Why sound?

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what is a sound bath?

An immersive, sensory experience, a "sound bath" offers the chance to switch off the mind, open the heart and calm the spirit. A moment in time for yourself to be enveloped in a wave of therapeutic tones, it's a session to reset and renew. A sound bath is simple as lying back in a restful space, closing your eyes and allowing the sound in. The tones produced by Crystal Singing Bowls are heard by the ear and felt in the body, with certain tones affecting your energy centres (chakras) for balancing and meditation. The bowl shape gives the sound similar characteristics to the human voice, which is why they are known as singing bowls.

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WHy try sound sebastien?

Using a combination of Crystal Alchemy Singing Bowls and Tuning Forks to create specific tones and pitches, every Sound Sebastien session hosted by Jasmine and Toni is unique. There is no "formula" — each bespoke session is tailored to the needs and energy of the group. Informed by the duo's rich experience in the health and wellness field, Sound Sebastien sessions create a safe, calm and joyful moment in each day, offering an escape from the hectic pace of city life in London. You can always expect a luxurious setting that holds a space for complete relaxation, and allows you to take the meditation journey you choose for yourself.

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what can i expect?

A Sound Bath with Sound Sebastien is an inclusive space, with no experience of sound therapy or meditation required to enjoy the benefits. Held in calm and peaceful pockets of London (anywhere from a basement to a boardroom!), Sound Sebastien creates soothing spaces for you to relax and unwind. Take your place on a comfy mat, lie back under a blanket, cover your eyes with a lavender-infused pillow, and let the beautiful tones of our Crystal Alchemy Singing Bowls wash over you. When you leave, you might notice a range of benefits, including better concentration, reduced stress, improved sleep, increased creativity and short-term memory.

Sound Sebastien featured in Red Magazine

Jasmine spoke to Ruby Warrington from Red Magazine about how, in our technology-driven world, it’s the moments of inner quiet that facilitate a true sense of relaxation, release and connection. Read the full article online. 

A Sound Bath is a buzz of a different kind. The right frequencies touch us on a level far deeper than the intellectual mind can identify with, and we fall into the mystery of the space within.
— Jasmine
The bowl shape gives the sound similar characteristics to the human voice. Studies have also shown that the human mind reacts positively to the sound of singing; one need only picture a mother calming a child with the sound of her voice to understand how deeply we react to song.
— Toni