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Sound Bath Information

Anderson warmly welcomes you to release, relax and receive …perhaps to journey, as you pick up healing theta and delta frequencies and just… let go.

Take time out for you! and be bathed in the sounds of Tibetan and Crystal Singing Bowls, Gongs, Koshi Chimes, Shamanic drum and other delicious vibrations.


Please wear warm comfy clothing and bring whatever you need to make sure you are supremely comfortable and warm. Perhaps a yoga mat, blanket, cushion etc.


What is a sound bath?

 It’s a deeply relaxing full body experience using sound to nurture your body and soul and quiet your mind. The Sound Bath has little formality, merely lying on a mat generally covered in a blanket and quietly drifting along with the sounds.


The experience begins with each person lying down or seated in a comfortable position, often with a blanket and an eye mask. After a few minutes of guided focus on the breath, the remainder of the experience is filled with different sounds and frequencies being introduced in succession. The sounds are created by a variety of overtone-emitting instruments including Himalayan and crystal singing bowls, drum, gong, various rattles and chimes.

The Gong and other sound tools are incredibly powerful instruments that work frequency and vibrations, particularly good for those who find it hard to find to meditate. This practice is a great reliever of stress, anxiety, sleep disorders and helps with focus and creativity.


There are a few contra-indications that are worth bringing to your attention. These include;

Not suitable for ladies in the first trimester of pregnancy, people with pace-makers or other implants, ie stents and shunts, those suffering from serious heart conditions, acute or serious mental health problems or those who may suffer from sound induced epilepsy.


While Barecamp is a festival of Naturism, it is important to be comfortable and warm. In this way people are more present to receive the sounds and get a greater benefit.

Please bring a yoga mat or something to lay on, blanket, cushion, eye mask (I have a few eye masks) and water.

Please arrive at least 15min before to make yourself comfortable.

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