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What is a sound bath?

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What began as big, one-off events (such as a sound meditation for 800 people recently hosted by The Big Quiet, where I wanted to keep my eyes peeled while a pianist serenaded the audience), sound baths are increasingly on the menus of your favorite yoga studio, holistic spa, or acupuncture spot, making it a lot easier to do this regularly. When it starts on Saturday, February 27, Sky Ting, the super-cool yoga studio on the edge of Chinatown, will be another of Martinez’s regular places around town to enjoy sound baths. Just as you have your Saturday morning hot yoga class that you never skip, even if your boyfriend has snagged a table at the Egg Shop, you can now make sound bathing a real habit.

What do you do in a Soundbath?

Auster, for example, plays singing bowls, tuning forks, gongs, and other overtone instruments to stimulate alpha and theta brain waves, explains Auster. A sound bath is a meditative experience in which a group of people lie down and listen to resonant sounds.

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