Sound Journey + Chakra Meditation
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About the Event
Join Gershone Hendelberg and Jesse Stern on their Northwest tour for a sound Journey and Guided Chakra Meditation + Mantra!
Sound healing with a variety of high vibrational instruments and songs to take you on a deep journey to reset and restore the nervous system and expand your heart. We’ll be working with the healing frequencies of the colors and associated chakras: cleansing, releasing, resetting, activating!!
Be open and receive!! ✨
Cost: $20 advance registration, $25 at the door
✨ About Gershone Hendelberg: Based out of Athens/Atlanta, Gershone chants/sings to spread Light through Sacred Sounds... Chanting sacred mantras & songs in Sanskrit, English, and Hebrew... facilitating sound healing experiences for expanding our self expression and connecting to the source.
In 2015, he spent six weeks in northern India to simply dip his toes into Indian classical music, and returned inspired to share his love of Kirtan to all across the nation!
He has played all over the United States, and events in Canada, Brazil, India, Thailand and Bali. Gershone has played with David Newman, Wah!, Mayapuris, Girish, Flavia Krishna, and Ananda Rasa Kirtan.
✨ About Jesse Stern: Jesse is a multi-instrumentalist who mainly plays tabla, guitar, and Bansuri flute. Born in Corvallis, Oregon, he grew up learning the love of music by listening to his Dad play guitar and his Mom sing. He began his musical education during elementary school, studying classical piano, and then moved onto jazz and classical guitar studies through middle school and high school, further going on to receive a degree in Jazz Guitar Performance from Portland State University.
After graduating Jesse began to practice different types of yoga and found an especially deep connection with the practices of Ashtanga, Bhakti, and Nada Yoga, the yoga of sound. To further explore Nada Yoga, Jesse relocated to Marin County, California in the spring of 2014 to study classical Indian music at the Ali Akbar College of Music in San Rafael, learning tabla from Pt. Swapan Chaudhuri, and vocal study independent from the college with Smt. Kankana Banerjee. He currently resides in the Bay Area, where he continues to study and play music.