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SOUND BATHS

WHAT TO EXPECT IN A PERSONAL 
SOUND BATH SESSION

Experiencing a sound bath can be deeply relaxing and make you feel good in explicable ways.

 

Sound healing is the use of specific instruments, music, tones, and other sonic vibrations to balance and heal the body, mind, and spirit. 

 

I use 7 beautiful, rare, practitioner singing chalices, that work directly with the chakra energetic points on the body. The sound chalices promote deep rest, nervous system rebalancing, and emotional release. 

 

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Working with sound healing can put you into a hypnotic, meditative or theta brainwave state, which allows access to deeper levels of inner wisdom and healing.

 

When you have a session with me, we first discuss what you hope to achieve from our sound session and set a firm intention.  

 

You will then lie on my therapy couch, covered with a soft blanket and have your eyes closed whilst I move around you working with each of your chakras and the 7 sound chalices in turn. I also use the scented Aura-Soma pomanders on your energetic field, they are divine.

 

Many clients fall asleep mid process, which shows just how relaxed your nervous system can become during the session.

A SESSION IS 60 MINUTES, COSTS £65 AND  INCLUDES USE OF THE BEAUTIFUL AND POWERFUL AURA-SOMA PRODUCTS 

 

GROUP SOUND BATHS

I offer group sound baths at my woodland retreat and they are always a component of my retreat days.

There are never more than 6 people at any sound bath and we always finish with refreshments and a chance to connect with like minded others. Ideally relaxing on the terrace with views over the grounds and woods.

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'My sound healing session with Claire was beyond relaxing, I felt safe and nurtured  throughout. During it I saw images and colours whilst Claire worked over me with her chalices, then before I knew it I was fast asleep. When I awoke, I felt so refreshed and uplifted.'  Justine Brinkstead

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