Sound baths in Bognor Regis, Felpham, Pagham, Oving, Chichester and Bosham, West Sussex

Sound Baths in and around Bognor Regis and Chichester

Deeply relax with the healing sounds of Tibetan singing bowls, drums, chimes and more in these gentle sound meditations.

I am now offering sound baths in four different locations, Bosham and Oving near Chichester and Pagham and Felpham, in Bognor Regis. To find out more about any specific venue or event, please scroll down and click on the relevant tab under ‘Further details about venues and events’.

Sound baths (sound meditations) have many health benefits including reducing anxiety and depression and improving sleep. To find out more including how to get the most out of a sound bath, read my blog post ‘All you need to know about sound baths.’

Book a sound bath:

Please see the ‘Further details’ section below for more information about the different venues and events.

For sold-out events, please email me at info@meadowtherapies.com to be added to the waiting list.

 

Further details about venues and events

Sound Baths in Bosham near Chichester

If you’ve not been to the Green Door Centre in Bosham (formerly Hamblin Hall) before and even if you have, you are in for a real treat. It’s a magical and deeply spiritual place.

These sound baths are for just 10 people and places do quickly fill up. Instruments vary slightly each month but usually include Tibetan bowls, chimes, drums and a wind gong amongst others. As well as a one-hour sound bath, events here include additional activities such as journalling and chanting, for an even deeper experience.

What to bring: There are a limited number of yoga mats at the hall but please bring your own as well as there aren’t enough for everyone. You should also bring water, an eye mask, a pillow and blankets.  It’s surprising how much you can cool down.

Address: Green Door Centre, Bosham House, Main Rd, Bosham, Chichester PO18 8PJ

Parking: There are two car free car parks here one by the entrance to the grounds, just a few minutes walk to the hall and another by the centre, less than a one-minute walk to the hall. Please do respect the quiet serenity of the gardens.

Start Time: Please note doors will open at 6.30 pm with no entry after 6.40 pm.

End Time: about 8 pm 

For more information about sound baths and tips on how to get the most out of a sound bath, check out my blog post ‘All you need to know about Sound Baths’.

Sound Baths in Felpham, Bognor Regis

This is a large hall with windows looking out on a small walled garden along one side. There’s a wonderful atmosphere here too.

The sound baths here are for 20 people, arranged in a circle to give a sense of community. Two types of sound baths are held here. Some are similar to the sound baths I hold in other venues whereas others incorporate Yoga Nidra with an even gentler sound bath that doesn’t include the gong.

For the Sound Baths with Yoga Nidra, I will be working with Margaret Simmons from FabYoga, a fully qualified and experienced yoga teacher. Together we will combine a soothing soundscape with a deeply relaxing yoga nidra. Unlike the type of yoga you are most likely more familiar with, a yoga nidra doesn’t involve movement. It’s similar to guided meditation but deeper and even more relaxing and known to be particularly beneficial in reducing anxiety. You will be lying down in a circle while Margaret and I combine the spoken voice with a healing soundscape. Instruments used include Tibetan bowls, chimes, drums and a sansula to create a gentle sound bath.​

For the Phoenix Sound Bath, I will lead a guided meditation themed around renewal and transformation. The instruments I will use will be largely the same as the yoga nidra with the addition of a handheld wind gong.

What to bring: Please bring a yoga mat, blankets, pillow, eye mask, bolster or second pillow for under your knees, water and anything else you’ll need to be comfortable for lying still for an hour. It’s surprising how much you can cool down.

Address: St Mary’s Centre, Grassmere Cl, Felpham, Bognor Regis PO22 7NU

Parking: There is a large, free car park next to the centre.

Times: Sound Baths are held in Felpham on Saturday afternoons about once a month. Doors open at 2.50 pm with the sound bath starting promptly at 3 pm (no entry after 3 pm).

Sound Baths in Pagham near Bognor Regis

From June, monthly sound baths will be held here in this spacious village hall at 5 pm on the second Wednesday of the month. Doors will open at 4.45 pm with no entry after 4.55 pm.

What to bring: Please bring a yoga mat, blankets, pillows, eye mask, water and anything else you might need to be comfortable to lie for an hour. A bolster for under your knees is recommended plus an extra pair of socks. Please keep in mind that it’s surprising how much you cool down lying still.

What to wear: Something loose and comfortable.

Address: Pagham Village Hall, Pagham Road, Pagham, PO21 4NU

Parking: There is a large, free car park next to the hall.

Times: Doors open at 4.45 and the sound bath will start promptly at 5 pm (no entry after 4.55 pm).

For more information about sound baths and tips on how to get the most out of a sound bath, check out my blog post ‘All you need to know about Sound Baths’.

