Deep in the Mojave desert lies a 58’ wide, 38’ tall wooden dome called the Integratron. Built in the 1950s by an aeronautical engineer (on a tip from a space traveler), this structure pioneered the phenomenon of sound baths. What’s a sound bath? It’s an ionized environment that is believed to reset the body’s individual cells. During a sound bath session (60-minutes) quartz singing bowls are played using a wooden mallet, creating an incredible ‘music’ that’s said to align the body’s chakras and promote relaxation. Want more exotic wellness destination tips? Check out our website.