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 A Sound Bath (or Sound Meditation) is a meditative event,  intentionally using sound to invite therapeutic or restorative effects.  A gentle yet powerful experience for the mind and body. 

The experience begins with each person lying down or seated in a comfortable position, often with a blanket and an eye mask. After a few minutes of guided focus on the breath, 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 tuning forks, gongs, shruti box, Himalayan and crystal singing bowls, chimes, and voice.  

This experience can be helpful for anyone who wants to access the benefits from meditation or a moment of relaxation.  A sound bath is an opportunity to explore what a meditative state is and how it feels.  For this reason, it can be beneficial for  both beginners of meditation and experienced meditators as well.  The goal of the experience is to invite deep rest and relaxation, and explore self-inquiry and self-discovery.  A Sound Bath experience is both uniquely personal and collaborative.  

Sound can bring balance, relaxation and a sense of wholeness to the body.  The sound of harmonic vibrations created by singing bowls, gongs and other overtone-emitting instruments are intended to stimulate the alpha and theta brain waves.  These waves are associated with deep meditative and peaceful states that are highly conducive to healing.  Sound can also slow down the heart and respiratory rate, creating a therapeutic effect on the mind and body. 

Please visit EVENTS to join us at an upcoming public sound bath or send a booking inquiry through the form below.

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When I first sat in on a class with Sara Auster I was blown away. In addition to being a master at the singing bowls, she knows the ins-and-outs of traditional meditation techniques and blends the two into a wonderful experience that is relaxing and helpful for a practitioner of any level.
— Lodro Rinzler, Meditation Teacher and Author of "The Buddha Walks into a Bar