Nourishing the Soul, Connecting Hearts: Empowering Journeys in our Meditation Circle.

Sound Bath Meditation Circle (90 mts)

During a sound bath, participants typically lie on the ground while I play a variety of sounds with various musical instruments to create a relaxing, meditative experience for participants.

I use a combination of different instruments because each gives off different frequencies, or vibrations:

  • Crystal bowls 
  • Koshi Chimes 
  • Tuning forks 
  • Gongs 
  • Drums
  • Metal singing bowls 

I begin the session, with a guided meditation, and instruct participants in breathwork as well. 

A sound bath seeks to balance our physical, emotional, and mental systems, restoring a sense of harmony.

While a sound bath is supposed to bring you into a deep state of meditation, you don’t need experience in meditation to try it. Anyone can benefit from the calming effects.

Benefits of Sound Healing

Sound bath healing is a therapeutic practice that involves immersing individuals in sounds, often produced by various instruments like singing bowls, gongs, and chimes. While scientific research on the specific benefits of sound bath healing is still emerging, many people report positive experiences and find value in this practice. Here are some potential benefits associated with sound bath healing:

  • Stress Reduction: Sound baths may help induce a state of deep relaxation, reducing stress and promoting a sense of calm. The soothing sounds can activate the parasympathetic nervous system, which counteracts the body’s stress response.
  • Improved Sleep: The relaxation induced by sound bath healing may contribute to better sleep quality. Many individuals find that they sleep more soundly and experience fewer disruptions after engaging in a sound bath session.
  • Enhanced Meditation and Mindfulness: Sound baths can provide a focal point for meditation and mindfulness practices. The sounds can serve as anchors, helping individuals maintain concentration and achieve a deeper meditative state.
  • Balancing Energy Centers: Proponents of sound healing believe that the vibrations produced by instruments like singing bowls can help balance and align the body’s energy centers (chakras). This is based on the idea that different frequencies correspond to specific energy centers in the body.
  • Emotional Release: Some individuals report experiencing emotional release during or after a sound bath session. The vibrations and frequencies of the sounds may help release stored emotions and promote a sense of emotional well-being.
  • Enhanced Creativity and Clarity: Sound baths may stimulate creativity and clarity of thought. The immersive experience can help quiet the mind and create a space for new ideas and insights to emerge.
  • Pain Management: While not a substitute for medical treatment, some individuals find that sound bath healing can complement traditional pain management approaches. The relaxation induced by sound baths may help alleviate tension and reduce the perception of pain.
  • Improved Mood: Many people report an uplifted mood and a sense of joy or tranquility after a sound bath. The positive impact on mood may be attributed to the release of endorphins and the overall sense of well-being induced by the experience.

Upcoming Dates

Sunday 14th April
Celebrating Samhain with a meditation circle, Sound bath healing.
Samhain is the Seasonal “New Year” Many pagans view this time as a void time, a time of pause that is full of possibility about the things to come.

Sunday June 23rd
Celebrating Yule, the winter solstice, with a meditation circle, sound bath healing

Sunday September 22nd
Celebrating Ostara, the Spring Equinox with a meditation circle and sound bath healing. The sacred balance between light and dark, bringing the warmth back into our lives.

Sunday December 21st
Celebrating Litha, Summer Solstice with a meditation circle, and sound bath healing

Contact me to make a booking.