The short answer: A sound bath is where you are bathed in sound waves.

The longer answer: A sound bath is where you come, lay down, and get comfortable to then immerse yourself in sounds, frequencies, and vibrations created by the instruments that I play. These include crystal singing bowls, gongs, chimes, drums, and more. There is nothing that you need to do except lie down and receive.

There are so many ways that baths can support your wellbeing and because of this sound baths are becoming more and more popular. There are many to choose from out there and you’ll find that each sound bath host will have their own style and approach.

I call my baths “Frequency Sound Baths” not just “Sound Baths” straight up because it’s more than just sounds that you’re bathing in. In particular I also like to work with the frequencies of crystals and oils.

I see my baths as a combination of many things – they are a spa treatment, a healing, a ceremony, a meditation, and a journey.

I typically have a different theme for my baths but no matter what each bath clears your energy, resets your nervous system, and gives you a chance to rest, repair, and heal. Attending a bath involves trusting that you’ll get whatever you need from the session whether you’re aware of it or not.

There are so many ways of working with sound, frequency, and vibration and so, so many benefits!

I like to say that getting a treatment or having a bath at the most basic level is like getting a massage for your entire being. They are profoundly relaxing and restorative. But this is just scratching the surface of what is possible and working with sound, frequency, and vibration can be powerfully transformative and healing as well.

Check out this blog post that talks more about it. I also expand upon these benefits in another blog specifically on relaxation and another on energy balancing.

This is completely up to you and how you need to be supported.

Frequency Sound Baths are a beautiful addition to your self-care routine and you can attend as many or as little as you like. Go with what feels right.

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