Meet Beck & Boshko, your favorite healing artist duet, as you open doors to an inner sanctuary of peace and possibility within.
Meditative trance and hypnotherapy are known as “the medicines of the imagination.” These are experiential practices that tune us into our natural human ability to transform, heal, and activate even more creative possibilities in our lives. The state of hypnotic trance quiets the chatter of the conscious critical mind – allowing you to tap into the natural, fertile currents of the subconscious. where your deep wells of inner wisdom are just waiting to greet you.
Sound healing is the ability of sound to repair aspects of ourselves that are out of alignment restoring us to harmony. Sound can be a therapeutic tool based on the understanding that vibration is the fundamental force of the universe. The use of the human voice makes different parts of the body resonate, when coupled with intention, it can have profound effects of fine tuning our physical body. Benefits include: releasing endorphins, stimulating deep breathing, increasing oxygen in the brain & blood flow.
Beck Nison (she/they) is a clinical licensed hypnosis practitioner, writer, artist, ceremonial guide, teacher, and professor living on the unceded land of the Lenape people. It’s Beck's calling to help folx heal creatively, claim the sovereignty of their imaginations, and express their most authentic voices and visions. Beck's offerings and teachings approach creative writing, hypnosis, and art-making as tools of personal power and collective liberation. She guides workshops that combine trance and creative practice at Minka Brooklyn, and teaches as a part-time associate professor at Parsons School of Design. She’s currently writer-in-residence at The Well: O, Miami.
Boshko Boskovic (he/him) is a Brooklyn based Reiki & sound practitioner trained & in the Usui Shiki Ryoho lineage and Sound Healing from the Globe Institute in Sausalito, California. He is the founder of Let’s Heal NYC, a private practice specializing in Reiki treatments and practitioner at Minka Brooklyn. He teaches classes at various Senior Centers in New York City and has worked at institutions such as Weinberg Center for Balanced Living, Soho Works, Jewish Community Center, Healthcare for the People and Brooklyn Hospital.