Soundbaths in Nature

RBG Kew, Richmond.

Soundbaths in Nature

Jez Smith

Nash Building, Elizabeth Gate

About this event
Listen to the calming sounds of a variety of gongs, singing bowls and gentle percussion in a therapeutic sonic experience for relaxation and wellbeing. Rebalance yourself with sound!

Therapeutic sound can have a wide range of health benefits and also help to boost your immune system by making you feel more grounded, balanced, and connected with yourself.

No previous experience is needed, all will be explained beforehand. Why not try a new way to look after your wellbeing!

You will need to bring a yoga mat, pillow, 2 blankets, an eye covering and a bottle of water. It is important that you are comfortable and warm, so bring whatever you need.
To find out more about sound therapy please visit the instructor, Jez Smith's website

Jez Smith is a historical musician with over 35 years' experience and is a qualified sound therapist from BAST and COSH. As a hearing-impaired musician, he has developed multi-sensory ways of listening which come through in the Soundbaths to produce a different experience from many other sound practitioners, one which allows deep meditation and relaxation.

The sessions are not normally suitable for people with seizures, epilepsy, heart conditions or early stages of pregnancy but frequently these conditions can be addressed on an individual basis and a solution found. If you have any queries or special requirements for the session, please email

Please enjoy your entry into the Gardens during the day (included in the ticket). To round off your visit, come and relax in your Soundbath in Nature session.


Ticket type Cost (face value)? Quantity
MEMBER ADULT £22.50 (£22.50)


Ticket type Cost (face value)? Quantity
ADULT £30.00 (£30.00)
We offer all disabled customers an additional free ticket for a carer to accompany them to this event, if required. Essential companion tickets are provided with the understanding that the carer is willing and able to assist the access customer throughout their entire stay at the event. Essential companions must arrive and leave the event with the qualifying visitor and must be able to perform all requirements as needed, including assistance during an evacuation or other emergency. People attending on an essential companion ticket must be attending with a qualifying visitor who has a valid event ticket already purchased and should be over the age of 18 unless otherwise agreed with the Access Team. When you arrive you will be asked to produce documentation to validate your carer ticket. Accepted documentation includes: - Entitlement to Disability Living Allowance for children under 16 - Personal Independent payments for those aged 16-64 - Attendance Allowance or Carer's Allowance letter of award - Incapacity Benefit book - A Blue or Orange badge - BD8 or a Certificate of Visual Impairment (CVI) - International Proof of Disability You will need to agree to bring at least one of the above in order to have your ticket validated. Please select one ticket per essential companion required - only one essential companion per qualifying ticket. Please contact if you need to discuss your access needs further.
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