TODAY - Sound Healing: Destress Event


Contributed by Hierald Osorto

Stop by for a relaxing transition to the end of the semester today, Wednesday December 11th from 7-8PM . 

Sound healing is a practice that uses vibrations (vocal or instrumental-like gongs, Tibetan singing bowls and tuning forks) in order to relax your mind and body. Take a rest from the hectic last week of classes with Amara Grace and the Office of Religious and Spiritual Life! 

About Sound Healing
Sound baths (or sound meditation) is a gentle, yet powerful, path to relaxation and profound healing. Sound can be used to create coherence and harmony within every level of our beings; physical, mental, emotional and spiritual. Every sound bath is a unique journey providing an endless opportunity for transformation.  

Amara Grace is a sound worker that loves to create deeply immersive sound journeys, to weave a web of earthly and cosmic vibrations to help facilitate a healing space for people to transform and blossom into their highest self.

Individuals with disabilities requiring accommodations should contact Religious and Spiritual Life at We ask that requests for accommodations be made as soon as possible.