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Sound Baths

with Milyana Sound Therapy

Every second Sunday, times vary

Join Nicola for a group sound bath every second Sunday, and allow yourself to unwind from the week that was, to be held, and to bring your mind, body and spirit back into balance through the softness and beauty of this vibrational medicine.

If you suffer from stress, fatigue, or depression, regular sound bath’s can help alleviate symptoms. The vibrations from Nicola’s unique blend of bowls and chimes have the potential to lead individuals into a state of deep contemplation and relaxation, effectively quieting the body's fight-or-flight response and over-stimulated monkey mind. Leave feeling grounded, relaxed and back at home in your body ready to take on the week ahead.

$30 investment in self x

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BOOKINGS;

Mother's Day Special

SPECIAL EVENTS;

Yin & Massage with Sound Bath, $45

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  • Resonance and Vibration: The instruments used in a sound bath, such as singing bowls and gongs, emit specific frequencies and vibrations. These vibrations resonate with the body's cells, tissues, and organs, promoting a sense of harmony. This resonance can stimulate a relaxation response.

  • Reduction in Stress Hormones: The soothing sounds of a sound bath can lower the production of stress hormones like cortisol. Reduced cortisol levels lead to decreased stress and anxiety.

  • Brainwave Activity: Sound baths can alter brainwave activity. They may encourage the brain to shift from higher-frequency, alert states (beta) to lower-frequency, relaxed states (alpha and theta). This shift induces a meditative and calm mindset.

  • Autonomic Nervous System: Sound baths have been shown to activate the parasympathetic nervous system, responsible for the body's rest and relaxation response. This activation can lower heart rate, blood pressure, and promote a state of calm.

  • Release of Endorphins: The sounds generated during a sound bath may trigger the release of endorphins, which are the body's natural feel-good chemicals. This can result in an improved mood and overall sense of well-being.

  • Respiratory and Heart Rate: The rhythmic and harmonious sounds in a sound bath can help synchronize respiratory and heart rates, leading to a deeper state of relaxation and balance.

  • Stress Reduction: By guiding participants to focus on the sounds and their own breath, a sound bath distracts from stressors and anxious thoughts, allowing the mind to unwind.

  • Body-Mind Connection: Sound baths promote a connection between the body and mind, encouraging mindfulness and self-awareness. This can lead to emotional release and a sense of inner balance.

Sound baths create a multisensory experience that impacts the body's physiological responses, promoting calm and balance. The combination of resonance, relaxation of the nervous system, and positive changes in brainwave activity fosters a serene and harmonious state of being.
 

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