Guide to LA Health + Fitness

The Best Sound Baths in Los Angeles

For most people, listening to this quote is a difficult feat: “Do not dwell in the past, do not dream of the future, concentrate the mind on the present moment.” – Buddha. We have busy lives, we are constantly regretting or planning for the future. It’s human nature. And since it’s not as easy as it sounds, mediation is becoming more popular to help us ground ourselves in the “now.” That’s why we’re sharing the best sound baths in Los Angeles!

There also isn’t just one way to meditate. You can do it alone in silence in your house, you can join a meditation class, you can listen to a guided meditation, or you can try a sound bath. 

Unlike the typical silent meditation, sound baths are the EXACT opposite. Instead of a room full of silence and nothingness, which can be extremely intimidating, the room is filled with relaxation inducing sounds made for a unique meditation experience. Regardless if you are a veteran meditator or just a beginner, sound baths are quite the experience and you can try one out in LA!

Here are the best sound baths in LA:

The Soundbath Center

Eagle Rock

Yep, you read that correctly. Eagle Rock has one of the best sound baths in LA! The Soundbath Center has sound healing classes, but one of the coolest things about this specific spot is that you can take classes to learn how to create your own sound experience. Then you can take your skills and practice them at home! This place is definitely one of the best sound baths in Los Angeles. 

https://sound-bath.com/

The Den

Silverlake / Mid City

Take a break from the hustle and bustle of Los Angeles and take a mentally relaxing trip into one of the classes at the Den Workshop. New students can take unlimited classes for 21 days for only $50. They have a sound bath class entertainingly called, “Chill the F*ck Out” and it uses gemstone bowls to create the relaxation inducing sounds for your meditation.

The majority of the bowls are made of quartz, but others are offered like a black tourmaline bowl to clear negative energies and auras. In case you are more traditional though, they also offer sound baths with gongs. 

https://denmeditation.com/

Unplug

West LA / Santa Monica

Unplug doesn’t only offer sound baths, which they call sound healing, but they also offer aromatherapy, chakra clearing and astrological meditations. Their sessions are about 45 minutes long and new students who are interested in their classes can get 2 full weeks of unlimited classes for $35.

The rooms have padded cushions that recline and they won’t let anyone in once the class has started, so you’ll be sure to have a clear mind when it’s all said and done.

https://www.unplug.com/

The Fragrance of Sound

LA/OC Area

Sound healing, musical healing and performances can all be found at The Fragrance of Sound. Mari MacEwen, the owner studied indigenous medicine and has been doing healing sound baths since the 1990s. Using indigenous instruments, movement, chants and more help her create an honest and open space that allows people to come and heal. She also does sonic meditations which include crystal bowls, the sound of the gong, and even running water! You can’t miss this place if you’re looking for the best sound baths in Los Angeles!

http://fragranceofsound.yolasite.com/meditation.php

https://www.facebook.com/the-FRAGRANCE-OF-SOUND-R-141736222566295/

Luminescence

Los Feliz

If you’re feeling a little too close to the dark side, Luminescence is the answer! Each month a different sound healer teaches a sacred sound bath, so you’ll never get the same experience twice.

If you purchase ahead of time it’s $20 per session, on the day of it is $25. Located inside a yoga studio and the cute neighborhood of Los Feliz, you might want to grab a bite to eat after all that relaxing!

http://www.thesacredyes.com/luminescence.html

Still want more? Check out our favorite meditation centers in Los Angeles!

 

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    satyadeva
    August 26, 2019 at 7:52 am

    Thank you so much for share your knowledge

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