Saturday 8 September 2018, 5–6pm, OTO Project Space
Join us on a journey to understand the relationship between sound, the human body and breath through the depth of Vedic science. The workshop will be guided through the processes of simple breathing and observation in an atmosphere of rich sounds of Tibetan singing bowls and other instruments. Leading to complete relaxation of the mind and the nervous system, along with a practical experience of Prana- the life force behind the physical body through the support of scientifically applied sounds.
In her sessions Farah uses sound as a unique modality that uses acoustical tools such as singing bowls, Nada Yoga, binaural beats, isochronic tones, verbal enunciations and various other modes to help reduce stress and create a deep sense of peace, well being and better health.
Sound healing is an ancient scientifically proven method that uses vibration of sound to induce a deep state of relaxation, balance the chakras and quiet mental chatter. The vibrations of sound penetrate deep inside our physical body to release toxins resulting in reduced pain, inflammation, irritation, bloating, hormonal imbalance, anxiety, insecurity, anger, stress, etc.
Dress comfortably and bring a yoga mat, water, towel and an eye pillow (recommended).
Farah Mulla is an artist and sound therapist based in Mumbai. Her research revolves around sound and its affects on human neurology and human subjectivity. Having a background in both science and art her research takes form of sound installations, sound therapy workshops, body percussion workshops and creative collaborations with scientists and artists around the world.