"Deep Listening represents a heightened state of awareness and connects to all that there is." -Pauline Oliveros
We listen with our entire bodies.
When we gather weekly for an improvisation, a soundbath, a sunset trail, or anything else -- we hope to exist in communion with the environment and the community we are with, in a space where there is no wrong way to be.
"We need acts of restoration, not only for polluted waters and degraded lands, but also for our relationship to the world." -Dr. Robin Wall Kimmerer
How often do we notice the curtain call of a bird at daybreak, rustling of the leaves at dusk, shimmering sounds of the sea at midnight? The movement of the air on our skin, or the quiet aliveness of the nature that surrounds us?
As an outdoor arts & well-being collective, we would like to share our respect and acknowledge our presence on the traditional, ancestral, and unceded territories of the Gabrieliño-Tongva, Chumash, Tataviam, and Kizh peoples, the traditional caretakers of Tovaangar and lands we gather upon.