East Forest Ceremony

A unique bird in the Wild West aviaries of electronic music and wellness.

Joins us for a transformative concert + ritual experience that incorporates elements of live music, meditation, sound healing – including songs from the album RAM DASS.

As you enter the space the mood will be set with the smudging of palo santo. Write your intention on an Intention Card as you are guided into group meditations as you rest and relax while enjoying a musical concert – mixing traditional East Forest songs with deep ambient soundscapes — allow the music to take you on a inner journey toward the wellspring of wisdom within. Leave with feelings of tranquility, hopefulness and self-empowerment. East Forest Ceremony is an intersection between technology, nature and the human experience — with a brain-body approach aimed towards a secular yet deeply spiritual experience — a methodology grounded as much in science as in ritual and ceremony.

East Forest is a unique bird in the Wild West aviaries of electronic music and the field of wellness.  While his “electro-acoustic orchestral ambient pop’ can be contextualized along with Aphex Twin, Philip Glass and Sigur Ros, the fundamental mission of his project is to create sonic architecture for others to explore their inner space.

This intimate event will be a seated sonic journey through space and time. Fully alive and present, let East Forest guide you through a journey of sound, sense and emotion.

22 February 2020

6:30pm - 8:30pm

Glenelg Studio

$45 (10% members discount)

Meet East Forest

As a teacher and facilitator, East Forest has trail-blazed a path in the wellness movement building bridges between the digital and natural worlds.  As a leader in the burgeoning field of “organic tech”, he regularly cross pollinates his work to bring together diverse fields to explore the intersection between technology, nature and the human experience — with a brain-body approach aimed towards secular yet deeply spiritual personal development; a methodology grounded as much in science as in ritual and ceremony.  His collaborations include Google and John Hopkins neuroaesthetics program.

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