Cosmic Waves Moving Meditation
About the event
SATURDAY FEBRUARY 3, 2018 // 7PM-9PM
In this workshop using planetary frequencies, drone sounds and gentle rhythms we will embark on a journey of listening, meditating and moving, we will hear, feel and experience sounds, we will learn how to elevate our sense and become more aware and present in our own life .
Trough energy centres in our body we will feel the significant healing and emotional power we can have trough the simple tool of listening.
Our main objective will be to stay present, listen with full awareness and with no judgment .
You can expect to sit, stand, and move with a gentle vinyasa sequence.
Following the hour long workshop, we will screen the documentary, THE LAYA PROJECT followed by Q&A.
Working on this film has had a significant stamp on Yotam's journey and the way he perceive sounds.
Yotam Agam, producer, yoga teacher and and the co founder of DoGood Yoga has been exploring trough his extensive travels for many years the humble relationships between Yoga Practice and Sounds. His soundscapes main objective is to elevate the practice experience by creating focus & rhythm.
Based in India for over a decade Yotam has developed platforms to bring people together trough his different passions for Yoga, Music & Surf .
he produces festivals , films and music projects and his work has taken him all over the world sharing his experience .
He has been part of the Wanderlust family festival circuit for the past couple of years .
Following the workshop we will screen one of his documentaries, THE LAYA PROJECT (67min) followed by Q&A.
Working on the film had significant stamp on Yotam journey and the way he perceive sounds .
The LAYA PROJECT
The project is a personal and collective musical documentary, dedicated to the survivors of the December 26, 2004 asian tsunami .
A team of sound designers and Film makers took a two-year journey through six countries, including India, Indonesia, Maldives, Sri- Lanka, Thailand and Myanmar, documented and interacted with the local musicians.
The main objective was to expose the various art forms of the communities who uses music as a major tool in their lifestyle.
The outcome of the journey is a a beautiful Visual journey with rare recordings and production.
Laya Project has been screened at international film festivals across the world . won various awards, such as Founder's Choice Award at the NYC International film festival, Best Film Award at the Byron Bay Film Festival, Special Juror's Choice Award at Zanzibar international Film Festival and the Audience Award at Imaginaria Film Festival in Italy.
It has also been broadcast worldwide on the National Geographic Channel.