Music can affect people in many ways, evoking feelings of happiness, sadness, excitement, reflection and more. Sound therapy is no different. Also referred to as sound healing, this ancient practice of using certain sound frequencies is proven to affect us on a neurological, physiological and biochemical level. Studies have shown that sound therapy can calm the nervous system, slow down brain waves, and put the mind in a deep relaxed state.

Healing Affects of Sound Therapy

Sound healing can help with:

  • Depression
  • Stress
  • Chronic pain
  • Anxiety
  • Memory
  • Mental well-being.

How is Sound Therapy Administered

A sound therapist uses a variety of sound-emitting instruments including crystal singing bowls, tuning forks, gongs and more.

Sessions can last up to an hour.

Try the sound healing below.

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