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Harness The Power Of Your Mind.

Experience The Power Of The Pause.

Be Present In The Here And Now.

Connect To Your Breath.​

Find Your Inner Peace.

Just Be.


Tara’s unique and popular sold-out sound bath and meditation classes are deeply rooted in ancient India  practice and philosophy taught with a modern twist.  

  • Deeply rooted in ancient India and Asian practice and philosophy taught with a modern twist  


  • Classes and workshops facilitated as one part education and one part experience

  • Teachings infused with: Science-Backed Research, Sitting Meditation, Breath-work, Breath Test, Mindfulness Practice, Savasana Meditation, Yoga Nidra, Sound Healing, Affirmations, Massage Therapy, Reiki, Dancing, and Reflective Writing

  • Sound vessels and equipment including 200-400-year-old ancient Tibetan Singing Bowls and  Pure Quartz Crystal Alchemy Bowls infused with elements of the Earth

  • Empowering people to optimize their mental health and well-being through deep understanding of the ancient practice of sound therapy and meditation. Sharing the journey of self-awareness and the path to passion and purpose

What's a Sound Bath? 


A 2500-year-old practice, a Sound Bath is a form of meditation using sound as a way of healing the mind, body and soul. Sound healing therapy uses aspects of sound and music to improve physical and emotional health and well-being.  Rich audible tones and invisible frequencies are heard and felt, and our bodies naturally resonate with the frequencies emitted into the space restoring normal vibratory frequencies from out-of-harmony parts of the body, mind and soul, while encouraging a deep state of relaxation and healing. The frequencies of sound and audible tones  have deep effects on our breath, blood flow, cellular movement, biorhythms, thoughts, and our brain waves.  


Ancient Tibetan Singing Bowls and healing Crystal Alchemy bowls will surround the room to create varying notes and vibrations., generating unique harmonized tones that when blended together create a Bath of Sounds.

Sound waves are said to calm the nervous system and balance the ‘subtle body,’ energy that vibrates throughout the innermost layers of the body. In addition to balancing the subtle body, this holistic practice of sound bathing has also been known to work wonders for stress relief, insomnia, anxiety, chronic pain, and even depression.

The vibrations of the bowls are amazingly efficient to help vital energy flow freely. Expect to feel a deep sense of relaxation, relief from physical and/or emotional pain, a sensation of lightness as the body lets go of past emotional and physical issues.



  • Support for healing for various health and emotional issues

  • Relief of chronic fatigue syndrome and depression

  • Balance and Harmonize energy fields / chakras

  • Relaxation, deep sleep

  • Reduces anxiety

  • Increases rejuvenation

  • Increases  mental clarity

  • Increases creativity

  • Improves sleep

  • Feelings of joy and happiness


Classes Include:

  • Active + Passive Meditation

  • Sitting Meditation 

  • Breathwork

  • Breath Test 

  • Mindfulness Practice

  • Savasana Meditation

  • Yoga Nidra

  • Sound Healing

  • Affirmations

  • *Some classes include additional practices like massage therapy, reiki, dancing, and writing.


What to Bring:

  • A sweater or sweatshirt (you may get cold during the meditation) 

  • Eye Pillow optional

  • Socks optional

  • Do not eat 2 hours prior to class

  • Hydrate sufficiently after class is finished

  • * Most studios have props to support you. Please bring a cushion or mat if you already have one.

“If we accept that sound is vibration and we know that vibration touches every part of
our physical being, then we understand that sound is heard not only through our ears
but through every cell in our bodies. One reason sound heals on a physical level is
because it so deeply touches and transforms us on the emotional and spiritual planes.
Sound can redress imbalances on every level of physiologic functioning and can play a
positive role in the treatment of virtually any medical disorder.”

- Dr. Mitchell Gaynor, director of Medical Oncology and Integrative Medicine, the Cornell
Cancer Prevention Center in New York City

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