomes deeper, emotions are calmer, and the mind becomes clear and focused. There is a renewed freedom from stressful thoughts, anxiety and fatigue as well as an increased energy and awareness of vibration in the body. No prior musical experience is necessary.

What participants have said about Michael’s workshop:

“The music felt meditative and spiritual to me, the singing an emotional release I had never experienced singing before.”

“I especially enjoyed the chance to sing in that safe, centered and meditative way.”

“My breath deepened and I felt warmth in my chest and hands.”

“This violin – most powerful sound.” 

“Michael’s warm, open demeanor created an atmosphere of trust and exploration.”

“Not only did I reach a state of calm, centered and connected, I am leaving with specific tools I can use for myself and in my work.”

www.SoundAndHealth.org

Sat, March 23, 2019
11:00 am
 - 1:00 pm
Balance Arts Center, 151 West 30th Street, NY, NY 10001
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Saturday, March 23 from 11 am to 1 pm

Balance Arts Center
151 West 30th Street, 3rd floor (Room 7)
NY, NY 10001

(28th Street stop on 1 train, 34th Street Herald Square stop on B,D,F, M, N, Q, R, W)

Tuition: $40

Click here if you wish to register/prepay

In this workshop, I invite participants into the silence between musical experiences, through activities that include listening to solo Bach and Indian music on the violin, as well as vocalizing together. Throughout, attention is focused on conscious breathing, relaxation in the body and mind, the effect of the music on one’s thoughts, how one feels, and what changes in awareness take place during listening. Participants experience that their breathing becomes deeper, emotions are calmer, and the mind becomes clear and focused. There is a renewed freedom from stressful thoughts, anxiety and fatigue as well as an increased energy and awareness of vibration in the body. No prior musical experience is necessary.

What participants have said about Michael’s workshop:

“The music felt meditative and spiritual to me, the singing an emotional release I had never experienced singing before.”

“I especially enjoyed the chance to sing in that safe, centered and meditative way.”

“My breath deepened and I felt warmth in my chest and hands.”

“This violin – most powerful sound.” 

“Michael’s warm, open demeanor created an atmosphere of trust and exploration.”

“Not only did I reach a state of calm, centered and connected, I am leaving with specific tools I can use for myself and in my work.”

www.SoundAndHealth.org

Sun, January 27, 2019
3:00 pm
 - 5:00 pm
Reflections Yoga, 227 East 24th Street, New York, NY 10010
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Sunday, January 27 from 3 to 5 pm

Reflections Yoga
227 East 24th Street
NY, NY 10010

Tuition: $40

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In this workshop, I invite participants into the silence between musical experiences, through activities that include listening to solo Bach and Indian music on the violin, as well as vocalizing together. Throughout, attention is focused on conscious breathing, relaxation in the body and mind, the effect of the music on one’s thoughts, how one feels, and what changes in awareness take place during listening. Participants experience that their breathing becomes deeper, emotions are calmer, and the mind becomes clear and focused. There is a renewed freedom from stressful thoughts, anxiety and fatigue as well as an increased energy and awareness of vibration in the body. No prior musical experience is necessary.

What participants have said about Michael’s workshop:

“The music felt meditative and spiritual to me, the singing an emotional release I had never experienced singing before.”

“I especially enjoyed the chance to sing in that safe, centered and meditative way.”

“My breath deepened and I felt warmth in my chest and hands.”

“This violin – most powerful sound.” 

“Michael’s warm, open demeanor created an atmosphere of trust and exploration.”

“Not only did I reach a state of calm, centered and connected, I am leaving with specific tools I can use for myself and in my work.”

www.SoundAndHealth.org

Mon, December 24, 2018
3:00 pm
 - 5:00 pm
Ananda Ashram, 13 Sapphire Road Monroe NY 10950
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This workshop takes participants into the silence between musical experiences, through activities that include listening to solo Bach and Indian music on the violin, and vocalizing notes together. Throughout, attention is paid to breathing, relaxation in the body, the effect of the music on one’s thoughts, how one feels, and what changes take place during listening. Participants experience that their breathing becomes deeper, emotions are calmer, and the mind becomes clear and focused. There is a renewed freedom from stressful thoughts and fatigue as well as an increased awareness of vibration in the body.

No prior musical experience is necessary.

Tuition $25
Call 845.782.5575
for advance registration