Sound Healing or Therapy is the therapeutic application of sound frequencies to the body and mind of a person, in order to create balance, harmony and health. This is accomplished by toning, mantras, and by using different instruments of specific healing frequencies and harmonics, including tuning forks, Tibetan bowls, bells, gongs and drums. It’s a soothing and healing process that can be performed with both individuals and groups.
"SOUND IS THE FORCE OF CREATION, THE TRUE WHOLE,
THE OPTIMAL WAY TO REACH THE FINAL STAGE OF HEALING."
Hazrat Inayat Khan
Sound Healing has been around since the beginning of human civilization, and was used extensively as a therapeutic tool by the ancient Indians, Greeks, Egyptians, Mayans, Shamans of indigenous tribes, and Native Americans. This is why every ancient religion has sound and music embedded in its core. Be it hymns and chants, or instruments like bells, singing bowls and gongs that have specific healing frequencies and harmonics, sound has been used for prayer and healing throughout the world. This healing system was long ignored by modern science, but today scientists themselves are justifying the many ways in which it works.
Sound Healing or Therapy is being used widely for pain management, stress, sleep disorders, depression, anxiety, Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), for difficult life transitions like birth and death, to break gallstones, post stroke and operation recovery, cognitive functioning deficits, headaches, behavioral problems, premenstrual syndrome,and deep relaxation. Today Sound Therapy is on the frontiers of modern neuroscience. And there is cutting edge research that shows how sound could impact the disintegration of cancer cells.
Joshua Leeds, an expert in the field of psychoacoustics, the study of the effects of sound on the human nervous system says, “Sound healing is trending up. It’s like where yoga was 15 years ago. People are realizing that sound is a viable medium to address distress, enhance learning, even work with an autistic child.”
Please note that Sound Therapy is most effective when done in person as that's how the pure vibrations can have the maximum impact on your body, and the concerned body parts. This is why I do not offer these sessions online.