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Sound Baths

Discover The Healing Power of Sound

Restore your energy, enjoy wellbeing and abundance with a unique form of holistic healing


Sound Healing is an ancient meditative practice that uses different musical instruments to create healing vibrations around the body whilst in a meditative state.

Singing Bowl Therapists, may use several healing instruments such as Quartz Crystal Bowls tuned at strategic frequencies for healing different parts of the body, they may also use percussion instruments, chimes, rattles and the human voice.


Sound Bath is a meditative experience where those in attendance are bathed in sound waves produced using therapeutic instruments such as crystal and Tibetan singing bowls that stimulate the alpha and theta brain wave frequencies associated with meditative clear and peaceful states of mind. 

Alpha brainwaves are present during light meditation, daydreaming and deep relaxation.

Theta brainwaves are present during REM dreaming sleep, deep meditation and hypnosis.

These states are considered the gateway to the subconscious mind and it's here where we experience heightened creativity, and access to the subconscious realms where deep seated healing can take place.

Therapeutic sound also impacts our nervous system, slowing down the heart, brain and respiratory rates to induce a state of deep relaxation and peace. When the brain waves and body are synchronised, balance can be restored and stress can be released. 


Sound and vibration help facilitate a deep sense of peace, release tension and blocked energy, and balance the energy centres.  They are working at a cellular level to rebalance the physical, emotional and spiritual bodies.

Sound Bath

  • Takes you into a deep meditative state.

  • Releases tension & emotional blockages.

  • Dramatically improves quality of sleep.

  • Helps you manage & reduce stress levels.

  • Brings balance & alignment.

  • Deepens the connection between your mind & body.

  • Promotes deep states of relaxation.

  • Returns your body & mind to its natural place of calm & stillness.

  • Can bring relief to many conditions including depression, insomnia, stress, anxiety & fatigue.

  • Can help manage pain, alleviate physical aches & muscle tension.

  • Contributes to a general sense of wellbeing.

  • Helps with recovery after illness

  • Positive effect on mental health

Corporate Sound Baths

Sound baths are increasingly popular with companies who wish to support their staff by providing a relaxing energising experience, helping to reduce stress,  enhance focus & increase productivity. Wendy offers corporate sound baths in Surrey, Hampshire and surrounding areas,

Private Sound Baths & Smaller Groups

Wendy provides private 121 sound baths In Surrey

If you prefer smaller groups

Try one of Wendy's Intimate sound baths in Camberley for up to 3 people

Group sound baths

Why not book a group sound bath for your family and friends.

Wendy caters for Intimate sound baths in Camberley for up to 3 people.

For larger groups Wendy will come to you. Wendy provides mobile sound baths in Surrey and Hampshire.

Zoom Sound Baths

Unable to travel or short of time why not try one of Wendy's zoom sound baths at just £6, relax and unwind in the comfort of your own home.

About Wendy

Wendy is an Intuitive Healer, Holistic Therapist, Mindfulness and Meditation Teacher. Wendy also  teaches spiritual development and provides Sound Baths in Camberley, Surrey, Hampshire and surrounding areas.

Meditation and Sound Therapy saved my Life

Having been a holistic therapist and teacher for many years I was taken critically ill suddenly I used the skills and knowledge I had acquired on my spiritual journey to help save my life and speed up my recovery.

I used a combination of meditation and sound therapy throughout my recovery. I used Meditation to help me relax and keep myself calm, let go of the current situation, I visualised my body healing and a positive outcome. I used solfeggio frequency meditations in my recovery to help with the healing process and to the Drs astonishment I not only began to recover, I healed so much quicker than Dr's expected.

I was taken ill suddenly with gallstones, I had been ambulanced into hospital several times due to the severe abdominal pain, I ended up in resuscitation on one of those occasions as I had a severe reaction to pain medication as soon as it went into my vein I knew something was wrong it burned as it went into my vein then my heart rate went through the roof, my whole body was shaking uncontrollably on the table my throat and mouth dried up, my throat was closing, there were lots of drs and nurses around me, the monitors were going crazy.  I thought whatever you do wendy don’t panic it felt like if I did it would have caused my heart to crash, so amidst the chaos I closed my eyes and began to slow my breathing down and began meditating in my mind, visualising my heart rate slowing down. Drs  had to flush the medication out of my body really quickly with several bags of fluid in order to stabilise the heart rate.

