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Celestial Sounds Concert and Sonic Toning Immersion 

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Shuniya Studios in Kingston presents a weekend of events that enrich the soul with music and laughter. On October 3 at 8 pm, mystic musicians Laraaji NadaBrahmananda and Arji OceAnanda perform a meditative tone journey to inner space, offering a blissful celestial sounds concert for zither, harp, kalimbas, chimes, ancient wind gongs, and voice. On Sunday October 5 at 3 pm, Laraaji NadaBrahmananda and Arji OceAnanda will lead a laughter and consciousness workshop. This interactive experience uses laughter-cises to stimulate the brain, heart, abdominal organs, and expand lung capacity and oxygenation, while reducing stress, tension, and negativity. Expect creative movement, singing, and deep relaxation to live music by Laraaji and Ariji OceAnanda. Both events are $25 in advance, $30 at the door, and $20 for students and seniors. (845) 481-1183; Shuniyastudios.com

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