Water Ripple
Sound Bath Meditations

Matagiri Sound Bath with Peter Blum, Steve Gorn, and Thomas Workman

Sat. Dec. 4, 7pm


Brooklyn Music School


Sun. Dec. 12, 3pm

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Art Therapy Nest 


Fri. Dec. 10, 7pm

​Sensory Sound MeditationsTM are deep listening experiences based on psychophysiology which is the study of the mind-body connection. Together, we engage in deep listening using the principle of the 3 C's of mindfulness in music: Curiosity, Compassion, and Creativity. With essential oils, sacred objects, and creative visualization, we dive into connection to all the senses.

Sensory Sound Meditations are a practice unto themselves that invite mindful listening using all the senses for the purpose of self-inquiry, self-actualization, release of physical and psychological pain, with the implementation of both composed and improvised sounds as well as sounds heard in nature.


Sensory Sound Meditations include sound walks, sound baths, and collaborative workshops including restorative yoga, authentic movement, tea ceremonies, and more, promoting the art of listening to deepen the connection with ourselves and each other.


About Deep Listening:

Deep listening can create new neural-pathways for our inherent well-being and equanimity.


Sometimes our central nervous system can become highly charged due to external forces. Deep Listening can  help with the regulation of stress responses, enabling a rest and digest response through creative visualization, breath-work and vibration. 

Therapeutic musical drone instruments  include metal and Alchemy singing bowls, tuning forks, monochords, Shruti boxes, percussion and voice to help facilitate somatic release, connection, and body-mind awareness.