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Sound Healing Meditation

Join us for a one-of-a-kind immersive experience with Sound Meditation Practitioner Eunmi Chang.


Saturday, September 30, 2023


6:00am - 7:00am


Lemon Hill Mansion
Lemon Hill Drive
Philadelphia, PA 19130

Join Fairmount Park Conservancy and Sound Meditation Practitioner Eunmi Chang for a one-of-a-kind immersive experience on September 30 from 10:00-11:00 AM at Lemon Hill Mansion. Let the soothing sounds of nature meld with the rhythmic echoes of bowls underneath the canopy of Lemon Hill’s sycamore trees. Manage your stress, improve your well-being, and literally find your grounding on the grass of a gorgeous historic house. 

What is a Sound Bath? Essentially, a sound bath is a meditation class with ambient sound played by the instructor that aims to guide you into a deeper meditative state. Sound baths use singing bowls and other traditional instruments to play repetitive notes at different frequencies to help bring your focus away from your obsessive thoughts. Think of it as an improvised meditative “concert” in a unique setting that combines nature and the built environment. 

Optional group hike on the Lemon Hill Trail after the meditation session. 

INSTRUCTOR BIO: Eunmi Chang has dedicated herself to the art of sound healing. She specializes particularly in Tibetan Singing bowls and Crystal Bowls as well as combining her sound therapy with yoga asanas/poses, breath work, meditation, chakra and aura cleansing. Her passion is to create sound vibrations that help people feel relaxed and whole. When she plays her healing bowls, the experience can be both calming and wondrous. To date, she has led over 100 sound healing meditation and yoga workshops/events and has been featured in Philly Magazine.

TICKET PRICES:  Pay what you can – $30, $35, $45
[ Not sure what to pay? Please refer to this Sliding Scale Pricing FAQ for additional info. ] 


  • Please wear comfy clothes, and dress according to weather conditions.
  • Bring water and a snack.
  • Bring a small meditation cushion, patio chair cushion, old towel, or padded yoga mat that you don’t mind getting a little dirty in the grass.
  • There are nearby bathrooms (porta-potties).
  • Appropriate for adults and mature adolescents.

There is plenty of free parking in the park. As always, NEVER leave valuables in your car! If traveling by public transit, the nearest stations are at 31st and Girard Ave and Art Museum Drive – both are a 1/2 mile walk from the start. The nearest Indego bike station is at 31st and Girard – also a 1/2 mile walk from the start.

QUESTIONS? Please reach out to programs@myphillypark.org

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In the event of heavy rain or other severe conditions, the event will be canceled and attendees are eligible for a full refund.