Join sound therapists Sara Auster & Alex Falk for a deeply immersive sound bath event at the International Center of Photography (ICP). Begin your morning by slowing down and finding a moment of stillness. Relax in the soothing sounds of crystal singing bowls, chimes and other resonant acoustic instruments. Following the sound bath, stay for early museum access to enjoy a slow art experience, mindfully exploring the current exhibitions at ICP.
Limited chair seating will be provided. Participants are invited to bring a mat or cushion for their personal comfort.
This program will take place at the International Center of Photography, located at 84 Ludlow Street, 3rd Floor Gallery, New York, NY 10002. All attendees must show proof of vaccination. Checkin starts at 9 AM and the event will begin at 9:30 AM. Ticket will grant entry to our current exhibitions Gillian Laub: Family Matters, Diana Markosian: Santa Barbara, and INWARD: Reflections on Interiority.
About Sara Auster
Sara Auster is a New York City–based sound therapist, meditation teacher and author of SOUND BATH: Meditate, Heal and Connect Through Listening. Sara has travelled the world to facilitate immersive Sound Bath experiences using the transformative power of sound and deep listening. From the boardrooms of Google to the galleries of MoMA, from hotels to hospitals, grade schools to Madison Square Garden, her work has been a driving force in bringing Sound Baths to modern culture. Sara’s thoughtfully-crafted experiences allow sound to be used as a tool to invite meditative states, support self-inquiry, cultivate deep relaxation, and inspire meaningful connection through listening.