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Promote wellness in the salon with this music streaming service

By Rebecca Hitchon | 05 May 2023 | Movers & Shakers, News

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Meet Myndstream: a cloud-based spa music streaming service offering wellness solutions through sound.

Designed to transform the way salons and spas approach music, the service provides intentionally programmed soundtracks to promote relaxation and mental clarity, in turn elevating client experiences.

Part of the Cutting Edge Group, which has created music for the likes of The King’s Speech, Whiplash and Bridgerton, Myndstream produces music fitting to all types of salon and spa in its lab. It gains feedback from spa directors and therapists, as well as works closely with wellness experts, award-winning wellness musicians and neuroscientists. The company has also established a partnership with the Global Wellness Institute and sleep improvement specialists, SleepScore, as part of its commitment to scientific research.

A paid service, salons and spas simply require an internet connection to access Myndstream’s range of over 50 playlists, which are available to unlimited logins. What’s more, the company offers bespoke services, and can curate playlists to capture the unique essence of a business and its clients.

“Early results from our research are extremely exciting and provide proof of the profound impact that music can have on wellbeing. No longer should music be background noise in the spa, but an integral part of the spa experience with tangible wellness benefits,” comments Freddie Moross, CEO of Myndstream & advisory board member for the Global Wellness Institute.

“We are thrilled to offer this transformative and accessible audio experience to spa owners, and will continue to evolve our music offering through ongoing research programmes.

“We believe our music service will allow spas to create a truly immersive and potentially, life-changing experience for their clients.”

Find out more about Myndstream’s Spa Music Service here.