Still Life: A Sound Bath And Slow Art Experience With Alex Falk And Sara Auster

February 28, 2024 6:00pm

Still Life: A Sound Bath And Slow Art Experience With Alex Falk And Sara Auster

Sara Auster | Alex Falk



Wednesday, February 28

Thursday, March 28

Wednesday, April 17


$30 | In Person

Join sound therapists and meditation teachers Alex Falk and Sara Auster for a deeply immersive sound bath experience inside of Tibet House’s latest exhibition. Alex and Sara will guide a sound bath meditation using crystal singing bowls, gongs, chimes and other resonant acoustic instruments. Afterwards participants will have a private viewing of the exhibit, where they are invited to mindfully explore the gallery space.

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February 28 $30, March 28 $30, April 17 $30


Alex Falk, founder of Atonal Meditation, is a certified sound therapy practitioner, musician, meditation teacher, educator, and substance abuse prevention counselor for the New York City Board of Education. As a musician, Alex has shared the stage with some of the greatest artists in the music industry including the RZA, The Roots, and Run DMC. He has facilitated public sound baths at museums, music festivals, song writing camps and cultural institutions – partnering with SONY records, ASCAP, The Full Moon Festival, and The Rubin Museum. Alex currently works at LaGuardia High School, NYC’s first performing arts high school, where he teaches mindfulness courses, and offers counseling to help young artists heal from trauma, explore identity, and discover holistic practices to support learning and creativity. IG – @atonalmeditation Website-

Sara Auster is a world-renowned sound therapist, meditation teacher and author. Sara’s transformative experiences and original teaching method have made her a leader in the health and wellness space, bringing deep listening and sound meditation to the mainstream.


Currently, Sara is centering her work on collaborations that bridge the gap between the worlds of Western medicine and holistic healing. She recently developed a mindfulness and sound therapy curriculum for the World Health Organization’s very first Public Health Leadership Course. She has also created FDA-approved sound baths and meditations that will be offered as a complementary treatment option for people living with migraines. At every opportunity, she continues to invite skeptics into the world of sound, and industries that have been historically dismissive of holistic practices are turning to her for guidance and leadership in the field.


Sara’s vision is to continue holding space for people from all walks of life to slow down, connect to their senses, and become the architects of their own healing.

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