Sound Training Immersion

October 14th + 15th, 2023, 11:00-3:00PM


Join Co-Founder Chelsey Charbeneau and Master Teacher, Shon MonDragon in this weekend sound training immersion. If you enjoy sound baths or are a teacher looking to incorporate sound into your classes this is the immersion for you. This training will lead you to become a more effective and proficient sound healer as well as attune you to the subtle energies of sound healing. This is a master class for anyone who truly wants to delve into the depths of vibration and this ancient practice.
- history of sound meditation
- its influence on cultural development
- the tools available to sound practitioners
- how to properly play and strike Himalayan and crystal bowls, gongs, chimes, drums and others
- the science behind how sound works as a healing modality
- how to analyze and understand the frequencies of sound
- how the mind responds on a psychological level
- incorporating chakras with sound healing
- what is sound healing and how to facilitate
- how to clear energy/space with sound
- how to clean your instruments 

Program Details

Full Weekend Program

Saturday, October 14th 2023, 11:00 - 3:00PM
Sunday, October 15th 2023, 11:00 - 3:00PM

Your training includes the following:
Full Weekend Intensive
2 Sound Baths to promote healing and align you to the vibrations
Manual and Resource Materials
$555 includes everything
space is limited so reserve your spot today


Shon MonDragon is a certified meditation teacher and mental health professional. He skillfully combines scientific foundations from his undergraduate studies in cognitive psychology at the University of Houston, with therapeutically informed emotional attunement from his master’s program in Counseling & Depth Psychology at the Pacifica Graduate Institute. Shon works as a counselor, teacher and sound healer, and utilizes a history of eclectic knowledge of psychology and meditation to engage the process of self-observation and reflection.

Growing up in Houston, TX, Shon was fortunate to be surrounded by a wealth of cultural diversity among his community. This expanse of cultural perspective engrained an openness and curiosity in him which serves as a foundation for his ability to connect on a deep level with his clients, friends, and community. During his undergraduate studies, Shon worked as a research fellow with Dr. Bruno Breitmeyer, for the Center of Neuro Engineering and Cognitive Science at the University of Houston. His research on the cognitive limitations of the human visual short term working memory system was presented at the National Conference of Undergraduate Research, and the International Conference of the Visual Science Society.

Shon’s work life has encompassed academic research, automotive repair, management, international sales, counseling, and teaching. His versatility is grounded in his ability to widen perspective and find where deep seeded connections create sustainable systems. Shon has found that these connections and systems are an essential part of how one consciousness relates to others and to our world. He is inspired by the symbolic language of dreams, the imagination, and stories which elevate aspects of our deeper unconscious to our awareness. Shon’s passion for guiding meditative practice is only eclipsed by his joy for bringing the waves of sound meditation.

As a Meditation Teacher, Shon is inspired to support the therapeutic and introspective processes through enhancing awareness and internal resources for calm and relaxation. This work especially helpful for anxiety and depression while also being deeply rewarding for individuals exploring existential wonder. Shon does not teach what to think, but rather options for ways to become more aware of the process of thought. By doing this he hopes to deepen the process of healing and growth for his clients and liberate their ability to hold greater agency over their life experience.


Chelsey Charbeneau discovered her life purpose—helping people become happier and healthier—through her own wellness journey. Chelsey is co-founder of Breathe - Meditation and Wellness, is a certified yoga therapist with The International Association of Yoga Therapists and an experienced registered yoga teacher and continuing education provider with the national Yoga Alliance. She is also certified in Thai yoga massage therapy, Mindful-Self Compassion, Reiki I & II certified and trained in sound healing and prenatal yoga.

After many years in the medical industry she realized the need for meditation on a mainstream level. In 2014 she opened Just B, a meditation studio in Santa Monica, California and in 2016, she moved to Dallas and helped open a mindfulness meditation studio where she served as their Chief Mindfulness Officer. Chelsey has created and implemented meditation curriculum for Dallas Independent School District, Adaptive Training Foundation, Unique Footprints among many others. She has also launched the first 200-hour meditation teacher training in this region and continues her meditation studies with renowned experts such as Pema Chodron, Dr. Kristin Neff and attending Vipassana retreats as taught by S.N. Goenka. Her hard work and dedicated outreach in the community has been recognized and she was rewarded by lululemon as an Ambassador. To date, Chelsey has trained and certified almost 200, 200 Hour Meditation teacher trainers.

Chelsey has appeared on FOX, NBC, WFAA, and Eye Opener Television, and her work has been circulated globally. She has led teacher trainings, workshops, seminars and collaborates with corporations nationwide. Her expertise covers a wide spectrum from the strict Ashtanga method to a therapeutic approach. She can make the experienced yogi crave child’s pose and the beginner feel their body for the first time. Chelsey has taught everyone, from children to seniors and the homeless to celebrities. Her goal is always to provide an experience that is nurturing, personal and safe.