Sound Baths

Sound Bath Event at Breathe Squamish

We are excited to announce that we are offering Sound Bath Sanctuaries with Mike Reed from Sound Quest. You’re invited to this unique 90-minute sound bath to slow down, rest, and receive healing vibrations while immersing into a soundscape of Gongs, Crystal Singing Bowls, Tibetan Singing Bowls, Steel Tongue Drums, and more.

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Upcoming Event dates in Squamish: 7-8:30pm - Price: $50.00

May 7th

June 4th

What is a Sound Bath?

A sound bath is a meditative practice and can be easier than other meditative practices because it doesn’t require a lot of discipline or patience to learn how to do it — all you have to do is listen. Relaxation is the main byproduct of this practice. Sound baths can trigger a phenomenon called “sound healing.” A sound bath healing event will involve lying on your back for up to 90 minutes, so wear comfortable clothing and bring a pillow and blanket. 

The sound bath practitioner will use musical techniques and several instruments to create soothing, overlapping vibrations. These vibrations lead you deeper into a state of contemplation or relaxation, shutting off your body’s fight-or-flight reflex. 

At the end of a session, your provider will guide you back to a feeling of awareness before concluding the sound bath and wishing you well on your journey.

Sound Bath Instruments

 Instruments that make deep, resonating vibrations are popular instruments used for sound baths. These include:

  • crystal bowls
  • Tibetan singing bowls
  • bells
  • gongs

Practitioners say that the benefits of sound baths include:

  • Deepening relaxation.
  • Lowering stress and anxiety.
  • Improving mood and well-being.
  • Improving sleep.
  • Heightening focus and energy.
  • A feeling of rejuvenation.


Venue: Breathe Fitness Studio, Squamish

Parking: We are located next door to The Green Moustache and Saha Eatery with free parking outside the studio in the RBC complex.


- Dress in comfortable layers

- We will provide you with a yoga mat and bolster. Feel free to bring anything else you need to feel comfortable laying down for up to 90 minutes (head pillow, blanket, and eye covers recommended)

Pre-Register As Space Is Limited


What Do You Do After a Sound Bath

During the energy shifts that occur after a sound bath, it's important to get plenty of rest and drink a lot of water. Treat your body with care and nurture it as healing may be taking place in your subconscious.

About Mike Reed and Sound Quest

Mike Reed is a musician, sound healer, and world adventurer. His love of drumming and percussion led Mike to study at the Musician’s Institute in Los Angeles, and over the last several years he has studied counselling, personal development, life coaching, and has completed the Shamanic Apprenticeship with Westcoast Shamanic in Vancouver. Mike's insatiable thirst for learning and self-improvement has allowed him to synthesize his musicianship and spiritual practice to hold a space of healing and relaxation.