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Mental health, Creative arts

Sound Bath with Irene Feher - In-person


Date & time
Thursday, March 28, 2024
3:30 p.m. – 4 p.m.

Registration is closed

Speaker(s)

Dr. Irene Feher

Cost

This event is free

Organization

CU Wellness

Contact

Jillian Ritchie

Wheel chair accessible

Yes

Features an instructional component from 3:30 to 4 p.m., with a sound bath from 4 to 4:30 p.m.

Bring your yoga mat! Seats will also be provided. Register or drop-in!

Accompanying her voice with singing bowls, a hand pan, ocean drum, flutes and other gentle instruments, Irene Feher will perform gentle soothing sounds that will bring you into a restful calm state.

As you sit or lie down and let the sounds wash over you, your brain state will gradually be altered from a normal waking state to a more relaxed state, and maybe even a dreamlike and restorative state.

To have the best experience for yourself and others around you we ask the following:

  • Please arrive 10-minutes before so you can make yourself comfortable before the sound bath begins.
  • Silence your phone and any devices you have with you.
  • Allow time in your schedule to stay for the full 30-minutes, and then allow yourself another 5-10 minutes of additional time afterwards so you can leave the space slowly and retain your state of calm.

Facilitator:

Dr. Irene Feher is a musician, sound artist and Concordia professor in the Faculty of Music. With over 27 years of teaching experience and a passion for healthy vocal production, Irene combines her discipline as a classically trained singer with her knowledge of vocal function exercises, somatic awareness, and improvisation to create a holistic program of vocal study that is catered to each person she works with.

Irene is dedicated to supporting musicians' wellness. She studied Musician's Wellness with Dr. Louise Montello (New York) and continues her own daily practice of meditation and yoga. Irene is a member of the teaching staff of Music for People, where she facilitates vocal improvisation and runs the Live Your Music program at Concordia.

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