We are Passionate about Sound Meditation
Sound Baths are a method of relaxation and meditation that utilize singing bowls, gongs and other healing instruments to promote relaxation. The sound vibrations impact our nervous system, engaging our relaxation reflex and inhibiting the stress or pain response. The singing bowl tones synchronize with our brain waves, enhance awareness of the mind/body connection and allow the body to shift into the parasympathetic nervous system, or better known as the ‘rest and digest’ system. This state-of-being conserves energy, slows the heart rate and calms the mind.
FAQs About Sound Healing
What is sound healing?
Sound healing is the use of sound and vibration to promote physical, emotional, and spiritual health and well-being.
What are the different techniques used in sound healing?
Some common techniques used in sound healing include singing bowls, tuning forks, gongs, chanting, and drumming.
How does sound healing work?
Sound healing works by utilizing the vibrational properties of sound to bring the body into a state of balance and harmony. This can be achieved through the use of specific frequencies, rhythms, and harmonies.
Do you offer a Sound Healing Certification?
Yes! We offer a retreat annually! Visit our Sound Healing Certification Training. page for more information.
Who can benefit from sound healing?
Anyone can benefit from sound healing, regardless of age, health condition, or religious beliefs. It is a holistic approach to wellness that can be beneficial for physical, emotional, and spiritual well-being.
What should I expect during a sound bath session?
A sound healing session typically involves lying down or sitting comfortably while being surrounded by various soothing instruments. You may feel a sense of relaxation and peace, and may even experience physical sensations such as vibrations or tingling.
Is sound healing safe for everyone?
Sound healing is generally considered safe for most people. However, individuals with certain medical conditions or sensitivities may need to take extra precautions. It is always recommended to consult with a healthcare provider before trying any new practice.