We're excited to invite you this Thursday, January 23rd, at 7:00 pm to our first ever Zen flute Shakuhachi + singing bowls meditation!

Shakuhachi is traditionally made from the root piece of the Madake bamboo. Japanese flute masters have developed it to become an advanced instrument used for meditation, folk music, and classical music in Japan.

Singing bowls have been used for centuries for healing and meditation purposes. They produce a range of sounds to restore the normal vibratory frequencies of diseased and out-of-harmony parts of your body & mind.

Adi Pieper has a various musical background ranges from Western music, classical guitar, classical voice to Eastern music. His love for the Shakuhachi as a means for meditation led him not only to play it but also to build these flutes. Our sound healer Lana will assist him using Himalayan singing bowls.

The meditation will last for 1 hour. There will be some classical Honkyoku pieces played as well as some free improvisations. Each piece will be followed by several minutes of silent sitting. The entrance is not fixed priced, it's made for donation: it means everybody leaves as much as they want and can (depending on your experience and gratitude). You are welcome!

P.S. Watch this video with Adi playing his Shakuhachi in the end of our kirtan: