Intuitive Writing + Sound Bath Experience with Nic and Karen

about this event

Your body is a vessel of your lived experience.

Learn ways to activate body memory and access your intuitive writing voice through movement, sound and guided visioning.


Guided, timed creative writing prompts are designed to help you tap into your authentic voice and discover fresh ways to approach your writing, wherever you are in your writing journey. Different prompts are offered each time to inspire new discoveries.

You’re invited to share what you write to receive supportive reflection and feedback.


After your writing exploration, rest and receive the healing benefits of a Sound Bath meditation. This time is for you to relax and assimilate your discoveries, and to inspire you going forward.

Afterward, there will be tea and time for sharing reflections.

Who is this for?

This writing + sound bath meditation is an opportunity for anyone who:

  • Would like a fresh approach to a work-in-progress
  • Is curious to explore their inner life
  • Is searching for clarity on a creative project
  • Would like to start journaling
  • Wants to get unstuck

This 2-hour workshop is a safe, inclusive space for creation, open to all levels of writing experience.

Please bring a notebook and pen, yoga mat, and any comfort items you’d like for the sound bath (pillow, blanket, eyeshade). Wear clothing that allows easy movement. Please plan on arriving by 10:45 AM. Free street parking available. We’re on the 2nd floor.

Book now – $40 in advance

$45 at the door

Nicolas Sotomayor is a Certified Sound Practitioner from NY who extensively studied the therapeutic properties of sound. He received his certification in singing bowl sound therapy from the Atma Buti Sound and Vibrational School and completed the Integrative Sound and Music Institute program at the NY Open Center. Nic also holds a Bachelor’s degree in audio production from Full Sail University.

Originally from LA, Karen Kasaba is an Emmy-nominated screenwriter, multiple award-winning playwright, filmmaker and fiction writer. A member of WGAw and SAG•AFTRA, Karen is passionate about exploring innovative ways – such as guided visioning, sound, and divination – to inspire authentic, intuitive expression through writing. Her unique approach has inspired hundreds of writers worldwide, including corporate teams from LinkedIn, Yelp, Google, Airbnb, Facebook and more.