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Morning Meditation with Sound

Begin your day in community and contemplation and experience the wonders that come with a morning meditation practice. This class is intended to bring your awareness and focus inwards to help encourage harmony, flow and unity within. Each class will explore different mindfulness techniques including breath work, visualization, intention setting, heart centering and mantra. Each class will also include a practice of deep listening with an immersive soundscape created with a harmonic arrangement of overtone-emitting instruments that may include chimes, mallet percussion instruments, Himalayan and alchemy crystal singing bowls, gongs, tuning forks, shruti box and voice.

All mats and props are provided, however you are welcome to bring your own mat if you prefer.

This class is donation based PWYC. All are welcome.

About Kiko Sounds

Kiko is a teacher and artist specializing in sound therapy, meditation, yoga and relational aesthetics. As the co-founder of Toronto's contemporary design shop Magic Pony, and art gallery Narwhal, she spent over a decade collaborating with artists from around the globe, curating exhibitions, publications and interactive environments. Now she combines her experiences in contemporary culture with holistic modalities to offer ephemeral, immersive experiences intended to guide you back to a state of wholeness. Kiko creates settings for deep listening that induce profound states of relaxation and meditation, inviting in opportunities for intuitive awareness, self-healing and expansive creativity.

Kiko is a certified yoga instructor who has studied Integral Sound Healing at the Svaram Music Research Center in Auroville, India, Biosonics with Dr. John Beaulieu and sound meditation with Sara Auster (NYC). She studies Sri Vidya and the Himalayan Sage Tradition via the Himalayan Institute of Yoga Science and Philosophy and is certified in Contemplative Psychotherapy through Nalanda (NYC).

Earlier Event: April 16
Sound~Bath April 16
Later Event: May 8