Once a bit skeptical, after trying sound therapy Claire Lobenfeld is a believer. Sound meditation might just work for you. Increased clarity and decreased anxiety are just some of the benefits you can get from sound therapy. The benefits of sound for healing applications is practiced by El Larson, aka Heare, who does private sessions in her home in Pasadena.
- There are yoga studios that will offer music-related classes, but hitting downward facing dog at a Beyoncé yoga happy hour sounds more hokey than helpful, to me.
- Sound meditation, in which you are engulfed in sound as a means to find peace or relax, appears equally as distracting and, to be real, possibly like someone is going to try and sell me a crystal after the fact.
- But there are sound meditation practitioners who are innovating, using synthesizers to help create a sound bath.
“there are sound meditation practitioners who are innovating, using synthesizers to help create a sound bath.”