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In this Training, we will cover:


  • What is Sound Meditation?

  • Cultivating a Sound Practice

  • Different types of Sound offerings

  • History of sound meditation in the US, etc...

  • Instrument Basics

Physiological Effects:

  • Basics in the biological effects of sound meditation

  • Neuroplasticity


  • Exploration through Experiential Practice

  • The root is Silence

  • What the greats have to teach us

How to Listen | How to Lead

  • Hands-on-instructional practice

  • Cultivating your sound life + work

No need to bring your own instrument, but please do if you want to. Please bring something to take notes, any snack/drinks that you require, wear comfortable clothes, anything that helps you feel aligned or serves your practice, and an open heart and mind. Please email with any questions, concerns or special needs:

Saturday and Sunday | Nov 3 & 4

1:30 - 5:30PM

$175 Early Bird (ends Oct 31) | $215 standard

20% off for members

*Instrument Fair: You can purchase Instruments at a discount during the training.


Maraliz Campos is a certified sound practitioner, yoga instructor + dj who offers workshops, sensory events, original recordings and teacher trainings around the United States. She guides her students through increased self awareness, yoga therapeutics, meditation, and sound vibrations using her kinesthetic approach to instruction.

Her sound certification was completed under she has studied with Sara Auster in NYC and Silvia Nakkach, Dr. John Beaulieu, Wendy Young, Lynn Tran and other industry pioneers. Maraliz completed her yoga teacher training while undergoing chemotherapy in 2015 after which she shadowed Jyl Kutsche for 8 months in therapeutic yoga at the Dallas Yoga Center.

Her transmission ceremony of Thich Nhat Hanh's Five Mindfulness Trainings was completed with Terry Cortes-Vega at the Dallas Meditation Center. Maraliz curates sensory experiences for all types of festivals and events. She helps others ease stress with vibrations and movement using ambient tracks, personal recordings, Himalayan/crystal singing bowls, tuning forks, violin, vocal looping, synths and percussive instruments.