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Sound therapy

When life's ups and downs leave you feeling burnt out and 'out of tune,' sound can be your remedy for resetting and restoring balance. If you have an active mind and a demanding schedule, sound therapy can offer a particularly effective way to reduce stress, ease tension, and uplift your mood, ultimately guiding you towards rediscovering your inner harmony.

 

Sound therapy uses the frequencies and vibrations of instruments like gongs, singing bowls, drums and more to promote physical, mental, and emotional well-being. I create safe and comfortable spaces where we work with the resonant frequencies of these sound tools to treat blockages in the body, whether they are mental, physical, or emotional.

 

Whether you're dealing with the demands of a hectic lifestyle, unexpected challenges, or seeking restoration after illness or trauma, sound therapy can provide valuable support in bring you back into harmony. On a physical level, it encourages cellular rejuvenation, while mentally and emotionally, it nurtures presence, compassion, and peace of mind.

 

Scroll down for a more in depth explanation of how sound works in therapy. To experience the transformative power of sound book a one-to-one therapy sessions or join one of my immersive group sound baths.

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Treat yourself or someone special
to the gift of relaxation and rejuvenation.
Book a private or couple's sound therapy session.

SOUND THERAPY GIFT VOUCHER

Special offer: £90 per session*

*Regular price of session is £120.

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Private sound therapy sessions

​Private one-to-one or couple's sound therapy sessions are very beneficial in many ways. They are tailored to your specific needs formulated from a variety of detoxing, balancing, de-stressing, resetting, grounding or uplifting modalities.

After welcoming you, together we understand the purpose of your session and set an intention before embarking on a deep, relaxing treatment. Using the healing resonance of gongs and Himalayan singing bowls surrounding and placed on the body, along with other instruments we are able to reach a therapeutic state beyond relaxation.

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Sound bath for groups

Group sound bath sessions are a fantastic way to slow down and relax. Laying down with your eyes closed, you'll be immersed in the harmonious frequencies of gongs, singing bowls, drums, chimes, and more. You are free to relax your mind and drift away to wherever the sound may take you. I regularly host group events across London. Check out my current schedule below. I am also available for private group or corporate bookings. Please feel free to reach out to me with your enquiry.

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Gift Voucher

Whether you would like to treat yourself or a loved one, celebrating a special occasion, an anniversary, a birthday, or perhaps Christmas, the gift of sound is truly a special one.

How does sound work in therapy?

Everything around us, including the human body, made up of energy producing particles in constant motion or vibration. Just as our heartbeat and breath operate on rhythmic frequencies, every cell within us resonates with its own unique rhythm. Sound therapy works with the electromagnetic field of the body, stimulating its many rhythmic systems and bringing about optimal functioning. It has the potential to synchronise dissonance, discomfort or dis-ease back into harmony.

It is well documented how different sounds can affect our brainwave frequencies.  During a sound therapy treatment, the brain will begin to entrain to the frequencies of the sound and vibration it is exposed to, allowing participants to drop into states similar to REM sleep or meditation where they are both deeply relaxaed and alert simultaneously.  By reducing the brainwave frequencies from our waking beta state down to a reflective alpha state or even into an intuitive theta state, resistance drops away allowing for deep listening, connection to creativity, flow of ideas, and processing of memories and emotions.

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What are the benefits?

Whether it's physical, mental, or emotional well-being, sound therapy offers a wide array of benefits. By inducing profound relaxation within the body, sound therapy can be immensely beneficial for various chronic and acute conditions.

It promotes cellular rejuvenation, supports liquid purification (we are made up of approximately 60-70% of liquids). By optimizing nitric oxide circulation in our body it promotes healthy immune function, improves memory, dilates blood vessels and lowers blood pressure, acts as an anti-inflammatory reducing pain and free radicals, improves digestion, positively influences the autonomic nervous system and is linked to improved sleep quality.

Sound has the power to connect us to the present moment, fostering acceptance and ultimately cultivating peace of mind. When we feel mentally balanced, it paves the way for emotional well-being and a harmonious connection between the heart and mind.

Physical

  • Headaches & tension relief

  • Pain relief

  • Balance improvement

  • Chronic tiredness relief

  • Tightness in chest relief

  • Increased levels of energy

Mental

  • Unclarity / Fog dissipation

  • Increased motivation

  • Improved mind set 

  • Improved attention span

  • Improved patience

  • Improved focus

Emotional

  • Confidence increase

  • Anxiety relief

  • Ability to relax

  • General mood

  • Improved expression

Who is sound therapy for?

The beauty of sound therapy sessions and sound baths lies in their inclusivity, as nearly everyone can enjoy them, regardless of prior experience. Whether you are suffering from a specific physical ailment, mental or emotional pain, aim to work on self-development, or simply seeking a moment of serenity, sound baths offer a holistic approach to rejuvenate your body, mind, and spirit.

 

Sound baths and sound therapy sessions may not be suitable for individuals with a pacemaker, those who suffer from seizures (epileptics), or individuals who are highly sensitive to sound. Additionally, for the safety of pregnant women, it's not recommended during the first trimester due to the instability of pregnancy during that period. If you wear a hearing aid, please ensure that your device is turned off during the session.

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