Sound therapy can be used as preventative medicine, or in conjunction with traditional therapies. The use of sound therapy has increased over recent years.
Sound therapy utilizes sounds played in therapeutic ways combined with deep self-healing techniques, to improve health and wellbeing.
Sound therapists believe that each part of our body has its own frequency at which it resonates.
A study conducted by the British Academy of Sound Therapy found that 95% of clients with stress-related disorders felt improvement and calmness following sound therapy.
Guided Meditation/MantraThis type of sound therapy is used to decrease stress, anxiety, pain and risk of heart disease. It can also be used to enhance memory.
Tuning Fork TherapyThis type is similar to acupuncture without using needles. It promotes emotional balance by releasing tension and releasing blocked energies.
The sounds produced from gongs work fast, and can put the body in a state of deep relaxation in 60 to 90 seconds. It is used for clearing emotional and psychological fears and improving mental clarity.
The sound from a singing bowl improves circulation, lymphatic flow and promotes muscle relaxation.
Our own voice can be used to heal or relax. Sound therapists using their own voice to sing tones or chant phrases that promote relaxation and improve focus.
Sound therapy is safe, effective, and free from side effects. It can positively impact your life by promoting relaxation and healing.