Art & Healing: Soundbath with Ambiente432 and Nara Woodland

Join us Saturday, June 10, from 1–2 p.m. for a sound bath experience with Nara Woodland of Brain Body Balance Sound Therapy. Nara’s sound bath will include frequencies from Ambiente432, an interactive sound sculpture created for the museum’s Pavilion Gallery by artist and composer Trimpin. After the sound bath, Kristin Becker, Curator of Education & Programs, will offer a short tour of Keiko Hara: Four Decades of Paintings and Prints in relation the Art & Healing theme.

A sound bath is a meditative experience that uses intentional and soothing ambient sounds composed by the practitioner. Participants are bathed in deep sound vibrations while tuning in to a full-body listening experience. These frequencies can slow down brain waves to a deeply restorative state, activating the body’s parasympathetic nervous system. This is where the body begins its self-healing. Sound and vibration healing is an effective and proven modality that uses vibration and sound to help reduce stress, alter consciousness, and create a deep sense of peace, well-being and better health. Come and experience this collaboration between Nara Woodland and Ambiente432.

Location | The Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art WSU is located in the Crimson Cube (on Wilson Road across from Martin Stadium and the CUB) on the WSU Pullman campus. For more information please visit museum.wsu.edu/about.

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