with Joshua Miller
Friday, January 31 / 7-9:30 pm
$30 in advance/$35 day-of
Oceans contain between 50% – 80% of all life on Earth. Expanding on this popular healing modality of a sound bath, our offering seeks to preserve the acoustic habitat of marine life. We are facing a critical opportunity to reduce noise pollution in our oceans. Commercial shipping, oil and gas exploration and recreational boating contribute an incredible amount of sound pollution. In some regions, human noise levels in the ocean have doubled every decade for the past half century. This noise interferes with sea animals need to communicate, navigate and hear their surroundings.
Currently, the Monterey Bay National Marine Sanctuary is at risk of receiving increased cruise ship traffic, which would greatly add to ocean noise pollution in the area. Our sound journey will feature recordings of whales, dolphins and seals from deep water by Monterey Bay Canyon. Combined with live instruments representing the element of water, this soundscape represents a collaboration between marine and human life through artistic expression.
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Joshua Miller, founder of Embodied Sounds, is a certified sound healer and multi-instrumentalist experienced with multiple modalities of vibrational healing and group facilitation. He has served humanity as a life-long percussionist, international trip leader and documentary filmmaker across 5-continents. He has been involved with the healing power of music throughout his life, most recently supporting his grandmother on her struggle with dementia and he is excited to share his knowledge and passion for sound with others. Co-founder of the Sounds of the Ocean project, Josh creates immersive sound experiences to connect people back to nature and support environmental organizations.