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A sound bath is a deeply immersive sound experience that helps bring about a meditative state. This full-body experience is an excellent way to repair a frayed nervous system. Our sound healing instruments include the highly regarded Crystal Tones™ singing bowls that are fused with with rare minerals, gemstones, and metals such as platinum, gold, copper, moldavite, and Sedona red rock using a patented technology. This process creates singing bowls that produce rich harmonic overtones that are a deeply compelling focal point for the mind and resonant vibrations that help release tension held in the body. People often report feeling clear headed, cleansed, and renewed as a result of this type of meditation experience.

We offer weekly in-person Sound Baths, private Sound Baths either at your home or in studio, and Virtual Sound Baths for corporate wellness events. We also have a number of Sound Baths in our members-only virtual studio, RHTV. Click on buttons below to sign-up/inquire. Scroll down to experience one of our virtual sound baths.

If you love this, we recommend becoming an RHTV member where you can access all of our virtual sound baths and over 100 classes in meditation, Yin Yoga, Kundalini Yoga, and more. CLICK HERE to learn more.

LISTENING TIPS: Grab your headphones, get cozy, and settle in for some deep listening. Wear comfortable clothing and be ready to lay down with a blanket and any other props you will need to feel comfortable.


We strongly recommend using EARBUDS or HEADPHONES or air casting to your TV SPEAKERS since the built-in speakers of an iPhone, iPad, or laptop are NOT able to convey the rich blend of harmonic tones produced by these healing instruments. This live streaming event begins promptly, so join us here a few minutes early.


In this sound bath, Jenny Arrington will be using a selection of the highly regarded Crystal Tones singing bowls that are fused with rare minerals, gemstones, and metals such as platinum, gold, copper, and moldavite, and the powerful 34-inch hand-hammered bronze Chau Gong.

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