Bearsden - Therapeutic Sound Bath
So what is a Therapeutic Sound Bath?
A Sound Bath is a deeply-immersive, full-body listening experience that intentionally uses sound to invite gentle yet powerful therapeutic and restorative processes to NURTURE YOUR MIND AND BODY.
What do I need to do?
The experience begins with each person lying down on their Yoga mat in a comfortable position, often with a blanket and pillows for extra comfort. After a few minutes of mindful breathing, visualisation and setting an intention the remainder of the experience is filled with different sounds and frequencies being introduced in succession. The sounds are created by a variety of overtone-emitting instruments including Himalayan Singing Bowls, Crystal Singing Bowls, Gong, HandPan, Frame Drum, Koshi Chimes, Ocean Drum and Native American Flute and voice. The sounds introduced during a Sound Bath are an invitation into a deeper state of consciousness, an opportunity to unplug from external stimuli and to gain perspective on what’s going on within you. The goal of the experience is to invite deep rest and relaxation, and explore self-inquiry and self-discovery.
Proven benefits of Therapeutic Sound can include…
?? Clearing the stresses of life
?? Inner peace and serenity
?? Reduce pain, anxiety & fatigue
?? Boosts mood and focus
?? Improves sleep
What to bring:
Yoga Mat - To lie on and get comfy
Pillow and/or Cushion - To rest your head on.
Blanket or two - To keep nice and cosy - body temperatures drop in deeply relaxed states.
What to Wear - Loose and comfortable clothing.
Eye Mask (Optional)
As a precaution, this is not recommended for pregnant women, or those with pacemakers. If you are receiving long term treatment seek advice from your medical advisor before attending.
Please be aware that sound sensitive conditions e.g. Tinnitus, Ménière's Disease, and Epilepsy, and those with medical metal implants e.g. pins, rods, screws and plates, may be affected by the sounds and vibrations.
Your investment / £15
Kessington Hall, 58 Milngavie Rd, Bearsden, Glasgow, Glasgow County G61 2DP
Sun 26 March