Journey to the world of sounds with rare instruments (Pärnu)

Rüütli 39, Pärnu

We are going to journey to the world of sounds. Sound therapist Elis Annelie talks about her instruments and the distant countries that she visited in order to acquire these.

Sound therapy is a unique way of relieving tension and stress. Research also confirms the positive effect of sound therapies. Elis Annelie is going to take us along on a journey of sounds which combines the wisdom of historic sound therapy schools – Tibetan, Nepalese, Indian, German, and Russian traditions.

The natural sounds of real instruments take away anxiety and restlessness. Sound waves and harmonies help establish and strengthen emotional balance.

In the course of the event, we are going to listen to the sounds of Tibetan singing bowls, gongs, drums, string instruments, and unique instruments, such as TaKoMo and crystal harp.

At the end of the journey, we will drink some tea together and Elis Annelie will tell us about her instruments and the far-away lands she has visited in order to acquire these.

  • Language level: A2
  • Time: 29.10 from 12.00-14.30
  • Location: Rüütli 39 (second floor, Tähed ja Pärlid), Pärnu
  • No of participants: 12

Contact person: Silja Joon
Registration: (15.10 at 9.00) https://iseteenindus.integratsioon.ee/service/view/11778?lang=en

NB! You can register for the events through the Integration Foundation's self-service, which you can enter using an ID card, Mobile-ID or Smart-ID. Please see the user guide: https://integratsioon.ee/iseteenindus

Additional information:

Tallinna eesti keele maja