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What is a Sound Bath?
A sound bath is an experience where a practitioner plays musical instruments to relax the body and calm the mind.   "Sound meditation,” “sound healing,” or “sound therapy” are also commonly used terms. In a sound bath, participants generally recline or lay down and listen to various sounds with closed eyes. All sound baths are different, and the experience varies each time. Every sound bath is different, and people play them in various ways.  Typical sound bath instruments include gongs, crystal singing bowls, Himalayan singing bowls, ocean/wave drums, and chimes.
Natalie has been providing sound baths for the past two+ years using crystal and Tibetan bowls, bells, gongs, rainsticks, and other sounds. She has provided a warm and welcoming environment for intimate group or individual sound baths. Participants are invited to relax, have tea or water at the end of the sound bath, and to reflect on the experience with others if desired.
What are the possible Benefits of a Sound Bath

  • Stress Management

  • Relax the physical body and mind

  • Enhanced focus

  • For creative insights and ideas

  • Experience deeper states of consciousness

  • Expand awareness

  • Sleep better

  • Mental clarity

  • Experience altered states of consciousness

  • For help processing challenging emotions or negative thought patterns

  • As a part of their health and wellness practice

Most people attend a sound bath to achieve relaxation, inner connection, or healing. Many people find that the more relaxed state they enter during a sound bath helps them destress. Some participants report reduced physical pain and signs of reduced stress (such as lower blood pressure and heart rate) after the experience. Sound Baths actually shift your brain waves creating a deeper sense of calm.
Besides relaxation, people attend to expand awareness and achieve deeper states of consciousness. This more active state of inner awareness often ignites creativity and inspiration. 

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