Demystifying the Sound Bath
March 29, 2023
Meditation is not about stopping your thoughts – it’s about watching them. Whether you have an established meditation practice or only find moments of meditation when guided at a studio, there are many different ways to clear your mind.
Sound healing is based on the principle that vibrations change consciousness. The healing vibrations pass through our bodies, opening blockages and helping you center and connect with the divine within. Using sound as a meditation helps eliminate the chatter of the thinking mind, allowing for a deep connection to self. It is within this connection that everything slips away, and we come into a state of deep peace.
Find Balance and Harmony through Sound Bath
“In my own experience, sound has drastically improved the quality and restfulness of my sleep,” noted Kalyn Potter, who led Sound Baths last time at Uptown Yoga. “Ultimately, sound can benefit most people and is something I am particularly passionate about because it is accessible to individuals of any age.”
Sound is profoundly meditative and healing, but it is also profoundly physical. “The vibrations can be felt viscerally, which is a large part of how it got the name sound ‘bath’. It is fully immersive and gives you the sensation of being washed with sound. This can cause tingly feelings and can help shake loose tight muscles and bring up all sorts of unique physical sensations,” said Kalyn.
Sound Healing Training
Ready to discover the incredible benefits of sound healing? Join Sound Healing Training by Danielle Goldfarb, a renowned sound healer and community builder in Austin, for a weekend intensive at Uptown Yoga from July 14 – 16, 2023. You’ll have the chance to learn about and play various instruments used in a sound bath while experiencing the benefits of sound therapy firsthand. Don’t wait to enhance your knowledge and skills in sound healing. Register now and become a part of the sound healing movement!