Date & Time
9:30 am - 5:30 pm
For thousands of years indigenous cultures have understood the profound effect that the rhythmic patterns and sounds of nature have on our well-being. This primordial pulse of life is woven throughout nature, from our own DNA to the galaxies, making it a source of deep transformation and healing. Come explore these elemental patterns of nature and learn to entrain with them using your own movement and sound. Through the use of body percussion and vocal exercises; group relaxation; and sound work using clay, wood, metal, and water percussive instruments; we will explore how the inner and outer rhythms of nature help us integrate balance into our lives. Clinical approaches of this method will be presented along with neuroscience and therapeutic music production, programs that are used in clinical settings around the world.
A Two-Day Workshop
Saturday & Sunday, November 17 – November 18
November 17, 9:30 am – 5:30 pm
November 18, 9:30 am – 4:30 pm
$350 (Members & Nonmembers)
This program can be taken individually or as part of the Integrative Sound & Music Training program.
New York Open Center
Nacho Arimany is the composer and co-producer of inTime a world music and 9CD rhythm-based music-listening, therapeutic program created to improve brain function, developed in collaboration with Sheila Allen and Advanced Brain Technologies. He is also the creator of The Arimany Method, a movement and voice technique that helps create specific architecture in the brain to promote peak performance, fast learning, and neuroplasticity.