Sound Baths in Oving near Chichester

Summer Solstice in Oving near Chichester

Flanked by green fields, Oving Jubilee Village Hall is in a lovely location on the edge of the village. On Friday, June 21st, I am holding an extended Summer Solstice celebration here.

Known as Litha in the Pagan wheel of the year, the summer solstice is celebrated in many different cultures around the world in recognition of the longest day of the year and the shortest night.

What to bring: Please bring a yoga mat, blankets, pillows, eye mask, water and anything else you might need to be comfortable to lie for an hour. Please bear in mind that it’s surprising how much you cool down lying still.

What to wear: Something loose and comfortable. Gold, yellow and orange are the colours most associated with the Summer Solstice. Flowers in your hair are optional!

Address: Oving Jubilee Village Hall, High St, Oving, Chichester PO20 2DQ

Parking: There is a large, free car park next to the hall.

Times: Doors open at 3.45 pm and the sound bath will start promptly at 4 pm.

For more information about sound baths and tips on how to get the most out of a sound bath, check out my blog post ‘All you need to know about Sound Baths’.

You MUST consult your doctor before booking if any of the following apply:

  • Epilepsy
  • Pregnant women (especially during the first 12 weeks)
  • Serious mental health issue (including PTSD)
  • Cardiac pacemaker, defibrillator, artificial heart valve, cardiac arrhythmia, a stent or shunt, or a deep brain stimulation device (DBS)

Please note that people with sound-induced epilepsy must not take part in a sound bath.

Sound healing, Reiki and reflexology can all be used as complementary therapies alongside, but not instead of, conventional medical treatment.

If you’re experiencing any physical or mental health conditions, be sure to consult your GP or medical professional. 

Sound Bath at the Green Door Centre, Bosham, Chichester

Above and below: The Green Door Centre, Bosham, Chichester. The entrance to the hall where the sound bath will be held is pictured above and can be found to the right of the front entrance. The hall is wheelchair accessible.

Sound Bath in Bosham, Chichester, West Sussex
“How lucky am I? A group Sound Bath today where I met a few friends too. Not really surprising as your vibe attracts your tribe, and we certainly experienced lots of healing vibrations in another wonderfully relaxing session. I fell asleep again and wished the session was even longer so that I could stay cocooned in the nurturing frequencies.
 
As a fellow holistic therapist, I know I’ll benefit from the healing process very deeply, enabling me to work more effectively.”
Trisha

Holistic Therapist, Trishealth Wellbeing

Below: The entrance to the main hall at the Green Door Centre (formerly known as Hamblin Hall).

Sound Baths in Bosham near Chichester, West Sussex
Sound baths in Bognor Regis, Felpham, Pagham, Oving, Chichester and Bosham, West Sussex

Sound Baths in and around Bognor Regis and Chichester

Deeply relax with the healing sounds of the gong, Tibetan singing bowls, drums, chimes and more in these gentle sound meditations

I am now offering sound baths in four different locations. To find out more about any specific venue or event, please scroll down and click on the relevant tab under ‘Further details about venues and events.’.

Sound baths (sound meditations) have many health benefits including reducing anxiety and depression and improving sleep. To find out more including how to get the most out of a sound bath, read my blog post ‘All you need to know about sound baths.’

Book a sound bath:

Please see the ‘Further details’ section below for more information about the different venues and events.

For sold-out events, please email me at info@meadowtherapies.com to be added to the waiting list.

 

Further details about venues and events

Sound Baths in Bosham near Chichester

If you’ve not been to the Green Door Centre in Bosham (formerly Hamblin Hall) before and even if you have, you are in for a real treat. It’s a magical and deeply spiritual place.

These sound baths are for just 10 people and places do quickly fill up. Instruments vary slightly each month but usually include Tibetan bowls, chimes, drums and a wind gong amongst others. As well as a full one-hour sound bath, events here include additional activities such as journalling and chanting, for an even deeper experience.

What to bring: There are a limited number of yoga mats at the hall but please bring your own as well as there aren’t enough for everyone. You should also bring water, an eye mask, a pillow and blankets.  It’s surprising how much you can cool down.

Address: Green Door Centre, Bosham House, Main Rd, Bosham, Chichester PO18 8PJ

Parking: There are two car free car parks here one by the entrance to the grounds, just a few minutes walk to the hall and another by the centre, less than a one-minute walk to the hall. Please do respect the quiet serenity of the gardens.

Start time: Please note doors will open at 6.30 pm with no entry after 6.40 pm.

End time: about 8 pm

For more information about sound baths and tips on how to get the most out of a sound bath, check out my blog post ‘All you need to know about Sound Baths’.

