Tibetan Singing Bowl Workshop Holidays in the Himalayas
Registration tickets are now sold out. A limited number of Obesrver tickets will be available for purchase at admissions the day of the workshop.
The stand-by list becomes available at the admissions desk exactly two (2) hours before the start of the program. You must be physically present to sign up on the list. Any available tickets will be released to the stand-by list, in order, beginning ten minutes before the start of the program. Each person can purchase up to two tickets. You must be physically present at the time your name is called or your place in line will be forfeited. Unfortunately, we are unable to predict how many tickets, if any, may become available.
Chairman's Circle members of the museum have first priority to purchase tickets for sold-out programs, should tickets become available. Please call 212.620.5000 ext. 344 to inquire about membership.
$25 - Registration
$10 - Observer
For millennia, humans have used sound for healing and to access deeper states of consciousness. This workshop explores singing bowls’ evolution from ancient meditation tools to their role as a contemporary healing modality. Participants will learn about the neurological, physiological and energetic effects of singing bowl frequencies. Hands on playing techniques will benefit novices and singing bowl aficionados alike. The workshop will include a sound bath of antique Tibetan bowls.
About the Workshop Leader
A servant of Harmonics, Shakti is co-owner of Bodhisattva Trading Co., Inc. and a portal through which a generation of practitioners of the Healing Arts, sound therapists, musicians, clergy, teachers, yogis and people from all walks of life have discovered singing bowls' healing and transformational power. She has taught thousands of people to tune their inner landscape using the bowls' frequencies, and continues to educate the public on using bowls as meditation tools.
Shakti lives in Los Angeles with her yellow lab and various cats.
Workshop also available on: Friday, November 30 at 1:00 PM