Meditation with Sound

Date: Sunday, May 6, 2018

Time: 5:00PM - 6:15PM

Instructor: Asura Serra

Location: Pritzlaff Conservation Center Gallery

Spaces still avaialable.  Please register at the class.

Imagine hearing a wind chime on a quiet afternoon. If you listen to those sound long enough, you may fall into sleep or drift away from the endless mind chattering by focusing on each sound. This is the time and place to meditate with simple, authentic sound without any set of melody or rhythm. Asura Serra produces meditative sounds through the vibrations of various instruments such as Tibetan/Crystal singing bowls, voice, bells and rattles. Give your mind a chance to wander into a deeper relaxation and improve overall wellbeing.

Please bring your own blankets, pillows, and yoga mats if you wish to lay on the floor.

Join us the first Sunday of the month, listen and feel the sound to see where they take you.


Image of Izumi Asura SerraIzumi Asura Serra was born in Japan some years ago. She has always loved arts, music and nature and her longing for knowledge and experiencing the larger world eventually led her to move to the United States. There, she discovered many interests such as Childhood Education and Floral Arrangement. In the spring of 1994, she started life as a bodyworker who aids others maintain and restore their physical, emotional, and spiritual being. Asura finally found Sound Meditation in 2015 which she believes is her calling in her life. She knows that we all have the abilities to reach our true potentials and pursue the paths that we came here for and her sincere wish is to share those moments of journey with everyone through sound meditation.