Internationally renowned sound practitioners and musicians, Michael and Jahna, invite the listener into unique states of wellness, inner-clarity, and inspiration through infusing Transformational Tones of ancient Tibetan singing bowls (museum grade, 300-600 yrs.old), Ethereal Voice, Gongs, Koshi Bells, Chimes, Guitar and Song with scientifically supported mindfulness practices. Jahna, a UCLA Certified Mindfulness Facilitator, musician and voice technician, with Michael, an ancient Tibetan Singing Bowl Master and award winning sound engineer/director for movies and television, together facilitate musical healing experiences, retreats and workshops across the internet and globe, from Paris to Greece and throughout the United States.
They’ve performed their unique Transformance experience at SXSW; The Getty; Hammer; Fowler and MOCA museums; and international film and yoga festivals across the globe. Their live music meditation and music sound baths experiences have been attended virtually and globally by tens of thousands; the 21m user InsightTimer app has featured their music and meditation recordings to rave reviews, and their compositions, which are featured in film and television, enjoy a million plays worldwide and growing.
During the pandemic, they co-wrote, produced and composed for their 360 immersive music and art full-dome/VR short film, ‘The Journey’. The film, (which is built upon the foundational principles of mindfulness and sound healing) - was awarded The Audience Choice Award at DomeFestWest 2021 and has since been accepted to SXSW, SAT FEST 2022 & IMERSA, Montreal Full-Dome, Jena, Germany, Melbourne and Byron Bay, Australia film festivals. From this success Michael and Jahna created ‘The Journey: Live!’ - a live, immersive sound, music and art healing adventure that features 360 visuals creatively crafted with soundbath healing, song and ethereal voice , along with a screening of the film in full-dome and planetarium venues. For more information, please contact email@example.com.
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