Primordial Sound Meditation Retreat

Kasey Claytor, Chopra Center certified instructor, will teach Primordial Sound Meditation in a retreat-like course over two Saturdays, March 24 and March 31, in the Osprey Conference Room in Titusville.

Primordial Sound Meditation uses individually selected sounds of nature, called mantras, to disconnect us from the activity of life. Practicing Primordial Sound Meditation on a daily basis helps us manage stress, improve relationships, create inner peace, and enhance sleep, and rediscover yourself. The course includes optional yoga classes, short films, catered graduation lunch, discussions and, of course, group meditations. A free e-booklet is available with a detailed description of the course on the events page.

“Deepak Chopra has revived this authentic meditation process and made it available in a format that can be easily learned and practiced by everyone,” says Claytor.

Register online at, click on events, or call 321-383-4005. Registration ends March 19th

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