What is a Vibrational Voyage?

Are you feeling stressed out, overworked, tired, in need of a tune up or simply wish to experience a state of deep relaxation? Then consider taking a Vibrational Voyage, offered by the Creative Caboose. During one of these sessions, we take you on a journey into smooth, coherent sounds and vibrations, the opposite of the chaotic frequencies that you experience when you’re out of balance, upset or feeling stressed. Intended to help move your mind, body and emotional well being back into vibrational harmony, this meditative experience also may assist in opening your creative flow.

A group session typically lasts a total of one hour, which includes a brief speaking introduction before the sounds, frequencies and vibrations begin to fill the room.

You’ll be be lying down (face up) for 45 minutes and will experience a combination of various instruments, including tingsha cymbals, Himalayan singing bowls, gongs, chimes, bells, tuning forks, melodic metal tongue drums, and Native American flutes. You may choose to sit if lying down is problematic for you.

How does it work?

We are energetic beings and everything in the universe is vibrating, whether you can visibly see it or not.

Your body is comprised primarily of water and just like when you throw a rock into a pond, it creates movement and waves. The same applies with your body when it picks up stable, consistent sounds and vibrations, which move through you at finer levels and dissipate into your cells. Think of it as a cellular massage, capable of releasing blockages in your mind, body and spirit.

At the very least, our Vibrational Voyages are intended to produce a peaceful, de-stressed, relaxed alpha or theta state, allowing you to restore your overall being’s natural harmony.

Sessions also may be conducted on a one-to-one basis where the singing bowls are literally placed on your body and you can feel the vibrations penetrating literally through your skin!

To learn more, send us an email or call us at 772.221.2425. You can also check the Upcoming Events schedule. This program has been funded in part by a Women Supporting the Arts grant.