Relaxation Sound Bath Calm your mind What is a Relaxation Sound Bath? Relaxation is important as stress can weaken our immune system. A sound bath is a relaxation and stress reduction technique where participants “bathe” in the sound waves produced by instruments like gongs, singing bowls and chimes. Through a combination of rhythms and frequencies, sound tools can enable the brain to move into deeper brain wave frequencies and shift our normal waking Beta state into a meditative state. The sound bath experience usually begins with a warm cup of Cacao Tea and Gratitude or Reflection practice. You will then lie down to enjoy a relaxing guided meditation sound bath. You leave lighter, taking a sense of peace with you into the rest of your day. Benefits of Sound Bath The benefits of a Relaxation Sound Bath include: Stress relief Increased productivity Improvement in wellbeing and health as your parasympathetic system is activated. This is our “Rest & Digest” mode, where the body can repair and recover. This results in better immunity, digestion, and memory among other things. "It takes courage to say yes to rest and play in a culture where exhaustion is seen as a status symbol." Brené Brown Virtual Sound Baths Enjoy our relaxation sound baths now on Insight Timer, the #1 free app for sleep, anxiety and stress. Or purchase the track(s) you like for easy access. Our virtual sound baths are best enjoyed lying down, eyes closed with earphones or headphones. Turn up the calm with an eye mask, essential oils and a comfy blanket. Insight Timer Download Track Featured articles Here are some articles you may find useful in restoring you body’s natural balance and discovering happiness from within. More about Cacao March 13, 2021 Curious to find our more about Cacao? Here are the answers to your most frequently asked questions. My first Cacao Ceremony March 7, 2021 I attended my first Cacao Ceremony in Bali and it was a heart opening experience. My anxiety subsided and I felt a warmth in my heart. Our addiction to distraction December 9, 2020 When we are not distracted, we slow down and become still. When we are alone in this stillness, discomfort arises.