Live as if you were to die tomorrow.

Learn as if you were to live forever.

– Mahatma Gandhi


3.5 Hours

Our immersive sonic journey inward includes 5 chapters:
Talk. About the therapeutic properties of sound and how to use it as a meditative tool.
Vocal Meditation. Using our own voices, we will explore the delicate balance between contributing to and receiving from the collective in a meaningful way.
Breathwork. Inspired by Dr. Stanislav Grof’s Holotropic technique, we will practice a powerful form of breath that enables to disconnect from the “monkey mind” and reach heightened states of awareness and a deeper state of meditation.
Sound. We will play a variety of overtone-emitting instruments, including gongs, Himalayan singing bowls, tuning forks, bells, chimes and more.
Connecting. An opportunity to share musings, thoughts, feelings and poetics about our individual experiences.


Open. No prior experience necessary.


2.5 Hours

A powerful journey of self-inquiry, mystery and magic. We explore the depths of the psyche through three different breathing patterns and a curated and evocative musical selection. This is an opportunity to release stagnant energy from the body, induce cellular memory, and bring unconscious content into conscious awareness, as a means of entering an honest healing process.

The session begins with an informative talk about what you should expect, the practice, the science, the benefits, and shared tips and techniques on how to maintain presence.


Open. No prior experience necessary, yet not suited for pregnant mamas, and people with severe cardiovascular disorders.


1 - 2 Hours

Our signature vinyasa yoga practice borrows elements from sound therapy, such as vocal toning and use of overtone-emitting instruments, and focuses on asana sequence creativity and repetition. Highly inspired by non-ordinary states of consciousness. The experience also includes hands-on assists, blindfolded segments, our essential oil blend, and a complimentary fresh elixir shot.


Intermediate, though all are welcome - modifications are frequently offered to increase/reduce challenge.