Sound Healing 101July 28, 2019
Dating back to ancient Greek times, music was used in an attempt to cure mental disorders. Fast forward the centuries, and you’ll see that sound has been used in a variety of healing manners such as boosting morale in military troops, lowering stress levels in children taking examinations, or helping mothers during childbirth etc.
It really works.
There are different methods of sound therapy, with Vibrational Sound Therapy and Tibetan Singing Bowl meditation being the most talked about, and practiced at the moment. Singing bowl therapy uses metal bowls produce a deep, penetrating sound that’s used to relax and repair the mind. Vibration is believed to affect your body’s functions, such as blood pressure and breathing. Vibroacoustic therapy uses audible sound vibrations to improve health and reduce stress. This type of sound therapy involves using speakers imbedded in recliners, mattresses, and special mats to transmit music and sound vibrations directly to the body. There’s some evidence to support its benefits, specifically its ability to promote relaxation and reduce pain and symptoms in people with cancer and those recovering from surgery.
Bodytree initiated sound healing treatments, workshops and teacher trainings at the beginning of 2019, and continue to promote the importance of it. Whether you want to learn your own self-healing, practice as part of a group or have a private session with our of leading instructors, we always have an array of workshops and events to take advantage of. Take a look at our schedule and get yourself booked in!