04 Nov

Visual Reality // VR * Sound Healing * Meditation

1629 18th St, Santa Monica, CA 90404 7:00 pm - 11:00 pm



Space • Frequency • Dimension

Virtual Reality Meditation Experiences, Visual Projection & 432Hz Healing Sounds and Frequencies.

◢ EXHIBITION • free // open to all (more info below)

◢ VISUAL SOUND BATH : admission $25
(37/40 spots remaining)

A Transformative Sound Healing Meditation with Projected Visuals.

�Audioscapes : torkomji
�Visualscapes michael strauss

*Featured Guest Sound Healer : Lynda Arnold (tibetan bowls, chimes, voice, flute, drum)

*Performing new mantra song ‘Ra Ma Da Sa’ with Visuals and collaborating with Torkom Ji during the Sound Meditation

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◢ 432Hz Quantum Harmonix Sessions
by Torkom Ji

These short 5-10 minute sessions utilize natural movement of sound, harmonics, low end frequencies, 432Hz pitch, and a device warmed by vacuum tubes. Allow for these healing and penetrative tones and sounds to open up blockages and recalibrate your mind & body to a harmonious state of peaceful awareness. Bass frequencies are directly transmitted into the body of recepients via Subpac M2 wearable vest.

◢ NAGA 360
by Michael Strauss

Naga is a 360 degree audio/visual experience produced in collaboration with David Starfire. Get a sneak peek inside this immersive 3D fractal animated music video before it is released to the public.

by Anshul Pendse

Inner Activity is a multi-sensory virtual reality experience presented as a physical art installation. It combines interaction design and game technologies, sound healing and vibro-acoustic therapy techniques, physical set design, and concepts from meditation and spirituality. It utilizes the Oculus Rift and the SubPac, a tactile bass system for achieving whole body stimulation through synchronized audiovisual, haptic and olfactory feedback. This experience is a preliminary exploration into potential applications for using immersive virtual reality entertainment in healthcare, therapy and medicine.

“Floating Euphoria” by Page Turner

​​”An experience that encourages meditation, visualisation and contemplation of self.” -VRfocus Article

“Anyone feeling stressed out, any kind of social anxiety problem, can just come into this space.” UKrifter Review

​”It’s relaxing and meditative, leading you to pleasantly lose yourself in a way that’s similar to an acid trip.”
-Jason Tucker, Managing Editor, Clone Wars; Disney; Universal Studios.

*Utilizing GearVR, Oculus, And SubPac technologies


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Lynda’s extensive performance experience over the past two decades includes performing with a variety of DJs as an instrumentalist and vocalist, performing her electronic music live solo and with a band, providing flute, vocals and technology support for various bands and soloists, collaborating on a cutting edge piano duo called Hammer Inventions and forging a new path into the world of sound healing music by providing live music meditations with a variety of acoustic instruments. Check out Events for upcoming performances and workshops.


With multiple albums, singles and compilation appearances to her credit, Lynda is a modern renaissance woman in the recording studio. Fiercely DIY, she brings together her inspiration, talent and community of musicians to collaborate on cutting edge music that ranges from driving electronica to trip-hop songwriting to meditative ambient music and more. She has played on two Microsoft video games soundtracks and now is venturing further into scoring for visual media. In addition, future album releases are in development. Find out more on the Music Production page.


Lynda has taught at audio and music production schools, community music centers and privately in her studio for over 18 years. She is passionate about coaching the next generation of musicians and forging a connection between strong music fundamentals and new technology. Found out more about her teaching philosophies and offerings on the Education page and LearningwithLynda.com. Also check out her articles on music theory, sound healing and reviews of music software and hardware on AskAudioMag.com.
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