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I Hope you are well?

Have you ever thought how many emails you have sent and received with the opening ’I hope you are well’? Probably hundreds, right?

It remains the most ubiquitous greeting, and one which undoubtedly serves its purpose by providing the email equivalent of small talk.

But, it has made me think - what does it mean to be well, and how do we stay well?

A sense of wellness will obviously mean a different thing to all of us, and this will depend on our age, medical history, genetic background and so on. It may also depend on our relationship to exercise across the arc of our life.

However, I think most would agree that there are three key lifestyle elements that have the most impact on our health and wellbeing:

I’ll be exploring each of these in more detail over the next few weeks, and I’ll reach out to you with some useful insights, and simple tips that will enable you to meet your well being goals.

Let’s start with resting well, because I know how busy you are, and sufficient rest is a key element to being healthy and productive.

I am thrilled to announce that I am returning to Well House Yoga Space to host a Sound Bath Relaxation with refreshments and it would be a great pleasure to see you there.

Well House Yoga Space, Wellhouse Farm, Cote Hill Rd, Harrogate HG3 2LN, UK

Sound Bath Relaxation

My sound baths are truly immersive, and something you would never have experienced before….

I use my instruments to create a soundscape of continuous sound, so you can focus on deep calm and peaceful relaxation.

A marriage of the ancient acoustic instrumental practice with live loops for added texture and tension - my sound baths are unique!

I start with a focus on your breath, and guide you into a state of relaxation, where you can simply relax and be bathed in a beautiful kaleidoscope of sound. The session will conclude with a guided grounding where I enable you to connect again with your body, the space and the present.

This isn’t just some wellness ‘woo-woo’ - scientific research suggests that we respond to sound vibration at a cellular level, and the ambient music you will hear during this workshop is designed to alter the brainwave state for healing.

Of the five frequencies (beta, alpha, theta, delta & gamma) that our brain experiences, the theta brainwave range is the one in which the body and mind’s natural healing processes are activated and optimised. Theta brainwaves are present during deep relaxation, dreaming, meditation and hypnosis. Theta brainwaves can be a source of creativity, intuition, increased memory, and enhanced concentration.

Using my experience as a musician and training as a sound therapist (Foundation Certificate in Sound Healing) I create my sound baths to help you quieten your mind, decrease the perception of stress, and bring attention into your body in order to allow you to become centred, grounded and begin to find purpose.

Sound baths can be more easily accessible to individuals who find traditional methods of mindfulness and meditation more difficult to access, so this could be a good way to invest in your mental wellbeing in a peaceful, non-judgmental environment.


Our sound baths are always very popular, so please book early to avoid disappointment.



Arrival with herbal teas, vegan and non-vegan cakes

6.30 - 7.45pm

Sound Bath Relaxation




Well House is a beautiful custom-built yoga space 7 miles from Harrogate and 16 miles from Skipton just off the A59 in a quiet location surrounded by amazing countryside -

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