What is a sound bath?

Typically the musical instruments that are used in sound therapy or a sound bath are acoustical. The healing begins when the vibrations from the instruments are vibrating and overlapping each other. The vibrations create a tension in the body that switches off and shuts down your own natural fight or flight reflexes calming anxiety. 

What tools are used for a sound bath?

Sound baths are typically performed using various instruments that produce different sounds and vibrations, including singing bowls, gongs, chimes, and tuning forks. Each instrument has a unique sound frequency that can help to create a meditative and relaxing atmosphere. Some sound bath practitioners may also use drums, rattles, and other percussion instruments to enhance the experience. Additionally, ambient music and recorded sounds of nature may be used to further enhance the overall sound bath experience.

What frequency ranges help with healing? 

While there are various frequencies used in sound healing, some are believed to be more effective than others. The frequencies 396hz, 417hz, 528hz, 639hz, 741hz, and 852hz are commonly used in sound therapy for their physical and emotional healing benefits. These frequencies are believed to assist in DNA repair and help with physical pain. If you are interested in exploring the benefits of sound therapy, consider incorporating these frequencies into your practice.

Where did sound baths originate?

sound baths originated in Tibet over 2000 years ago and have become popular all around the world. Sound bath therapy is used for mental health, past trauma, and general healing. The beauty of sound baths is in their ability to transport us to a different time and space, offering a unique and transformative experience.

The health benefits of a sound bath?

Studies have shown that sound baths may help reduce stress, anxiety, and depression, leading to an overall improvement in mental health. In addition, some providers have reported that participants experience a decrease in pain levels after a sound bath. It's important to note that while sound baths can be a helpful addition to a mental health regimen, they should not be used as a replacement for professional treatment.

It's always important to seek help from a qualified mental health practitioner if you're struggling with mental health issues. If you're interested in trying sound therapy, consider attending a sound bath session or incorporating sound healing into your yoga or meditation practice. With its potential to promote relaxation and healing, sound therapy may be a valuable tool in your journey towards better mental and physical health.

Where to buy sound bath tools?

Whether you're looking to practice sound therapy professionally or simply want to experiment with different frequencies at home, it's important to have the right tools for the job. We specialise in musical instruments and sound bath tools. With a wide range of products available, from singing bowls and gongs to chimes, we have everything you need. Not only do we offer a diverse selection of musical instruments, but we also prioritise sustainability and ethical sourcing. Many of our products are made from recycled or eco-friendly materials.

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