OPUS has launched SoundBed, an emotional fitness platform that combines self-care practices with modern technology to let users achieve greater emotional fitness conveniently at home. It uses vibroacoustic technology to deliver low-frequency vibrations throughout the body that quickly releases stress and provides relaxation and receptivity.
Designed by fuseproject founder, Yves Béhar, the OPUS platform combines full-body vibration with spatial sound to create a personalized, immersive SoundHealing experience. This device is ideal to create a zen-filled meditation space at home.
Paired with the OPUS app, users can easily choose from a wide array of content experiences called “Journeys,” which are curated for each user based on individual goals and preferences. The content ranges from 7-60 minute sessions.
The shorter experiences are for daily relaxation or mood enhancement while longer Journeys are intended for deeper exploration and personal wellbeing. There are diverse audio journeys that will integrate different frequencies, isometric tones, etc. aligned with different parts and energies of the body and desired brainwave states.
Other than Journeys, there are also options for live experiences, guides and community support. The SoundBed is sleek, modular and can be converted into a compact, hexagonal form that can be easily stowed away when not in use. It measures 71 x 24 x 24-inches in a normal state but compresses down to 24 x 24 x 24-inches for storage.
The OPUS SoundBed can be used in wellness centers as well as for personal use at home or in an apartment. You can pre-order it from the official website FeelOPUS right away.
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