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The Sounds of Spa

By: Abby Penning
Posted: November 24, 2009, from the December 2009 issue of Skin Inc. magazine.
Eluv playing crystal bowl

Playing a special “alchemy” singing crystal bowl made with platinum, musician, sound-healing spa consultant and qi gong practitioner Eluv encourages stress relief and calmness through sound and music.

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Creating a unique musical atmosphere can be a great investment for a smart spa business. “Music is such a huge part of the spa, such an integral part of the experience, it’s a really nice extra to use it to customize a treatment,” says Bodnar. And Revak notes, “We live in world where energy, sound and vibrational therapy are beginning to gain more and more acceptance every day, with more people seeing how they can aid in restoring health and well-being. Sound has been used to heal since ancient times and it can reach the cellular level. It can bring a transformation of mind, body and spirit, and that keeps clients coming back for more. Sound as medicine is most definitely a future forward-looking therapy for the spa.”

In order to help keep your spa on the forefront, consider what music and sound therapies your spa offers, as well as how to incorporate them more thoroughly into your treatments and retail options.

Playing a special “alchemy” singing crystal bowl made with platinum, musician, sound-healing spa consultant and qi gong practitioner Eluv encourages stress relief and calmness through sound and music.