New weekly Sound Bath every Thursday at Focus Mind Space.
Immerse yourself in a soothing bath of Kiko Sounds and experience a sublime inner journey of deep listening, relaxation and self-healing. Sound Baths are a form of shared meditation where frequency is used with the intention of inviting meditative and therapeutic effects into the body. They are a practice of creating stillness, quieting the mind and opening to the potential healing power of vibration intended to guide the body and mind into a state of equilibrium. This experience is suitable for all levels and bodies. Listeners are guided through gentle relaxation techniques that may include safe and simple breath work, visualization and listening practices. During the session, you will be bathed in an immersive and intuitive soundscape created with a harmonic selection of overtone-emitting instruments that may include crystal alchemy and Himalayan singing bowls, chimes, mallet percussion instruments, rattles, gongs, tuning forks, shruti box and voice. Each sound bath is conceived and shared with great consideration towards Mother Nature and her seasons, planetary positions as well as the combined energies of the individuals attending. Because of this each sound bath is completely unique and shares a special magic never to be repeated again.
Sound Baths are beneficial for all beings from newcomers and those working with illnesses, injuries and other limitations to advanced practitioners and experienced meditators. By inviting our bodies to pause in these deeper states of relaxation through the access point of sound, we open the door to profound journeys of self-discovery and self-healing. Our bodies experience sound through so much more than what is audible to our ears. Sound and vibration are felt through our skin, in our bones and deep within the nervous system. Receiving a sound bath can help create shifts in our bodies and this allows for space and possibility for healing to take place on many different levels. By tuning into ourselves while sharing a communal environment, we also create the opportunity to attune to each other through the shared experience of sound.