"Healing begins with the desire to open the heart to the unknown."

About Us

Forestkind is a soundbath community based in Los Angeles that fosters awareness of the present moment through the healing sounds of quartz crystal bowls, Usui Reiki energy work and aromatherapy. Their soundbaths are restorative experiences that taps into a deeper consciousness of oneness, gratitude, and love. A soundbath can feel like a "massage for your insides" or a journey out of space and time into other realms.

Our Mission

To heal our wounds in the physical, emotional, and mental realms by tapping into feelings of Oneness, unity and unconditional love. 

Our main modality is sound and energy healing but we incorporate elements that touch on the other physical senses such as sight, smell, and taste since we honor the physical realm as the vehicle for us to touch the ethereal realms of intuition and spiritual connection. Love and Spirit is at the heart of everything we do. 


Every tree in the forest is on its own journey. The keepers of stories. Some are young, some are very old. And others like to curl their branches around one another to embrace for years to come.

One tree alone wouldn't be a forest, but collectively many trees standing together create serenity and shelter. Each with their own root system, grounding them deeply into the Earth and each with their own branches reaching ever higher to the sky.

Like the trees of the forest, we are all a part of the beauty of our collective spirit. It's easy to get lost in our own story. But the trees show us that we can take tranquility in knowing we are all here together, at different phases of our journey. One tree isn't more important than another. We are all unique. The key is remembering that we were never separated from the forest to begin with. 

“The forest is a peculiar organism of unlimited kindness and benevolence that makes no demands for its sustenance and extends generously the products of its life activity; it affords protection to all beings, offering shade even to the axe-man who destroys it.” –Gautama Buddha