Sunday, July 28th -- Sound Bath with Katie Down

Sunday, July 28th -- Sound Bath with Katie Down


with Katie Down 

Maha Rose and Katie Down (MT-BC, LCAT) offer Sound Bath Meditations on the second and last Sunday of every month. Sound Baths are deep listening experiences using therapeutic drone instruments such as quartz crystal and Himalayan singing bowls, tuning forks, monochords and voice for helping to balance the autonomic nervous system which has shown to reduce symptoms of stress, pain, and anxiety. The Sound Bath is a community environment promoting rejuvenation, relaxation and joy!  Listening is an act of compassion. 

**Sound Baths do sell out!   Plan to arrive before 7pm, as wait list spots will start to be given from pre-registered no-shows. If you are running late please call the front desk. Feel free to bring an eye pillow if you like.**

Exchange: $40 

S I G N  U P  O N L I N E

Katie Down, (MT-BC, LCAT) is a licensed creative arts therapist, Reiki practitioner, and performing musician. Katie's breadth of experience in sound and music in therapeutic modalities is encompassed in over 10 years of clinical work as a music psychotherapist and sound practitioner. She is on staff at MNDFL, MINKA Brooklyn, and Maha Rose Center for Healing. Katie received her masters degree at NYU in Music Therapy as well as additional trauma training at the Institute for Contemporary Psychotherapy and is certified in EMDR. Incorporating MBSR techniques as well as creative visualization, Katie provides a nurturing and grounded environment to let go of blockages and negative thought patterns so that we can realize our full potential for wellbeing and happiness. Katie teaches mindfulness meditation through sound and deep listening at Maha Rose Center for Healing, MINKA Brooklyn, and MNDFL and has been a guest lecturer at NYU, The School of Visual Arts, Cal State Fullerton, The Jewish Theological Seminary, The Expressive Arts Therapy Summit, The International Conference on Deep Listening, and at many grand rounds presentations for area hospitals.