You can visit PR at 24 West Henry Street to start your journey towards being peacefully rooted. The reviews are glowing, like this google reviewer, “Kaitlyn’s sound meditation was truly an amazing experience. As my first time experiencing Tibetan singing bowls, I did not know what to expect but I was blown away with Kaitlyn’s guidance and talent, I felt at peace with myself and the world around me. I highly recommend a sound healing session with her…it will change your life!” Let’s welcome Kaitlyn to Savannah and show her how our great community can make you feel like you’ve lived here for ages.
Tell us a little about whole-body wellness and what made you decide to practice it?
If someone wanted to start on their journey towards whole-body wellness what would be the first step?
We can all start by being kinder to ourselves. Start the morning right when we awake with a smile, and saying one thing you’re grateful for. When we practice gratitude daily we send signals of positivity to mind and body, which decreases stress and creates a general feeling of wellbeing.
What is your favorite service to provide and why?
Ah, this is a tough one to answer! I love them all, but if I have to narrow down, I would choose Sound Healings with Tibetan Singings Bowls. It can put you in a deep state of relaxation and connect you deeper into your body. It’s also, a great stepping stone for anyone looking to start a meditation practice.
What kind of people benefit the most from your services?
People who suffer from anxiety, depression, PTSD, insomnia, chronic, and acute muscle pain, headaches, fibromyalgia, and TMJ. Also, a person on a healing journey looking to connect to their spiritual side, and someone who is just looking for relaxation.
The things that make you feel most accomplished?
Recently, moving to Savannah on my own with no friends nor family and opening my own business, and after three months of opening receiving such beautiful feedback. Another thing that makes me feel accomplished is facing things that bring me fear. One example is my fear of heights, which I still have, but I don’t allow it to run the show, and I feel that is a big accomplishment.
What do you love about Savannah?
I love the old buildings, houses, and the serendipitous feeling in the air. Since moving to Savannah in January of 2020, I have met the most wonderful people, which has made me grow to love this city more.
If you had one night to spend in Savannah…what would you do?