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Sound Bath - A Sound Bath is a deep meditative musical experience played with ancient and tribal instruments such as, Himalayan singing bowls, Crystal bowls, gongs, tuning forks, shamanic drumming and chanting. Participants lay on the floor in savasana and let the waives of sound wash over them to experience what some proponents claim that sound bathing calms the overstimulated nervous systems and balances the subtle body. (Also known as the energetic body where our life force energy or prana exists) Sound bathing is said to work both the physical body and the subtle body to help heal depression, anxiety, chronic pain and insomnia just to name a few.

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2126 1st Ave S

$10.00

A sound bath is very relaxing and nurturing experience using finely tuned ancient instruments. These ancient instruments have been used for centuries for healing and meditation purposes. They create a range of sounds to restore the normal vibratory frequencies of diseased and out-of-harmony parts of the body, mind and soul. This energy medicine can promote healing from stress disorders, pain, depression, and most forms of dis-ease. Sound is the vessel and it allows one to explore and identify what a meditative state is and how it feels. Because of this, a sound bath is not only beneficial for beginners of meditation, a seasoned meditator will find as many benefits. Sound not only helps with inducing relaxation, but also has a way of moving through blockages in both the physical body, the subtle body, or both. Sound baths are meant to help facilitate a shift in your brainwave state. Through frequency and entrainment with sound it’s possible, and very easy, to down-shift our normal beta state (normal waking consciousness) to alpha (relaxed consciousness), with the majority of people able to reach theta (meditative state) and even delta (where internal healing can occur). This experience is helpful for anyone who wants to give themselves a moment of relaxation or gain the benefits from meditation, but has not yet learned how to access on their own. With the increase of everyday stress and demands of the modern world, it is imperative that we become aware of more holistic approaches for relaxation and healing, to assist in with our everyday stresses of modern life—a sound bath can offer the perfect solution. It gives you the opportunity to go inward on your own terms. Lindy uses Himalayan singing bowls, crystal bowls, gongs, biosonic tuning forks, shamanic drumming, Native American flute and chanting. Participants lay on the floor in supported savasana (corpse pose) and allow the waves of sound wash over them. Lindy has been providing Sound Baths since her trip to India, March 2017. Along her journey through healing and using sound to bring harmony to her body and mind, it made sense to offer Sound Baths to assist those seeking alternate ways to meditate, calm, heal and connect with their true essence. • What to bring A yoga mat, blanket and or pillow Cost is $10 • Important to know This is an hour class and 30 minutes. Please arrive early, as doors close at 6:30.

Sound Bath

2126 1st Ave S

$10.00

A sound bath is very relaxing and nurturing experience using finely tuned ancient instruments. These ancient instruments have been used for centuries for healing and meditation purposes. They create a range of sounds to restore the normal vibratory frequencies of diseased and out-of-harmony parts of the body, mind and soul. This energy medicine can promote healing from stress disorders, pain, depression, and most forms of dis-ease. Sound is the vessel and it allows one to explore and identify what a meditative state is and how it feels. Because of this, a sound bath is not only beneficial for beginners of meditation, a seasoned meditator will find as many benefits. Sound not only helps with inducing relaxation, but also has a way of moving through blockages in both the physical body, the subtle body, or both. Sound baths are meant to help facilitate a shift in your brainwave state. Through frequency and entrainment with sound it’s possible, and very easy, to down-shift our normal beta state (normal waking consciousness) to alpha (relaxed consciousness), with the majority of people able to reach theta (meditative state) and even delta (where internal healing can occur). This experience is helpful for anyone who wants to give themselves a moment of relaxation or gain the benefits from meditation, but has not yet learned how to access on their own. With the increase of everyday stress and demands of the modern world, it is imperative that we become aware of more holistic approaches for relaxation and healing, to assist in with our everyday stresses of modern life—a sound bath can offer the perfect solution. It gives you the opportunity to go inward on your own terms. Lindy uses Himalayan singing bowls, crystal bowls, gongs, biosonic tuning forks, shamanic drumming, Native American flute and chanting. Participants lay on the floor in supported savasana (corpse pose) and allow the waves of sound wash over them. Lindy has been providing Sound Baths since her trip to India, March 2017. Along her journey through healing and using sound to bring harmony to her body and mind, it made sense to offer Sound Baths to assist those seeking alternate ways to meditate, calm, heal and connect with their true essence. • What to bring A yoga mat, blanket and or pillow Cost is $10 • Important to know This is an hour class and 30 minutes. Please arrive early, as doors close at 6:30.

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