Sound Healing- What is it?

Sound healing, alternatively known as Sound Therapy or Vibrational Medicine, is the practice of using sound and frequency for relaxation, healing, and personal development. It’s currently enjoying a large following and is gaining ground as being the go-to therapy for reduction of stress and relaxation. Articles in national newspapers, magazines, and events across social media have raised the profile of gongs, Himalayan and crystal singing bowls, and tuning forks as sound healing instruments, with enthusiasts signing up in increasing numbers! 

Even those who may "struggle" with meditation or relaxation, can have profound experiences with Sound Healing, with the capacity to slow down your respiratory rate, relax your brainwaves patterns, lower your heart rate variability and calm your nervous system, sound healing is at the cutting edge of healing along with meditation and yoga. It’s non-invasive and wonderful!

Sound healing can reduce your stress and anxiety as well as improve the quality of sleep.  Participants with conditions such as Parkinson’s are benefitting, as are the elderly, and those with PTSD and other mental health challenges can find support through sound therapy.

According to the laws of physics, everything vibrates with its own frequency. Additionally, everyone has their own individual frequency that creates in them a perfect harmonic balance. Your energetic flow will be assessed and then through thoughtful attendance to your needs, a unique sound experience unfolds to allow your body to unfold into relaxation and wellness. Sound healing is based on the belief that dysregulation or disease in the body is a result of our natural resonance being out of tune or off-balance, whether due to stress, illness, or environmental factors, and that working with frequencies can encourage returning to healthier vibration.

 

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