Yoga of Sound: Nada Brahma and Music Medicine with Yuval Ron
April 15, 2018 @ 12:30 pm - 3:30 pm| $40 – $45
Experience the power of Sound Yoga (Nada Brahma), a Hindu tradition of meditation where the Yogi’s mind focuses on inner sound and vocal chanting. Learn how the Yoga of Sound was used as a path to inner peace and ecstatic states of consciousness, the neuro science that confirms the impact of sound on the brain, and how music was used as medicine in in ancient India, ancient Israel, as well as in the Ottoman Turkish empire. These practices promote healing by lowering stress, anxiety, depression, and anger, and have been shown scientifically to impact the structure and function of the brain in ways that enhance memory, cognition and awareness.
Yuval Ron is an award-winning composer who has been involved in the world of music therapy since a commission in 1990 from the Monroe Institute for hemi sync music composition using binaural beats. He has collaborated with neuroscientists Mark Waldman, Dr. Andrew Newburg and Dr Richard Gold to explore the connection between sound and the brain and has received commissions from Metta Mindfulness Music to create music for medical and healing use in clinics and treatments centers worldwide. Yuval has been invited to speak at numerous schools including: Yale, John Hopkins University, UCLA, Middlebury College, MIT, Berklee College of Music, University of Chicago, and many others. Yuval’s book Divine Attunement: Music as a Path to Wisdom won Gold Medal Award for Best book in Spirituality Category in the Indie Book Award 2015.