Allow yourself to relax into the vibrational healing effects of sound healing. Curated intuitively by a sound practitioner, these instruments help to harmonize the mind, rejuvenate the body, and elevate the spirit.
What Is Sound Healing?
Waves of WellnessSound healing is a profound and ancient modality that demonstrates the intrinsic connection between vibration and well-being. Rooted in time-honored traditions, it draws upon the therapeutic aspects of sound frequencies to establish equilibrium within the mind, body, and spirit. From the gentle hum of tuning forks to the resonant tones of Tibetan bowls; from the ethereal sounds of crystal singing bowls to the deep reverberations of gongs, these harmonious vibrations awaken the body's energy centers (chakras). As these sounds wash through you they stimulate a natural healing response, encouraging the release of stress, tension, and energy blockages. The result is a profound sense of relaxation, heightened self-awareness, and holistic rejuvenation.
“Since the human body is over seventy percent water and since sound travels five times more efficiently through water than through air, sound frequency stimulation directly into the body is a highly efficient means for total body stimulation, especially at the cellular level. Direct stimulation of living cellular tissue using sound frequency vibration has shown marked cellular metabolism and therefore a possible mobilization of a cellular healing response”
Jeffrey Thompson, Director of the Center for Neuroacoustic Research at The California Institute for Human Science.
Sound Healing Offerings
This rejuvenating offering is a wonderful addition available for any private session. Instruments such as crystal bowls, ocean drums, tuning forks, chimes, and gongs (where available) are used to amplify relaxation and grounding. This experience encourages feelings of peace on a cellular level.
Sound Healing Training
Learn foundational techniques for a variety of sound healing instruments. We’ll explore the practical applications for these instruments and how to weave them into your life or classes, according to your specific needs. No prior teaching experience is required; this course is open to all.