Sound Journey Meditation
Reserved seating is limited. Advanced registration is encouraged to reserve a 6’ meditation space for this event. Registrants should bring a yoga mat or meditation cushion. Chairs will not be provided.
Take a 45-minute sound journey with Wandering Spiral (Rick de Yampert, Michelle Davidson, and LuAnn Day) as they play the sitar, crystal bowls, tongue drums, and Native American flutes in the beautiful Ormond Memorial Gardens on National Meditation Day.
This musical experience will take place near the gazebo labyrinth, surrounded by the magic of the spring museum gardens. Guests are encouraged to reserve a space for their yoga mat or meditation cushion. During the concert, guests can walk the labyrinth, meditate, sit, or stroll and let the body and mind wander with the ethereal sounds of nature and music.
This is a pay-what-you-wish program, with tickets starting at $10. Tickets of $20 and above, who register by May 14th, will receive the gift of a beautiful sage bundle package.
About Wandering Spiral:
Rick de Yampert is a sitar, Moyo drum and Native American flute player residing in the Daytona Beach, Florida, area. He performs East-West world fusion, trance, Buddha lounge and Beatles covers, and also some funky fusion and up-tempo, tribal dance soundscapes. Michelle Davidson is an empath and intuitive who specializes in healing modalities through music, art, and writing. LuAnn Day has been playing the crystal bowls since 2012. LuAnn and Michelle have been performing crystal bowl sound meditations together for the last two years in Volusia County.