Imagine sinking into a “bath” of soothing sounds that take you on an inner journey of relaxation and transformation. By using frequency and “entrainment,” a sound bath facilitates a shift in brainwaves from our normal waking state to alpha and theta states that are akin to meditation—where true somatic healing can occur.
Nate Martinez, a certified sound therapy practitioner, creates a sound bath by using various techniques with a wide range of instruments that could include: shamanic drumming, Biosonic tuning forks, gongs, a shruti box, Himalayan and crystal singing bowls, mbiru, chimes, percussion, and voice.
Nate Martinez is a certified sound therapy practitioner and accomplished professional musician and producer based in New York City. He has studied shamanism and intuitive healing, and earned his sound therapy certification from New York’s Open Center.
As a musician he has performed and recorded with Bob Weir, Alexi Murdoch, The National, and the American composer Michael Gordon, amongst many others.
Martinez’s work in sound meditation and sound therapy has been integral in growing an awareness of the field, and he has been featured in Vogue, Elle, Prevention, New York magazine, the Huffington Post, Well + Good, Yahoo Health, and MindBodyGreen, among others. He regularly leads sound baths and meditations for individuals, groups, and companies, and regularly teaches and facilitates sound baths at Brooklyn Zen Center, MNDFL, Sky Ting and Brooklyn Yoga Club and most recently designed a sound therapy program for WTHN.
You can find out more information about Nate Martinez at: www.ntmsound.com