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Music

Meditation

Spoken Word

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Listen

Connect

Feel

 
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Welcome to Clearing the Stage, a safe space to rediscover your most compassionate and open self.

Learn more...

 
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Clearing the Stage is a sonically oriented meditative process designed to empower the practitioner by developing their relationship with tension and dissonance.


 This work could be right for you if you experience:

  • Stress                                                  

  • Anxiety

  • Feeling stuck

  • Traditional meditation isn't enough

  • General apathy

  • Short fuse

  • Trouble coping with change

  • People accusing you of not listening

  • Emotional fragility

  • Depression

  • Burn out

  • Live in a noisy environment

  • Panic attacks

  • Sound sensitivity

  • Emotional dissociation

  • Body dissociation trouble sleeping

  • Clenching


Try this work for yourself with our free podcast below

 
 

Clearing The Stage is committed to being an anti-racist, multicultural community. We actively join in the work to dismantle systemic racism and oppression against black, indigenous, people of color, women, LGBTQ+ and members of other marginalized communities currently found in the arts and wellness industries. To reflect this commitment, Clearing The Stage is taking the following steps:


1. 70% of featured artists will identify as a member of one or more of the communities mentioned above. 

2. Podcast episodes are free for listeners to stream online, live events are donation based, and private sessions and events are on a sliding scale

3. All featured artists will be compensated directly by Clearing The Stage for their work.  

4. We only accept funding from organizations that share our values of diversity, equity, and inclusion. 


This list is not complete. As this organization grows, these commitments will continue to grow and reflect Clearing The Stage’s desire to contribute to a more diverse, equal and inclusive world.

 
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"Be as passionate about listening as you are about wanting to be heard."

Brené Brown