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Our Sound Baths are designed to take you on a journey of relaxation through sound and give your body and mind that pure chill out time. The acoustic sound from the instruments that are used has been found to have a very beneficial effect for listeners. For this reason, we only use our own instruments, no electric or plugged in music is used, no cds or mp3s, only pure sound which is provided by an array of carefully chosen instruments.
Each sound generated by the instruments will work with you in different ways, as the vibrations are different. Often what is reported to be felt is a feeling of deep peace and relaxation. People can also have releases during a sound bath and may feel different emotions wash over them. I would emphasise the deep meditative state that you may find yourself entering, this is due to the sound waves’ interaction with your brain waves, as you gear down from everyday Beta waves to Alpha waves which are relaxed, sometimes you get to Theta waves that take you to a deeply relaxed state on the edge of sleep. So if you are curious as to what sound baths are like and what you can get out of them I would advice that you book with us.
We care deeply about our clients and aim to provide a suitable venue and plenty of time for you to enjoy and integrate your sound bath.
What you need for your sound bath:
Although I do bring some mats and blankets, I would advise that you bring your own if you want to be very comfortable, blanket and pillow or cushion are a must for your comfort. Some people bring a yoga mat, others bring more robust mats and people who cannot get all the way down to the floor may need to bring a lounger of some sort (please check with me if it is a bigger lounger). We would ask that loungers are placed at the back to as not to obstruct the sound for people who are on the floor.
You may also want to bring an eye pillow or scarf, if you want to experience darkness and not be distracted by light coming through windows etc.
What happens on the day:
On the day you can start arriving about 15 minutes before the sound bath so that we may start on time.
You make yourself comfortable and then relax and enjoy your journey.
During our sound baths there will be a lead in gently and when your journey is underway you may experience Gong playing, Crystal singing bowls, drumming, as well as other instruments. There is no definite layout as sounds have to feel right on the day. There may some short pauses for you to integrate each part of the journey, at the end lighter sounds are used to bring you back, and eventually we invite silence into the space and you may take several minutes before bringing yourself back. You can leave as soon as you feel ready and grounded.
Special care and circumstances:
If you are pregnant or have a pace maker we would advice that you refrain from participating in our public sound baths. Please contact me for alternative arrangements
Next Sound Bath in Inverness will take place on December 15th from 10:15 am till 11:50 am at Leachkin Guides’ Hall. You can book here or with me directly.
To book for your sound bath in Inverness please use the link HERE
Or get in touch with me Helene Fleming 07985 983 160 or email email@example.com or message me on Facebook
Private Sound Baths
During a private sound bath you get to experience the sounds up close. The journey will also be tailored to your needs, sometimes you will want louder sounds sometimes softer ones.
You also have the choice of being on our comfy ground mat which is very comfortable, or a giant bean bag, or our treatment table. We will discuss this prior to your session.
A private sound bath is a real treat and a very effective way of entering the relaxation state and capitalise on the meditative benefits.
Booking a private sound bath is like booking any of our holistic sessions:
you can do so with me Helene Fleming 07985 983160, email firstname.lastname@example.org
or through Facebook messenger and online on our Prices and Bookings page.