A Sound Bath is a form of sound healing. It is called a Sound Bath because it feels like the sounds are washing over your body. Clients lay down on yoga mats with their eyes closed, a sound healing practitioner will play specific sound healing instruments that will help calm the mind chatter and relax the body. A Sound Bath helps:
Lower blood pressure and reduce cardiac disease
Improve immunity and digestion
Eliminate anxiety and stress by releasing body tension and reducing stress hormones
Alleviate depression through the release of natural opiates and mood boosters
Improve sleep through the Delta brainwave
Unlock creative problem solving and insight
Release trauma and emotional blockages (It has been reported to help with PTSD)
Help someone experience a safe space to integrate complex feelings of grief, depression, or fear.
Create a sense of integrated wholeness, create emotional resiliency, and live a more balanced life.
Sound therapy has been proven to help relieve: insomnia, arthritis, chronic pain, fertility issues, fibromyalgia, cancer treatment side effects, autoimmune disorders, digestive issues, heart disease, depression and numerous emotional issues. These aren’t just temporary benefits. Sound is cumulative therapy and with consistent exposure through public sound baths or a private sound therapy program, the brain — through neuroplasticity — can learn new behavioral patterns and create permanent body and lifestyle changes for optimum health and well-being.