What Is Sound Healing?
Sound healing, alternatively known as Sound Therapy or Vibrational Medicine, is the practice of using sound and frequency for relaxation and facilitating healing using various instruments such as gongs, singing bowls (crystal or Tibetan), drums and chimes. Sound healing can reduce your stress and anxiety, improve your sleep, create a deep sense of wellbeing, and promote healing that goes well beyond simple relaxation.
Our intention is to create a relaxing and healing environment to transport you into a state of deep relaxations, thus, allowing your energetic pathways to relight, rejuvenate and synchronize to facilitate overall Well-being and Harmony.
Sound and vibration has the ability to align the heart with the body, mind, and spirit. The sound can act as a gateway into the soul, bringing forth parts of us that need to be healed, and creating awareness of the aspects of ourselves that need to be seen or heard. This can be such a loving journey, enveloped in a sacred space, blessed by the alchemic sound bowls. The sound can be experienced as a deeply introspective journey or simply an invitation to relax.
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What can I expect from a Sound Bath Class?
A sound bath is where the physical body is immersed with sound frequencies carried out by various instruments such as Singing Bowls, Chimes, Harps, and Flutes. Each instrument is tuned to a frequency that corresponds to a specific chakra. Chakras are energy centers located both inside and outside of our body. The sound vibration assists in clearing any stagnant energy being held within targeted areas of the body, chakras or auric field. This process can assist with rebalancing the nervous system as well as strengthening the connection to self and spirit.
Sound baths last sixty minutes from start to finish and begin with a guided meditation focused on centering the body through imagery and breath work. Once the participant is in a relaxed state, I will begin the journey into sound, gradually bringing in various instruments to support a unique sound experience.
After, the sound experience, the remaining time is spent in Shavasana, lying in stillness and silence. This is an important time to allow the body to fully integrate with the light and sound vibrations it has received. The final aspect of the session is focused on awakening the body and senses through various grounding exercises.
Making the most of your session
Keep yourself hydrated throughout the day. Sound waves travel better through water. When you are well hydrated, your body will be able to better experience and accept the physical vibrations emitted by the singing bowls and other healing instruments.
Eat light and preferably healthy food. A sound bath becomes more impactful when you have an empty stomach.
Wear comfortable, flexible warm layered clothing.
Try to arrive at least 15 minutes early to your sound bath healing to allow you time to put your mat down and settle yourself in the space with a relaxed and calm mind.
What to bring
You will be on the floor. Typically, guests bring items to comfortably relax sitting or lying on the floor, like:
Yoga Mat or Sleeping Pad**
** If you are not able to be on the floor, suggest bringing a comfortable folding chair
Turn your phone off or put on silent – not vibrate.
Bring an open mind and an open heart
Emotions may come up during with the session, go with what comes up
Journal & Pen so you can jot your thoughts at the end of the session
What's the refund policy?
If you are unable to make the sound session please contact us (firstname.lastname@example.org) 24 hours before the event to request a refund.
Is my ticket transferable?
Tickets are transferable to friends and family. Please contact our center to make the necessary reservation change. Tickets sell out quickly and we can not guarantee a spot will be available for a following session.
Space is limited
Tickets: $30 pre-sale/$35 at the door. Please purchase in advance to insure your reservation. Because space is limited we can not honor refunds or transfers requests less than 24 hours prior to the event.