Sonic Saturday is my monthly sound bath at Pure Yoga, with each month featuring a special musical guest. For July's sound bath, I'm excited to bring back Philly-based musician, and a dear friend of mine, Sean Hoots. Join us for a session of deep listening, meditative soundscape, and lush, ethereal harmonies, woven with Himalayan and crystal bowls, tuning forks, gong, shrutti box, chimes and other world and shamanic instruments.
We are vibrational beings. Sound baths incorporate instruments with healing frequencies to re-tune body and mind, encourage relaxation, and stimulate the imagination to go on an inward journey. This transformative, deeply meditative 90-minute experience of sound and music opens with breath work to set up body and mind for relaxation. You're then guided into a supported pose, which allows you to melt into the soothing waves of vibration.
Perhaps best known for his work with the touring ensemble Hoots & Hellmouth, Sean has been writing, recording, and performing music for over two decades in a myriad of styles, from rock to roots to electronic. His recent focus has been on healing modalities within ancient and contemporary music. Jessica and Sean have been creating soundscapes together since they met last year on retreat in the Amazonian jungle.