Ceremonial Full Moon Sound Experience

with Cypress Dubin

Join us for a Ceremonial Full Moon Sound Experience with Cypress Dubin.

Tuesday, April 23 at Ralston White Retreat in Mill Valley.

Time: 5:00 to 9:00 PM. Sound Ceremony starts at 7:00 PM.

We are delighted to host this ritual evening of sound, meditation, breath, toning, and deep listening in community connection. Cypress will guide us on an immersive journey of deep reset, renewal, and expansion. Soundscapes will feature mantra, medicine melodies, hand-pounded singing bowls, shruti, chacapa, wave/frame drums, chimes, gong, and shamanic instruments. These exceptional full-body listening experiences offer new possibilities of insight, healing, resilience and life vision.

Our sound journey will begin 7pm. You may arrive as early as 5pm to relax on the beautiful grounds, and explore curated Sound + Ceremonial Tools for home or professional practice 6P onward. Including, hand-pounded Napalese singing bowls, hand-carved rattles, Koshi chimes, ceremonial beadwork jewelry, hapé and karipes—in collaboration with Embera and mixed tribal artisans from Peru, Brazil, Columbia, and Napal. Sales help directly support the artists, artisans and craftsman.

Afterward our event, stay to enjoy refreshments in community, peruse the wares, and time to connect.

Join us for this exquisite experience by sliding scale $45-$75. Sponsored by the Living Room Collective.


Advanced RSVP recommended. Ten guests may stay overnight to enjoy the full retreat. A morning movement practice with Michelle Bouvier will be offered from 9-11 am on the grounds. Read more below.


  • Relieves anxiety & stress
  • Promotes deep meditation
  • Cultivates resilience, vitality, gratitude
  • Creates higher quality sleep & less insomnia
  • Heightens clarity, focus, productivity
  • Develops engaged, deep listening skills
  • Ignites creativity & flashes of insight
  • Balances & rewires the nervous system
  • Reduces depression, chronic pain, trauma
  • Enhances intuition and subtle energy systems

Bring with You:

  • Special items for altar
  • Yoga/camping mat for comfort
  • Pillow, warm layers, extras
  • Blanket provided


Cypress Dubin's work invites us to experience the transformative power of sound, presence, and connection. Her music brings a distinct blend of dynamic musicality, enrapturing melody, and healing resonance—opening us to states of deep calm, wonder, insight, and expansiveness. Called mesmerizingly enchanting and uniquely depth-filled, her voice is transporting. A sought-after international artist and sound practitioner, Cypress produces curated immersive site-specific and HD virtual experiences, trainings, and studio releases--infusing ancient technologies with modern culture. Her work integrates more than three decades of music, voice, sound, meditation, traditional and therapeutic yoga, ritual, sacred space, and earth-based healing arts.

An accomplished singer and graduate of the music program at Barnard College/Columbia University, she's a SAG-AFTRA member with credits in major motion pictures such as Home Alone.

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Professional studio and live performer in blues, jazz, rock, folk, and classical with 20 years working in New York City and Los Angeles. Partners / Featured : NYTimes Style Magazine, LA Times, Capitol Records, Twentieth Century Fox, Reno International Jazz Festival, BB Kings NYC, NYC Parks, Manhattan Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, Polaris Insight Center, The Holistic Health Learning Center at San Francisco State University.

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Integration & Liberation

A nonlinear, somatic yoga practice for body, mind and soul harmony that will refresh your life from within.

Experience the evolution of embodied practice for daily transformation with Michelle Nayeli Bouvier.

Wednesday, April 24 on the grounds at Ralston White Retreat from 9:00 to 11:00 AM.

Michelle Nayeli Bouvier, B.S., E-RYT, C-IAYT, is an interdisciplinary bodymind and movement educator and creator of the Kutilaa School of Embodied Resilience. With over 25 years of experience, Michelle is a movement and meditation coach, certified yoga therapist and teacher trainer, Ayurveda educator, GYROTONIC® trainer, devoted student of the Axis Syllabus, ecologist & social activist.

Rooted in cutting-edge merging of modern research and timeless wisdom, Michelle’s work goes beyond modality to embody principles of Nature to free the body, nourish the mind and nervous system, optimize vitality, unlock flow states and support overall longevity.

Join us for this beautiful practice sponsored by the Living Room Collective.

Offered by sliding scale $20-$50.

Ralston White Retreat

Located on 43 acres in beautiful Mill Valley, California, the Ralston White Retreat was designed by one of San Francisco’s most prolific architects, Willis Polk. The retreat was completed in 1913 and was a wedding gift to Ruth Boericke, Ralston White’s bride. He named their home the “Garden of Allah” after a popular novel at the time.

The 14,000 square foot home has three stories, nine relaxing porches and balconies with spectacular views and beautiful furnishings throughout. The heart-shaped lawn and beautiful grounds invite you to enjoy the elegance of your surroundings. There are several walking paths on the property as well as connecting trails that lead to the top of Mt. Tamalpais.