MUSIC AS MIND MEDICINE
MUSIC AS MIND MEDICINE
FRIDAY, MAY 11
810 RETREAT DRIVE, NAPLES, FL 34110
Advances in neuroscience are revealing that listening to music may indeed be good medicine. From reducing stress and depression to enhancing cognition, there’s much more than enjoyment happening to your brain when you listen to music. Join us for an entertaining evening of music and science as Professional Musician, Glen Estrin and Mindfulness Instructor, Angela Tarquini-Sanders share the experience of music as medicine for the mind.
ABOUT ANGELA SANDERS
As a former marketing consultant in the healthcare industry and a mother of three, Angela experienced first-hand the effects that stress can have on health and emotional well-being, In her search for balance and increased energy and focus, she discovered the transformative benefits of mindfulness.
Angela has spent last 17 years studying and cultivating a solid mindfulness practice. She is a graduate of Mindful Schools K-12 Teacher Training, Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction (MBSR) 8-Week program and Positive Psychology Certificate from the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill. She stays current and relevant by participating in workshops and retreats with renowned teachers in the fields of mindfulness and positive psychology.
Angela is the Founder Mindful Mindz, Angela is dedicated to delivering engaging and effective programs to help individuals experience the benefits of mindfulness and a positive mindset in their daily lives.
ABOUT GLEN ESTRIN
GLEN ESTRIN cofounded the Musicians With Dystonia Program of the Dystonia Medical Research Foundation with his neurologist, Dr. Steven Frucht, in 1999. Through comprehensive dystonia awareness with articles, publications and public presentations, they have provided support and information to afflicted musicians and created a worldwide network of physicians to refer. The Program has successfully assisted thousands of people since its inception.
Mr. Estrin’s illustrious 23-year career on French Horn was ended by focal embouchure dystonia in 1998. He performed and recorded with everyone from the Chicago Symphony Orchestra to Johnny Mathis, and toured the United States and the world with Frank Sinatra from 1982 until the end of Mr. Sinatra’s career in 1994. Mr. Estrin may be heard on three Grammy Award winning albums with Tony Bennett, Patti Page and Mr. Sinatra. He was in the original Broadway orchestra for Disney’s “Beauty and the Beast,” and performed extensively with the orchestra for the New York City Ballet and with the New York Pops at Carnegie Hall. In the recording studios, he performed on hundreds of television and radio commercials, and scores of motion pictures.