A sound journey will resonate with visitors to a West Palm Beach planetarium April 27.
You’ll witness the night sky and bathe in sound from instruments tuned to 432 hz. The aroma of essential oils will surround you and your breathing will slow.
“This show will be educational, it will tantalize your senses, and most important, it will help relax you,” said Kathleen Haden, CEO of Good Vibrations Music Co.
The nonprofit has teamed up with the South Florida Science Center and Aquarium to offer the
Live Sound Journey Sensory Concert, a soothing sound therapy experience in the center’s planetarium that will showcase how music positively affects the brain.
It’s all part of the new permanent exhibition “Journey Through the Human Brain,” which features the latest research and innovations, with high-tech displays, immersive experiences and state-of-the-art equipment.
According to the South Florida Science Center’s website, “in collaboration with the FAU Brain Institute, the world’s most advanced neuroscience exhibit will inspire a new generation of scientists, technologists, and medical professionals.”