When was the last time you felt totally calm, clear, and rested?
Sound healing is a relaxing, restorative experience that allows you to tune out the noise and tune into a theta state, or dream state, where deep healing, rest, balance, and connection are possible. Healing instruments that include crystal bowls, gongs, drums, chimes, and tuning forks help slow the brainwaves and raise the frequency of the body and energetic field.
During a sound healing session, we ground in the space, tune into our bodies and breath, and open with a meditation that flows into 60-75 minutes of restorative sound.
I offer sound baths online and as select in-person events. If you would like to discuss a private sound bath, or would like to incorporate sound healing into your private, corporate, or public event, please get in touch with me by emailing email@example.com.
How should I prepare for a soundbath?
It’s ok to eat a light meal and hydrate beforehand, but be aware you will be lying down for 60 minutes and might not want to get up to take a bathroom break. I recommend a yoga mat and blankets on the floor, with one pillow under your head and one under your knees to reduce the pressure on your back. You might choose to incorporate an eye covering, journal and pen, and glass of water standing by. You can also gather any small personal items to aid in your intention setting, such as a photo, crystal, or oracle deck. Wear comfortable clothing.
Plan to be transported elsewhere, and it is common to fall asleep – the technical term is “a fancy nap.” This is an opportunity for deep relaxation.
For online events only:
- Make sure you’ll be in a contained safe space where you won’t be disturbed by roommates or pets. Make sure lit candles are safely out of reach.
- Set up your device close to a strong wifi connection
- FOR THE BEST SOUND QUALITY and immersive experience, pair it with speakers or a surround sound system. Noise-canceling headphones are also great. Trust me – the laptop speaker won’t be enough.
- Do not drive or operate other machinery during a sound healing session.