For thousands of years, the medicine of sound has been used to bring about deep healing to our bodies. The vibration of sound penetrates right down to a cellular level, shifting our physical, mental, emotional and spiritual being.
Sound healing can be experienced in many ways, one of which is through the playing of sound therapy instruments.
In my sound healing sessions I love to play my beautiful collection of quartz crystal singing bowls and crystalline harp, which are perfectly pitched and aligned to the seven main chakras. Accompanied by the elemental Koshi chimes, soothing rainstick and light language toning you are taken on a celestial journey of profound transformation.
You are surrounded by candlelight and guided into a relaxed state through meditation and breath work, before being bathed in the crystalline frequencies. All that is asked of you is to simply surrender to the sound waves and allow them to work their magic, surrounding and weaving through your body resulting in a deep sense of release.
Sound healing has also been shown to improve our immune system, improve our sleep, help to ease depression, reduce anxiety, lower blood pressure and enhance our mental and emotional states.
There a many more benefits and reasons to bring sound medicine into your life but the only way to truly understand the power of this healing is to experience it for yourself. Know that each and every experience is unique, whether you are new to this healing or are a seasoned practitioner, we all arrive to the mat in a completely different place to the time before. We are all in need of something different. Come with an open mind, an open heart and allow yourself to simply receive.
Sound healing can be booked as a private session which is tailored to your own personal needs, or you can join us in our Starlight Sound Temple for our monthly full moon sound baths.
Join us for crystalline sound healing and deep relaxationStarlight Sound Temple - Friday 19th November
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Please note that sound therapy is not advisable if you are pregnant, or if you have epilepsy or a pacemaker.
Please let Helen know if you have ever suffered with a seizure or are hypersensitive to sound. Please be aware that if you have any metal plates or implants in the body, these can sometimes be felt, though not necessarily and it may not affect your experience in any way. It is also advised to remove any hearing aids before the sound transmission begins.
“Sound will be the medicine of the future.”
– Edgar Cayce