Thu, Mar 26|
Atrium at Haworth
Sound Bath | Frequencies as a Form of Medicine: (PRIVATE EVENT) Haworth + Lafayette Metal & Glass Company, New York, NY
A Meditation For Corporate Employees: In an average 9-to-5 work day, just 5 minutes of deep breathing, reflection, and tension release can work to decrease stress levels and increase overall productivity. Refreshments will be served at all events. Yoga mat & microfiber towel giveaway to first 50.
Time & Location
Mar 26, 2020, 4:00 PM – 5:00 PM
Atrium at Haworth, 125 Park Ave, New York, NY 10017, USA
About the event
WORKLIFE WELLNESS IN THE ROUND
at Haworth and Lafayette Metal and Glass
three-event series mind-body-spirit in thought and action
Lafayette and Haworth have teamed up to craft a wellness program in three parts, tailored to a design and construction industry audience, centered around developing mindfulness and managing stress response through active practice - Yoga, Skills Workshop, Sound Bath. Chill out with us this winter at the Haworth showroom for three amazing events. As a priority guest, be the first to reserve one of 50 spots each for Yoga and Sound Bath. Refreshments will be served at all events. Yoga mat and microfiber towel giveaway to first 50 full series RSVPs.
Sound Bath | Frequencies as a Form of Medicine
March 26, 4 pm
125 Park Avenue
Roll out that yoga mat once again, and settle in for some sound work, a 2,500-year-old wellness practice brought to the atrium at Haworth. Being immersed in sound like this gently reverses the autonomic nervous system, causing brain waves to move from beta - high stress - to alpha, theta, and eventually delta, in which deep relaxation occurs.
Sound waves are said to calm the nervous system and balance the ‘subtle body,’ energy that vibrates throughout the innermost layers of the body. In addition to balancing the subtle body, this holistic practice of sound bathing has also been known to work wonders for stress relief, insomnia, anxiety, chronic pain, and even depression. Some people describe it as a shift in consciousness and a chance to unplug from reality. The result of a sound bath is the calming and silencing of the constant chattering in your mind.
Partake in this ancient healing art with International Sound Therapist, Tara Atwood.