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Sound Therapy and/or Sound Bath for Stress Release from Emotional Stuckness to Relaxation
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Sound Therapy for Self-Care

Sound Therapy to help with:

  • Calm Nervous System

  • Reducing Depression

  • Help with Sleep Issues

  • Adrenal Stress

  • Ease Chronic Pain

  • Easing blockages and Tension

  • Reduce Stress and Anxiety

  • Calming the Mind, Body, and Spirit

  • Release Stuck Energy and Emotions

  • Boosting Creativity

  • Brain Entrainment

  • Helps with Meditation

  • and more...


Sound Therapy or Sound Bath sessions for calming Stress and Anxiety and much more...

In a custom sound therapy session a client may have Tibetan singing bowls placed on them and/or around them to release tension in the mind, body, and soul. Also, tuning forks can be used to give more focus on an area that has chronic pain/tension.

For a sound bath session, a client(s) may experience the use of Tibetan bowls, crystal bowls, ocean drums, chimes, and/or gongs in a session based on the location.

I became a fan of sound therapy at a workshop I attended with a friend in 2017 that transformed me and had me wanting more. My spine and shoulders were feeling so tight to a point it was on the verge of being chronic pain. Along with my mind being bogged down with stress from the holidays and being the mother of a teenager. During the workshop, I lay on my yoga mat in the corpse position in pain, and then it happens, the sound of the magical singing bowl. I had never heard such a sound that was so powerful, beautiful, and therapeutic at the same time. It was no more than 5 minutes I laid in the corpse position before I personally noticed and felt a release of pain from my spine and shoulders and my mind was relaxed and calm. Wow, I was a fan from then on and the feeling lasted for over a month. Over the years I have studied and practice self-care with myself and have incorporated sound healing in massage sessions at the beginning with my clients and received positive feedback and results from my clients. 

Image by Manuel Cossio

Sound Therapy Intro

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