The gallstones then caused problems with my liver as one of the stones got stuck in the bile duct causing Jaundice the pain was excruciating, I was constantly vomiting bile then blood, they tried to remove the stone via an endoscopy procedure but my organs and insides were so swollen they could not get the tube down to do the procedure. 

I quickly deteriorated and got severe acute pancreatitis, I was moved to intensive care as I got sepsis & pneumonia my infection markers were over 600, my body began shutting down, my internal organs were so swollen they were stuck together, then my whole body began to swell with fluid from oedema, my body to double in size within a couple of days, my skin was stretched so much by the swelling it bruised and was so painful, my heart rate was tachycardic, my oxygen levels were low both constantly alarming the machines, my bowel shut down and blocked for over 3 weeks, I had malnutrition and was deficient in essential nutrients, vitamins and minerals as I had been unable to eat for weeks prior to hospitalization, I got pseudocysts amongst other complications.

They couldn’t operate to remove the gall bladder due to the infection and swelling they told me I wouldn’t survive an operation it was too dangerous that it would be months before it was safe enough to operate. To be honest I don't think they expected me to make it.

I ended up in intensive care for 2 weeks over Xmas and new year 2021/2022 fighting for my life. In that time I laid in bed listening to solfeggio healing frequencies and did meditations visualising my body healing and healthy, just trying to keep calm and find a way through the pain.


I became allergic to so many medications mainly opiates making it impossible to manage the pain, which was excruciating I could hardly breathe it felt like I had a massive weight on my chest forcing the air out of my lungs, my heart rate was so high and erratic, I could hardly get a breath, I was in so much pain it was unbearable, my skin felt so tight it felt like it was going to burst, I couldn’t talk it was too much of an effort, it took me everything I had to call my daughter and tell her I loved her. 

I kept thinking don’t panic Wendy it will only make it worse, everything will be ok Im not ready to leave yet, I cant leave my daughter needs me, so I just closed my eyes calmed my mind and did my best to slow my breathing down and took myself off to a beautiful place in my mind and into a lovely meditative state.

I was wired up to so many machines constantly alarming and beeping, I had cannulas drips, fluids, various tubes down from my nose to my stomach to release the bile from my stomach, I was on oxygen, had picc lines in for all the antibiotics, medicines and liquid nutrition being administered, it was just a constant flow of medications and injections. After a week or so the fluid began to drain off my body which was a positive sign the fluid was draining at a rate of 7 litres per day and continued to drain off me for 6 or 8 days at one point they were draining a litre of fluid per hour.


Physiotherapy was assigned to help me begin to walk and for help to build up my lungs.  Initially it was just sitting me up in a chair, by the time they had got me in the chair sitting up and washed I was completely exhausted, first couple of days i managed to stand up it took every bit of determination i had then after days of physio I walked the 8 steps to the toilet, it was such an achievement.

They expected me to be in intensive care for at least 6 weeks due to the severity of the pancreatitis but I was in for just over 2 weeks then was released to a ward for a couple of days and sent home to recuperate after a 3 week stay.

I was told if I got another bout of pancreatitis I wouldn't make it, and there was no guarantees that this would not re occur the only thing was to hope I got well enough to have the surgery.

The furthest I could walk was to the toilet, I couldn’t get down the stairs as my legs were too weak. I had trouble eating due to the constant nausea, there was no room for food due to the internal swelling. I was sent back into hospital as I was still really ill in severe pain, having further episodes of biliary colic due to the gall stones, I think i was ambulanced into hospital about 8 times over 4 months due to this. 


I had malnutrition, spent several more weeks in hospital to try and manage the nausea and pain, I was tube fed, then progressed to clear soups and soft diet to get on top of the nutrition, and then I began to get back on my feet.  I am pleased to say I had my gall bladder out in March and recovering slowly but surely.

I am truly grateful to be here to tell you my story I thank Dr's and nursing staff at Frimley Park Hospital who were truly amazing and inspirational. I honestly believe that sound therapy, meditation, distant healing and prayers sent from all my lovely friends played a massive part in my recovery.

many blessings Wendy

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