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The oldest cultures in the East considered that the disease has its roots in an energy imbalance, since the universe vibrates in a constant, each atom, each organ produces a sound due to its movement and rhythm. They vibrate at a certain frequency and as a whole in harmony with the whole body. When the frequency is distorted (usually because of our stress-laden lifestyle, worries and excessive mental activity) harmony breaks down and energy blockages and illness appear. The principles of resonance tell us that it is possible to modify these discordant frequencies, by means of the emission of other frequencies through sound and vibration. In this case through the ancestral instruments and songs used in Sanamúsica. How is the session: The session begins in a posture of meditation, with breathing exercises to calm the mind and decontract the body, we continue with a harmonization of our energy centers (Chakras) and we go to bed to receive a guided relaxation (Yoga Nidra). Once lying and relaxed, with our eyes covered, we begin to receive the vibration of the sound of instruments such as Didjeridoo, Sattva Drum, Shamanic Drum, Koshi Bell, Kalimba, Native Flutes, Tubular Bells, Tibetan Bowls, Yacapa, among others. During the session we will offer Aromatherapy with essential oils and Reiki.

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Next meeting: Face-to-face in Palermo.

On Saturday 04/02 at 7:00 p.m. in Palermo, CABA, in the space, Darwin 1351.

The event has limited capacity.



Value of the meeting for early entry:


Value at door:



Pay them by bank transfer or  Payment Market.


Data for bank transfer:

Head: Sabina Greenberg Farías
Santander Bank
Branch: 426
Accounts: 426-002407/3
CBU: 0720426988000000240736

Payment Market Data:

Pay as money transfer to ALIAS:  yoga.sound

Once you have made the payment, send us the receipt to and we will reply with the address.

About the meeting:

In this meeting we explore sacred song as an instrument to reach the heart, enter states of devotion and union.


By chanting different names of the sacred, we connect with a vibration of love. This is the powerful practice of Bhakti Yoga, the Yoga of devotion. By chanting various mantras in a circle, we experience the vibration of pronouncing the Sanskrit syllables and a great opening and liberation of our own voice.

Kirtan is singing from the heart, receiving the sound however it comes from within our souls. Allow ourselves to feel all the emotions related to opening our voices. Connect with devotion and love, invoke names of the sacred, meditate on sound, vibrate high.

This circle is a safe space that opens up for you to express yourself, sing, listen and connect. All our voices are unique and together we create harmony. All voices are necessary, all are welcome. If you want to sing, meditate and expand, this practice is for you.

Hari Om Tat Sat

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