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Meet Gigi

Dr. Gigi Turner, PsyD, formerly a psychology professor and psychotherapist, is now a distinguished sound bath practitioner who skillfully blends her extensive background in psychology with the timeless practice of sound baths. Since receiving her certification from Singing Bowls Immersion in 2015, Dr. Turner has founded Singing Bowls of the Rockies in Colorado Springs. In this sanctuary she has created an oasis of deep relaxation. Here, the interplay of frequencies, vibrations, and positive energy within a safe and nurturing space is designed to soothe, release tension, and harmonize the body, mind, and soul. This space nurtures a captivating and nearly trance-like vibrational journey, immersing participants in a profound sensory experience.


Leveraging her expertise in psychology, Dr. Turner's sound baths feature a symphony of resonant tones from an array of instruments, including more than 100 crystal and Tibetan singing bowls, chimes, tingshas, flutes, shakers, drums, xylophone, acoustic guitar, hand pans, tuning forks, crystal quartzophone, various wooden instruments, nature sounds –the sounds of the outdoors, like running water, bird singing, ocean waves, or wind, to enhancing meditative experience. 

This approach to sound baths exemplifies Dr. Turner’s careful and deliberate methodology. Having positively influenced over 5,000 participants, she expertly combines psychological insights with the soothing frequencies of her instruments, creating deeply beneficial wellness experiences.

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"Our passion is to spread the news that beautiful resonant waves of sound can awaken access to a wonderful wellness experience of deeply restorative relaxation." 

Our Philosophy

Dr. Turner's primary focus is on releasing trapped energy

caused by stress and trauma in the body, thereby enhancing relaxation and overall well-being. Attendees often report profound relaxation and a sense of lightness, with many experiencing physical sensations and emotional releases. The experiences vary greatly, depending largely on an individual’s openness to fully engage with the sensations and emotions that arise in terms of body, mind, and heart. 

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Gigi is a proud member of the

Sound Bowl Immersion family of certified professional practitioners.


This community practices an ancient tradition of hand-crafting sophisticated singing bowls to generate harmonic tones rooted in 2,000-year-old sound and toning practices that continue to thrive today. It is our honor to orchestrate a unique experience of deeply intuitive sensations of well-being for each individual. Sound Bowl Immersion is proud to have expanded our family of highly credentialed and certified practitioners to both the USA and Ecuador. Each professional operates their own center as an established, respected leader in the healing arts & sciences.

Benefits of Sound Baths

"From humming to drumming to Tibetan singing bowls – recent research suggests sound has a powerful effect on how we feel throughout the day. Sound can also help us reduce stress, create a deep sense of well-being and even return the body's own vibrations to their natural states. The sounds Tibetan singing bowls generates are a type of energy medicine that may promote healing from stress disorders, pain, depression, and other form of illness or distress from body and soul. Many people believe that it’s repercussions can occur on physical, emotional and spiritual levels."

"The brainwaves synchronize with the resonance of the singing bowls to create a state for deep relaxation and profound intuition. Our body feels the sound as much as we take it in with our ears."

“If we accept that sound is vibration and we know that vibration touches every part of our physical being, then we understand that sound is heard not only through our ears but through every cell in our bodies. One reason sound heals on a physical level is because it so deeply touches and transforms us on the emotional and spiritual planes. Sound can redress imbalances on every level of physiologic functioning and can play a positive role in the treatment of virtually any medical disorder.”

-Dr. Mitchell Gaynor, director of Medical Oncology and Integrative Medicine, the Cornell Cancer Prevention Center in New York

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