Soulful Sounds Vibrational Sound Therapy

Soulful Sounds Vibrational Sound Therapy

Private and Group Sound Healing Sessions

Tag: Vibrational Sound Therapy

Why Sound Therapy?

Sound therapy, also known as sound healing or sound meditation, involves the use of sound and vibrations to promote relaxation, reduce stress, and enhance overall well-being.

The History of Sound Healing

Sound Healing Before Christ  Sound Healing before Christ has a rich history that dates back to the beginning of creation. The roots of sound healing are found in many cultures, but they all share at least one thing: the belief that sound is the creation of energy, and because of this, it holds healing powers. […]

Introducing Monochord Therapy

 Monochord instruments were developed by Ingo B√∂hme. They are the result of 30 years of experimenting with sound, working with therapists of all kinds, and expressing the vision that sound can be rediscovered as an intuitive power that supports our general well-being, our health, and our healing processes. The monochord consist of 34 strings. 24 overtone […]

What Happens During a Sound Session or Treatment?

Each vibrational sound session and person is unique. Each person’s experience will be different and may vary significantly from each session. I will share common feedback from customers to give you an idea of what you may expect. 

Within the first few minutes, the breath and heartbeat begin to slow and regulate, blood pressure lowers, and the mind lets go of thoughts. Sometimes muscles will flinch as the body lets go of stored tension, and you begin to drift into the state between sleep and wakefulness. At the session’s midpoint, many begin to snore as they fall deeper into the state of sleep, yet many share they maintain an awareness of what is happening in the room.

What is Sound Therapy?

Sound is the language of the soul. As with any art, you can describe with language, what you can share with emotion, and still, there is an element that cannot be expressed. Think about your favorite piece of music. How does it move you? Can you share the essence of the song with others? Can you put into words how the song moves into a deeper space in which you feel or experience it? The same is true with all art, you can share techniques, inspirations, emotions of art, yet art is very personal.