Powerful relief from pain, anxiety, depression
and the woes that disrupt life.
“If you want to find the secrets of the universe,
think in terms of energy, frequency and vibration.”
– Nikola Tesla
Are you feeling like you aren’t your old self?
Perhaps you’re struggling with depression, anxiety, and or worry about the future.
Maybe you’re feeling more tired than usual or having trouble focusing.
Pain or illness might also be part of the equation.
Whatever it is that has caused your feelings of depletion,
sound therapy can help.
Science now affirms what our ancestors knew long ago:
sound that’s used in intentional and therapeutic ways is incredibly good for your health.
Researchers working at the National Institute of Health, the Institute of Noetic Science,
Harvard University, and the Mayo Clinic are discovering that sound therapy can:
Improve vagal tone
Restore vitality and energy levels
Stimulate immunity, blood flow, and hormonal balance
Facilitate heart/brain coherence
Relieve adrenal fatigue
Diminish anxiety and depression
Help regulate blood pressure
Induce a state of peace, harmony and balance
Reduce discomfort from fibromyalgia, Crohn’s disease, chronic fatigue
How does sound therapy work?
Everything in the universe is vibrating. You, me, the trees, our dogs and cats, even rocks, tables and chairs.
Everything vibrates! I didn’t make this up, it’s physics. Atoms inside of everything are in a constant state of motion. The speed at which these atoms vibrate determines whether something appears as gas, liquid, or solid, such as our physical body.
Stress, injury and illness can cause these vibrations to become wonky and irregular. Picture a seismograph after an earthquake, where the lines are wildly chaotic. Or an up and down day on the stock market.
These incoherent and chaotic electrical signals cause your body’s systems to become unbalanced and disorganized. This sets up a state of dis-ease. In fact, cancer is simply a group of cells that have become chaotic and disorganized.
When therapeutic sound is introduced to your body, using tuning forks, singing bowls and other healing methodologies, the sound creates a steady and coherent, vibrational frequency that the body then uses to “tune” itself.
Sound moves four to five times faster through water than air, and since our bodies are comprised mostly of water, they’re extremely conductive and responsive to sound.
These ‘sound waves’ don’t simply enter your ears. They penetrate and impact every single inch of you: your cells, tissues, muscles, organs, blood, bones, and nervous system, as well as your digestive, lymphatic, and immune system.
In short, therapeutic sound interrupts the chaotic signals caused by stress and illness and helps bring your body- and all its systems-back into balance and harmony. When your body reaches a state of ease and balance, it is primed and able to heal itself.
Regardless of whether you’re seeking relief from physical, mental, or emotional pain, your body must reach a state of ease for healing to occur.
Sound therapy does exactly that.
“There’s no organ system in the body that’s not affected by sound, music and vibration. You can look at disease as a form of disharmony.”
– Mitchell Gaynor
Hi, I’m Annie.
I’m a sound therapy practitioner, personal development coach, and wellness whisperer whose passion and joy comes from helping others feel whole and happy in mind, body and spirit.
My expertise is in body-centered wellness using hands-on healing and therapeutic sound to interrupt the noise and static in your body–and your life–so you can access a state of ease and peaceful presence.
I’ve been working in the health and wellness field for decades which means I’m, um, seasoned. I’ve had the privilege of working with a wide variety of clients and conditions and am fascinated by the resilience of the human body and spirit to heal and flourish when given proper care and attention.
Here’s How it Works:
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Experience renewed energy and resolution of what ails you
– Maggi, facilities director