Daniel Devatman Givens
Daniel Devatman Givens received his Intergral Yoga 200-hour certification in Spring of 2019 and his personal trainer certification in 2010. As a visual and sound artist, writer, and performer, his creative work explores the intersection of spirituality and humanity. A dedicated Karma Yogi, he is often found cooking in the IYI kitchen, or serving as sound man for various events and Kirtans. His musical exploration expanded deeply once discovering the secular and sacred music of Turiya Alice Coltrane and more recently with his work with Larraji Nadabrahmananda. He is currently studying sound therapy with Grand Gong Master Don Conreaux. He looks forward to offering the benefits of celestial sounds to the IYI community and beyond.
Do you need an opportunity to relax, release, and rejuvenate?
Since ancient times, sound and vibration has been used in celebration, moments of mourning, creating community, and establishing a direct connection to the spirit world. Vibration provides an opportunity for the body to relax, release tension and revitalize energy. For some, deep healing can occur when the body moves into a relaxed state.
This hour-long journey will begin with a short guided meditation followed by an expansive bed of sound. Gongs, singing bowls and chimes will be played by Devatman or Subrah, students of Gong Master Don Conreaux. Feel the energy of the vibration sweep through the body as you sit in a chair or lay on the floor supported by blankets and pillows.