Relaxation Sound Bath Calm your mind Book a Mat Calm your Mind “Work is always on my mind. I have heard of meditation, but I can’t stop the noisy chatter in my head.” We hear you. It can be difficult to quiet the chatter and relax. 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. Ideal for beginners; for stress or exhaustion. Leave with a sense of peace and calm, feeling more refreshed. Book a Mat Upcoming Experiences (SGT Time) 19 March 2021 6:30 pm - 7:30 pm Relaxation Sound Bath: ReflectionCalm your mind with this blissful treat at the end of the work week. Allow the sound and vibration of the gong to take you into a deep state of relaxation. Take away a sense of peace into the weekend. Find out more » sgd40 COMO Shambala, 402 Orchard Rd, #06-01/02, Delfi 238876 Singapore + Google Map 23 March 2021 8:00 am - 8:50 am Relaxation Sound Bath: GratitudeCalm your mind and begin the day with an attitude of Gratitude. Allow the sound and vibration of the gong to take you into a deep state of relaxation. Ideal for Beginners. Take away a sense of peace into the rest of your day. Find out more » sgd35 COMO Shambala, 402 Orchard Rd, #06-01/02, Delfi 238876 Singapore + Google Map 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. Featured articles Here are some articles you may find useful in restoring you body’s natural balance and discovering happiness from within. Our addiction to distraction By Celeste Chong | December 9, 2020 When we are not distracted, we slow down and become still. When we are alone in this stillness, discomfort arises. Changing our views on trauma By Celeste Chong | November 23, 2020 Despite enjoying a normal childhood, are you stuck in unhealthy patterns or relationships, experiencing anxiety, depression or some form of addiction? Having bouts of anxiety or depression but don’t know why? By Celeste Chong | August 14, 2020 The way we react and behave is a result of past experiences which we may not be aware of but have stayed in our subconscious.