Fill out the form below to receive this impactful research paper.
- This event has passed.
MindTravel SilentHike in Seattle
April 27, 2019 @ 4:00 pm - 6:30 pm UTC-8
Allow yourself to be carried away by the deep feeling of freedom and connection with MindTravel’s newest musical experience: MindTravel SilentHike. Hikers will gather at a designated point in Seattle and will receive their headphones to wear for the duration of the experience. Once the group reaches the pinnacle of the hike, we will take time to absorb the gorgeous Seattle scenery before heading back down to the bottom of the path.
About MindTravel SilentHike
MindTravel SilentHike journeys are the newest way to practice walking meditation. Over the course of the two-hour experience, you’ll join other MindTravelers exploring local hiking trails while listening to MindTravel music through headphones. The evocative, improvisational piano music ignites freedom and expansiveness that amplifies the healing and inspirational power of being in nature.
The MindTravel team encourages all participants to bring the following:
- sneakers or hiking boots with good treads
- hiking poles (optional)
- weather appropriate attire
MindTravel will provide the wireless headphones.
Please remember that part of this hike may occur during/after sunset. While hiking experience is not necessary, attendees should be comfortable walking downhill wearing a headlamp.
More About MindTravel
MindTravel is an immersive musical experience that takes place in iconic theaters and beautiful outdoor spaces. In his live performances, composer and pianist Murray Hidary transports audiences on a journey that is at once expansive and transformative. His improvisational piano meditations, inspired by mystical traditions and theoretical physics, will leave you in a state of harmony and clarity, with the rhythm to carry it forward into your life.
“MindTravel is an experience like no other. Imagine a concert pianist improvising beautiful, peaceful music with imagery in the background that matches the beauty of the music — combined, it is almost meditative or trancelike.” – Jason Wachob, Founder of mindbodygreen