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Sun, Dec 03


Maha Rose Center for Healing

Sound Bath at Maha Rose

Come join in the healing space of community for a cozy sound meditation in the beautifully renovated Maha Rose in Red Hook, Brooklyn. Essential oils, eye masks, breathwork, and guided meditation are all part of this sound meditation experience. Register here:

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Sound Bath at Maha Rose
Sound Bath at Maha Rose

Time & Location

Dec 03, 2023, 6:00 PM – 8:00 PM

Maha Rose Center for Healing , 200 Columbia St, Brooklyn, NY 11231, USA

About the event


Sound Baths are deep listening experiences based on psychophysiology, which is the study of the mind-body connection to support inner journeys of rich imagery, somatic release, and emotional connection through vibration. We invite participants to awaken the senses that help release, relax, and deepen the connection to both the internal and external worlds through sound and mindful listening.

Instruments used include Alchemy crystal singing bowls, monochords, hand pans, Himalayan metal singing bowls, ceremonial percussion as well as voice and breath to help connect body, mind and spirit.

Katie Down is a board-certified, licensed creative arts therapist and has been facilitating sound baths and teaching the art of sound and deep listening for over 10 years including Sound School at Maha Rose, NYU, The New School, SUNY New Paltz, Vassar College, and privately. She received her MA in music psychotherapy from New York University and in composition from the New England Conservatory of Music and completed post-graduate training for EMDR levels 1 through 3 at the Institute for Contemporary Psychotherapy and the Parnell Institute. She studied Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction at the Shambala Institute, and is Reiki 2 certified. Katie is also a music therapist for  The Angel Band Project  providing free music therapy services to survivors of sexual assault and intimate partner violence in 6-8 week sessions online and in person. She shuttles between Brooklyn and the Hudson Valley where she is professor of music therapy at SUNY New Paltz and has a private healing practice, SoundWell Creative Arts Therapy. 

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