Sound Bath & Meditation

We invite you to deepen your practice and expand your awareness through your physical senses.

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Sound Baths & Meditation

Sound baths promote relief from stress and anxiety, alleviate pain, reduce emotional stressors and help balance the nervous system. Instruments include 99% quartz crystal bowls, Tibetan singing bowls, Biosonic tuning forks, gong and flutes. The sound bath begins with restorative breath-work. Deep, resonant tones from Tibetan singing bowls and crystal bowls carry the listeners into a state that enables meditators to reconnect with the self and to expand the awareness, ability to focus and quiet the mind. Sound Baths focus on the practice of deep listening, paying attention to the external sounds around us to reflect what is happening internally, as well as realization of how much the inner reality impacts the outer reality.


Thursday, January 25th

7:30 - 8:30 pm


$20 contribution is suggested, but not required.
No one will be turned away.


Basia is a classically trained flutist and has been a professional musician for over 20 years. She received her MA in music performance. Her passion for music expanded beyond performing and teaching,as she developed profound interest in learning about healing and transformational affects of sound and music. Basia has studied different modalities of sound healing with teachers such as Grammy nominated Silvia Nakkach, renowned sound theorist Dr. John Beaulieu, the Great Gong Master Don Conreaux, earning a sound practitioner certification from New York's Open Center. She leads bi-monthly sound meditations at the Open Center in the summer. She is very passionate and committed to bringing sound and its therapeutic effects to a broader audience. Collaborations include: Conscious Campus, bringing sound work to college students in form of presentations and direct sound experience,  Fashion Institute of Technology- series of creative enhancement workshops among others.

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