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Sat, Nov 10


Blend Cafe & Yoga

Scent + Sound Bath with Tara: Blend Yoga - Somerset, MA

Scent + Sound with Tara Atwood followed by herbal tea + mindful snacks

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Scent + Sound Bath with Tara: Blend Yoga - Somerset, MA
Scent + Sound Bath with Tara: Blend Yoga - Somerset, MA

Time & Location

Nov 10, 2018, 4:00 PM – 6:00 PM

Blend Cafe & Yoga, 255 County St, Somerset, MA 02726, USA

About the event

Scent + Sound with Tara Atwood followed by herbal tea + mindful snacks


A powerful combination of aromatherapeutic oils will be diffused throughout the room with energy work that moves and balances qi “energy flow” through your body. Therapeutic essential oils are applied to specific acupressure points to enhance the body’s innate healing capabilities and increase wellbeing.


Reduce stress, enjoy deep peacefulness and enter into relaxation and meditation with this unique Sound Bath Session with International Sound Therapist, Tara. During the Sound Bath session, the room will be surrounded with Tibetan & Crystal bowls. Will include active and passive meditation techniques and a Sound Bath, where you will be fully emerged in the vibration and frequencies of sound.


This ancient wellness practice of sound healing is a 2,000 year old Tibetan practice that induces a deep state of meditation and relaxation. The primary bowls, Tibetan bowls, are sound instruments that have sonic frequency technologies that encourage meditation, stress release and relaxation. The transcendental tones of the vintage Tibetan singing bowls, along side the Crystal bowls, emit a diverse set of sound frequencies, creating a range of sounds to restore normal vibratory frequencies from out-of-harmony parts of the body, mind and soul. The unique tones blended together create a Bath of sounds that in effect induce a state of deep meditation, creative thinking and intuitive messages, and encourages stress release and deep relaxation.

What to expect during the Sound Bath:

During the Sound Bath session, Tara will surround the room with bowls. She will lead the session with active and passive meditation techniques prior to the Sound Bath. The Sound Bath will be 30-40 minutes of sounds as the guests lay in sleeping position.

Benefits of the Sound Bath:

Each bowl has a unique frequency, sound and tone that corresponds to the frequencies within the body offering healing vibrations that restore the body to a natural state of balance.

The vibrations of the bowls initiates the entrainment or movement of our brainwaves to synchronize with the bowls, improving brain wave frequencies. The vibratory frequencies create deep meditation, enhance intuitive abilities and creative thinking.

The brain waves, during this session, switch from Beta waves (normal waking state) to Alpha and Theta waves (a deep meditative state).

Sound waves stimulate our immune response, reduce stress, harmonize the body’s cells, balance the body’s energy systems, and calm our emotions reducing stress and increasing a meditative state of well-being.

The sounds from the bowls help with body pain and is a powerful to for anyone suffering from chronic pain and illness such as cancer patients undergoing chemotherapy and/or radiation.

Sound bowls increase a deep sense of peace, hope and well-being, reduce stress and decrease pain. Sessions also are effective for people suffering from depression, anxiety, chronic fatigue, insomnia and memory loss.

“If we accept that sound is vibration and we know that vibration touches every part of our physical being, then we understand that sound is heard not only through our ears but through every cell in our bodies. One reason sound heals on a physical level is because it so deeply touches and transforms us on the emotional and spiritual planes.

Sound can redress imbalances on every level of physiologic functioning and can play a positive role in the treatment of virtually any medical disorder.”

- Dr. Mitchell Gaynor, director of Medical Oncology and Integrative Medicine, the Cornell Cancer Prevention Center in New York City

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