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People have been using sound to promote healing for thousands of years. For example, ancient Greek physicians used musical instruments as therapy believing that the instruments’ vibrations could aid in digestion, treat mental disturbance, and induce sleep. Meanwhile, ancient Egyptians thought musical incantations healed the sick.
During a sound bath, participants typically lie on the ground while a practitioner plays a variety of sounds with various musical instruments in order to create a relaxing, meditative experience for participants.
Most sound baths combine a mix of different instruments because each gives off different frequencies, or vibrations.
You will hear:
- Metal singing bowls
- Crystal bowls
- Tuning forks
While a sound bath is supposed to bring you into a deep state of meditation, you don’t need experience in meditation to try it.
Practitioners say that the benefits of sound baths include:
- Deepening relaxation
- Lowering stress and anxiety
- Improving mood and well-being
- Improving sleep
- Heightening focus and energy
- A feeling of rejuvenation
Although these are common benefits, different people react to sound baths in different ways. For example, one person might feel especially relaxed, while another might feel a boost of energy.