Sound Baths in Felpham, Bognor Regis

This is a large hall with windows looking out on a small walled garden along one side. There’s a wonderful atmosphere here too.

The sound baths here are for 20 people, arranged in a circle to give a sense of community. Two types of sound baths are held here. Some are similar to the sound baths I hold in other venues whereas others incorporate Yoga Nidra with an even gentler sound bath that doesn’t include the gong.

For the Sound Baths with Yoga Nidra, I will be working with Margaret Simmons from FabYoga, a fully qualified and experienced yoga teacher. Together we will combine a soothing soundscape with a deeply relaxing yoga nidra. Unlike the type of yoga you are most likely more familiar with, a yoga nidra doesn’t involve movement. It’s similar to guided meditation but deeper and even more relaxing and known to be particularly beneficial in reducing anxiety. You will be lying down in a circle while Margaret and I combine the spoken voice with a healing soundscape. Instruments used include Tibetan bowls, chimes, drums and a sansula to create a gentle sound bath.​

For the Phoenix Sound Bath, I will lead a guided meditation themed around renewal and transformation. The instruments I will use will be largely the same as the yoga nidra with the addition of a handheld wind gong.

What to bring: Please bring a yoga mat, blankets, pillow, eye mask, bolster or second pillow for under your knees, water and anything else you’ll need to be comfortable for lying still for an hour. It’s surprising how much you can cool down.

Address: St Mary’s Centre, Grassmere Cl, Felpham, Bognor Regis PO22 7NU

Parking: There is a large, free car park next to the centre.

Times: Sound Baths are held in Felpham on Saturday afternoons about once a month. Doors open at 2.50pm with the sound bath starting promptly at 3 pm (no entry after 3 pm).

For more information about sound baths and tips on how to get the most out of a sound bath, check out my blog post ‘All you need to know about Sound Baths’.

Sound Baths in Pagham near Bognor Regis

From June, monthly sound baths will be held here in this spacious village hall at 5 pm on the second Wednesday of the month. Doors will open at 4.45 pm with no entry after 4.55 pm.

What to bring: Please bring a yoga mat, blankets, pillows, eye mask, water and anything else you might need to be comfortable to lie for an hour. A bolster for under your knees is recommended plus an extra pair of socks. Please keep in mind that it’s surprising how much you cool down lying still.

What to wear: Something loose and comfortable.

Address: Pagham Village Hall, Pagham Road, Pagham, PO21 4NU

Parking: There is a large, free car park next to the hall.

Times: Doors open at 4.45 and the sound bath will start promptly at 5 pm (no entry after 4.55 pm).

For more information about sound baths and tips on how to get the most out of a sound bath, check out my blog post ‘All you need to know about Sound Baths’.

Summer Solstice in Oving near Chichester

Flanked by green fields, Oving Jubilee Village Hall is in a lovely location on the edge of the village. On Friday, June 21st, I am holding an extended Summer Solstice celebration here.

Known as Litha in the Pagan wheel of the year, the summer solstice is celebrated in many different cultures around the world in recognition of the longest day of the year and the shortest night.

What to bring: Please bring a yoga mat, blankets, pillows, eye mask, water and anything else you might need to be comfortable to lie for an hour. Please bear in mind that it’s surprising how much you cool down lying still.

What to wear: Something loose and comfortable. Gold, yellow and orange are the colours most associated with the Summer Solstice. Flowers in your hair are optional!

Address: Oving Jubilee Village Hall, High St, Oving, Chichester PO20 2DQ

Parking: There is a large, free car park next to the hall.

Times: Doors open at 3.45 pm and the sound bath will start promptly at 4 pm.

For more information about sound baths and tips on how to get the most out of a sound bath, check out my blog post ‘All you need to know about Sound Baths’.

You MUST consult your doctor before booking if any of the following apply:

  • Epilepsy
  • Pregnant women (especially during the first 12 weeks)
  • Serious mental health issue (including PTSD)
  • Cardiac pacemaker, defibrillator, artificial heart valve, cardiac arrhythmia, a stent or shunt, or a deep brain stimulation device (DBS)

Please note that people with sound-induced epilepsy must not take part in a sound bath.

Sound healing, Reiki and reflexology can all be used as complementary therapies alongside, but not instead of, conventional medical treatment. If you’re experiencing any physical or mental health conditions, be sure to consult your GP or medical professional.

Sound Bath in Bognor Regis, West Sussex

Above and below: Sound Baths at the Green Door Centre, Bosham

Sound Bath in Bosham, Chichester, West Sussex
Sound Baths in Chichester, Bognor Regis, Bosham, Pagham, West Sussex
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