Sound Bathing the new Spa & Wellness Global Trend

you’ve heard it’s great for your health and scientifically proven to help with stress that it’s a must do, but what if you can’t sit in pure silence and focus on your breath?

Than Yvette Le Blowitz, founder of Spa it Girl recommends you try something a little different and it is “Sound Healing a.k.a Sound Bathing which is the new Spa & Wellness Global Trend”.

Sound Healing is ancient ritual that uses vibrational sound to help reduce stress, alter consciousness and create a deep sense of peace, well being and better health from within.

Sound Healing uses ancient instruments, including Tibetan singing bowls that are ‘struck and sung’ in specific rhythmic patterns to create vibrational sound harmonics at the frequency of “AUM” or “OM”. This sound frequency known as that of perfection impacts the sympathetic nervous system as your brain waves synchronize to the vibrations of the bowls.

During our waking state, the normal frequency of our brain waves is that of Beta. Sound tools entrain the brain to move into the deeper Alpha and Theta brain wave frequencies. These are the frequencies that induce deep meditative and peaceful states, clarity of mind and intuition.

Sound has been shown to be an effective way to help with the healing process, grief, pain relief, stress related conditions, chronic fatigue syndrome, depression and sleep.

Yvette Le Blowitz, founder of Spa it Girl shares “I can always create a peace, calm and spiritual wellness space by simply listening to Tibetan singing bowls play”

“Over the many years of being in the Spa and Wellness Industry and travelling to and experiencing different wellness and spa places, practicing yoga, meditating, meeting spiritual gurus, dabbling in ancient rituals, I found that whenever I listen to Tibetan singing bowls or any other forms of Sound Healing it had a profound calming effect”.

“I love creating a calm, peaceful and wellness work environment so for me listening to Tibetan Healing Sounds is just one of my many Wellness things I like to do when in the office and it seems millions of people globally are also tuning in to listen to Tibetan Healing Sounds on youtube also.

“If you ever need to bring some order back into your work place or space or a state of calm then listening to Tibetan singing bowls will always do the trick”.  “I find it even helps with productivity and creativity”.

Here is a list of 6 sound-therapy destinations where you can tune in relax and enjoy the sound waves:

The Standard Spa, Miami BeachSouth
Beach’s pulsing beat takes a restorative turn inside the hotel’s serene, Nordic-style spa, where singing crystal bowls accompany a massage for a deeper sense of mind-body balance. They are know for holding events that include floating full-moon meditation, complete with underwater sonic vibrations by local practitioner Sadhu Singh, as well as an evening kundalini-and-gong workshop featuring yoga poses, breath work, and a head-clearing soundtrack.

Sky Ting Yoga, New York City
The downtown New York destination plays host to Nate Martinez, a gifted practitioner who leads monthly sound baths in the skylit studio. Expect a shimmering, multilayered blend of tuning forks, vocal overtones, singing bowls, and more.

Integratron, Landers, California
Have 60 minute Sound Baths, sonic healing sessions that consist of 25 minutes of crystal bowls played live and the balance of the hour to integrate the sound and relax in the sound chamber to recorded music.

Maha Rose, Brooklyn
Haha Rose offers a rotating mix of sound-healing experiences. They focus on singing crystal pyramids, and a breath work–focused sound bath led by the Brooklyn-based couple Jarrod Byrne Mayer and Melody Blazon.

Miraval, Tucson, Arizona’s Santa Catalina Mountains
This iconic wellness resort play Himalayan singing bowls underwater while guests float in a warm pool and they also have dry-land versions too.

Wanderlust Hollywood, Los Angeles
This Los Angeles studio hold workshops on topics like breath work, anatomy, and sound bathing and events led by Ambi Sitham, who often aligns her two-hour sessions with the lunar cycle, summoning untapped energies with gongs and quartz crystal bowls.

Woom Center, New York City
This yoga studio uses shifting sounds, visual projections, and subtly diffused scent. Once savasana arrives they use a variety of instruments, including Himalayan singing bowls, bells, and chimes.