Corporate Wellness

About Corporate Wellness

I spent the past 10 years working in C-level Executive support, Operations and Project Management where I experienced first-hand the effects of high stress positions and the challenges of work life balance. 

I learned that meditation is the best technique to release stress and live peacefully and joyfully so I turned my focus to stress reduction and sound healing practices over the past few years. Working my way into Program Development, I managed a meditation and Neurofeedback center where I began to experience first hand the powerful effects of sound induced meditation on my client’s mental and emotional state.

Why is it called a bath?

Participants lay on the floor in supported savasana (lying on their back) and let the waves of sound “wash” over them. For those who are not comfortable lying down, a seated position either on the floor or in a chair is a perfect alternative.

A sound bath session is a deeply relaxing and rejuvenating experience, a perfect non-invasive tool to facilitate better sleep and stress reduction, assisting those who struggle with insomnia and other sleep related concerns as it calms your overstimulated nervous system and brings balance to your energy. It is a meditation guided by sound and vibration, an immersive sensory concert performed with quartz crystal bowls and other instruments and vocals. Pure tones create a symphony of sounds ranging from harmony to dissonance as organic binaural beats entrain the brain and facilitate a shift in your state of consciousness, encouraging the production of Theta waves in your brain. Theta is the state before sleep, awakening your creativity and inspiration while encouraging deep relaxation.

 

I learned that meditation is the best technique to release stress and live peacefully and joyfully so I turned my focus to stress reduction and sound healing practices over the past few years. Working my way into Program Development, I managed a meditation and Neurofeedback center where I began to experience first hand the powerful effects of sound induced meditation on my client’s mental and emotional state.I would like to share this wonderful experience of sound guided meditation practice that I have been bringing into the workplace.

Why is it called a bath?

Participants lay on the floor in supported savasana (lying on their back) and let the waves of sound “wash” over them. For those who are not comfortable lying down, a seated position either on the floor or in a chair is a perfect alternative.

A sound bath session is a deeply relaxing and rejuvenating experience, a perfect non-invasive tool to facilitate better sleep and stress reduction, assisting those who struggle with insomnia and other sleep related concerns as it calms your overstimulated nervous system and brings balance to your energy. It is a meditation guided by sound and vibration, an immersive sensory concert performed with quartz crystal bowls and other instruments and vocals. Pure tones create a symphony of sounds ranging from harmony to dissonance as organic binaural beats entrain the brain and facilitate a shift in your state of consciousness, encouraging the production of Theta waves in your brain. Theta is the state before sleep, awakening your creativity and inspiration while encouraging deep relaxation.

Benefits

One of the greatest benefits of a workplace meditation program is the improved overall happiness of employees. Many companies looking to reduce stress and improve the lives of their employees are including mindfulness meditation to their wellness offerings for the multitude of benefits:

  • Relieve insomnia
  • Deep relaxation
  • Stress reduction
  • Increased overall well being
  • Pain relief
  • Increased energy level
  • Relief from anxiety
  • Increase in self confidence
  • Eases frustration
  • Improvement in mood
  • Relieves digestive issues
  • Centering/Mindfulness
  • Increased patience
  • Dissipates brain “fog”
  • Increased motivation
  • Improved attention span
  • Decreased irritability
  • Relieving tension blockages
  • Better ability to communicate Expressing healthy emotion
  • Learning Meditation
  • Deepening your Meditation

How we create an event!

One of the beautiful things about creating these events is that they don’t require a lot of equipment. All you need is an open space or large conference room. I encourage participants to bring a yoga mat and I bring all of my equipment to set up the session. There are a multitude of options for how to customize and create this experience for your staff. We can pair it with Yoga, build into a larger half-day team building workshop and so much more. Let’s talk about how we can co-create an amazing experience! Let’s bring mindfulness and sound meditation to your Employee Wellness Program.