Sound Bath Healing Sessions


Sound Bath Healing Group Sessions and 1-2-1 Healing Therapy.

Disconnect to Reconnect

Background of learning in Rishikesh

I have visited Rishikesh in India to complete a Sound Healing Teacher Training course early 2023. What a wonderful experience that was. The drive to Rishikesh from Dehadran airport was incredible. Windy roads through forest jungle was incredible and then WOW…. The Ganges. What a beautiful powerful force of nature. Mama Ganga. When I arrived in Rishikesh, the streets were lined with cows, dogs and cheeky monkeys. The people wore traditional Indian dress and were busy going about their everyday work life. Selling sugar cane juice, fresh fruits such as papaya and pineapples and as for the shops. Beautifully handmade bed spreads, cushion covers, clothes, it was incredible. I wish I had more luggage allowance on my return trip as I would have purchased so much more.

The course was led by Deepak, a deep, philosophical man whose knowledge I was in awe of. He had lived and worked in China and Tibet for 15 years, gaining his sound healing and yogi knowledge over there and had 5 studios, delivering his knowledge to 1000’s of students. Once COVID arrived he had to give these up and moved back to India. On the course we were taught how to use Tibetan traditional singing bowls, goings, wind chimes, rain sticks, ocean drums, hand pans, drums, crystal bowls and how each chakra in the body requires a certain  bowl/note, which incense to use to help unblock these chakras and how to choregraph a soothing sound bowl session.

Tibetan singing bowls have been used for centuries for healing and meditation purposes. They create a range of sounds to restore the normal vibratory frequencies of diseased and out of harmony parts of the body, mind and soul. Healing processes are initiated through entraining our brainwaves to synchronise with the perfect resonance of the bowls. Unique tones are created to help reach the perfect state for deep meditation, creative thinking and intuitive messages. The gong is a powerful therapeutic instrument that is said to resolve physical, emotional and spiritual dissonance. In 2024 I am continuing my sound healing journey and have enrolled on a Gong Practitioner course. I cannot wait to learn and grow and to share all that I learn. 

Group Sound Sessions and 1-2-1 Sound Sessions

Claire delivers 2 sound bath sessions at Peckforton and Beeston Village Hall. They each take place on the last Thursday of every month.

The 4.00pm class is a 30 minute restorative movement, a gentle,  restful practice that is all about slowing down and opening your body through passive stretching followed by 30 minutes of a deep, immersive sound bath.

The 8.30pm class is a 60 minute deep, immersive sound bath alone, allowing each person to explore their inner minds to bring about inner peace followed by a hot herbal tea and snack and chance to reflect on their sound bath and connect with others in the group. 

Sound baths are a meditative practice involving the use of resonant music, through Tibetan bowls, gongs, bells, triangles, rainsticks and drums. This creates an immersive sound that fills the room and the body, aiming to help people relax and let go of stress, anxiety, or other worries and concerns. People report feeling deeply relaxed after sound baths, which may have health benefits

I also offer private sessions for individuals, couple or small groups of up to 4 people.  I feel so passionate about helping people to cope with anxiety, to relieve from any physical pain they maybe experiencing or working with people that may have a medical condition and need some support with this from a sound healing perspective.

Please get in touch if you would be interested in smaller, bespoke session.