Yoga. Meditation. Health.
The Harn Museum of Art and the UF Mindfulness team have created a new program, to be held in person at the museum. This series of guided meditations is inspired by art in the Harn collections. Take a break from your regular schedule to slow down, experience stillness, and re-charge. Forty minutes of guided meditation with the gong is followed by an art spotlight tour. This is a free event but tickets are required. Register now.
Come immerse yourself in the sounds of the gong. The gong is a great prop to deep your savasana, as the complex sounds of alter brain waves to promote deep relaxation. ALL levels welcome to this hour-long practice. We will start with a half hour of movement and move to a half hour sound meditation done lying down. Space is limited.
These longer immersion workshops create space and time to deepen your practice. Working in the tradition of Kundalini Yoga, we will use rhythm of the breath, posture, and meditation to connect with instincts and intuition, release stress and energize. Immersions conclude with a half hour savasana, or final relaxation, with live gong. Because the tones and vibrations of the gong do not follow a predictable pattern, the mind cannot make sense of it and will move into a state of relaxed awareness. In this way, the gong is an instrument for creating a spontaneous meditative state so that the listener can let go of doing – and feel the joy of simply being. ALL levels welcome.
If you are a studio who would like to host a workshop, please reach out using the contact page.