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S2E14: Sound Baths: A Better Way to Meditate

I am loving today’s episode because it’s actually a little interactive. The very best kind of episodes are, in my opinion 🙂

Have you ever heard of sound baths? If not, don’t worry– I’m gonna play you a little sample by my incredibly talented guest, Sara Auster. She’s a sound therapist & meditation teacher. Using a holistic approach to well-being with the transformative power of music and sound, her carefully crafted experiences allow sound to be used as a tool to access meditative states, support self-inquiry, cultivate deep relaxation, and inspire meaningful connection and change.

She’s been invited to speak about mindfulness and sound for companies such as Google, Microsoft and American Express. Her work has been featured in global media outlets including: The New York Times, Time Magazine, Vice, Quartz and Billboard Magazine and was named a top meditation teacher by Oprah Magazine in 2016.

In today’s episode we talk about…
– What to expect in a sound bath
– Why a sound bath isn’t just meditation
– How people with hearing loss can benefit
– Most transformative experiences
– How to enjoy a sound bath at home

Plus, Sara let us grab a sample of her work to share with you! It’s a good episode, friends.


Bad Yogi Podcast Sara Auster Sound Bath

To hear more from Sara, find her playlists, & see where she’s coming for live events, head to www.saraauster.com.

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    November 17, 2018 at 12:08 am

    Sound bath meditation. New to me.
    I would like to ask you guys one question. Does yoga have pagan elements and demonic roots which has been hot subject recently? Share your opinions.

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