Sound Immersion Meditation Session

Miller Park Aviary
$25.00 LR | $31.00
10:00 AM
11:00 AM
Lyndsey Hoyle

Immerse in soothing sounds and relax during a sound meditation session in the beautiful, calming Miller Park Aviary. Participants will be guided through a meditation that will leave them feeling at peace in mind, body, and soul. After the meditation, enjoy calming tea and a light, healthy snack. Yoga mats and blankets available on site, or bring your own. Register by 3/9.

A Sound Bath is a full-body listening experience that intentionally uses sound to invite gentle yet powerful therapeutic processes to nurture the mind and body. 

The experience begins with each person lying down or seated in a comfortable position, often with a blanket and an eye mask. After a few minutes of guided focus on the breath, the remainder of the experience is filled with different sounds and frequencies being introduced in succession. 

The sounds are created by a variety of instruments including singing bowls, chimes, gong, Native American drums, rattles & voice. When you sink into a sound bath and guide your awareness to your listening, you allow your brain waves to slow, shifting from a more active state to a more relaxed, or even dreamlike state. The sounds introduced during a sound bath are an invitation into a deeper state of consciousness, an opportunity to unplug from the external stimuli and to gain perspective on what’s going on within you.

LYNCHBURG DOG PARKA quick update on our repairs

The small park is scheduled to open on March 22. The large park is scheduled to open on April 5. At that time, we will need to close the small park again to reseed the grass and establish a better turf. We have that project to be completed by June 7. The entire dog park will be open and available for use then.

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