What should I expect during my sound therapy appointment?
Sound frequency therapy is a very pleasant experience. You will relax on a massage table with earphones. Pads will be placed on acupuncture points on your wrists and ankles as well as any other areas of concern such as shoulder, liver, or thyroid. The beneficial sound frequencies will be distributed throughout your entire body using the pads and earphones. A curtain will be drawn so you can relax privately and enjoy your me time.
During the session you may experience a deep sense of well-being, slightly altered awareness, mental clarity, movement or heating and cooling in different organs and tissues. At the end of the session, an amethyst bio-mat will be turned on to assist with circulation, toxin removal and to allow your body time to integrate the therapy session.
How does sound frequency therapy work?
The technology consists of human sound from ancient Native American healing traditions that has been adjusted by combining specific vibrational frequencies, harmonics and waveforms. This broad range of frequencies is uniquely designed to target individual body tissues in need of support and rebalancing. The sound of the human voice is integrated more readily than instruments or machine-produced and compressed digital sounds because it is organic to us. When correct sound frequencies are introduced, weakened systems within the body will align or resonate with these frequencies, allowing a return to a natural state of wholeness. If you love science, check out our science & research page for some interesting articles.
Can anyone do sound frequency therapy?
There are some limitations. If you have a history of seizures, cardiac pacemaker or implanted electrical device, severe panic disorder, a traumatic brain injury in the last 6 months, or you or your child have been diagnosed with autistic spectrum disorder, these are contraindicated and you would not be able to participate. Some modifications can be made for those with pacemakers. Please contact us for more information.
How many sessions will I need?
Each person is unique, but most clients have reported seeing benefits after a single session. However, the effects are cumulative and maximum benefits have been seen with routine sessions. We typically recommend 3 to 6 sessions initially with maintenance sessions once a month. The number of sessions may vary based on your treatment goals.
How is your service different from other sound therapies?
· Our solution uses the power of human sound that is natural to us and therefore the body can more easily assimilate it verses machine, instrument or digitally produced sounds that are used in many other sound therapies.
· Unlike healing recordings available on the internet, we do not digitally compress our sounds because the compression compromises the subtle frequency ranges unique to our tones that signal healing.
· In addition to the sound, we deliver frequencies through pads that use analog transmission to achieve a whole-body effect.
What does the word Satori mean?
Satori is a word used to describe the experience of coming to a place of understanding. Other ways to describe it would be insight or mind space. The author Eckhart Tolle describes Satori by saying “it is the arising of inner spaciousness where before there was clutter of thought and turmoil of emotion”. My hope is that your session will allow your mind a chance to slow down so that you can embrace that quiet space and stillness between your thoughts.
What is your cancellation policy?
Please provide a 24-hour notice if you need to cancel or reschedule your appointment. If we are unable to schedule another appointment for your time slot and 24-hour notice was not provided, we will ask that you pay 50% of the service fee.
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