Research has shown that vibrational sound healing has been a powerful adjunct in the treatment of addiction, pain, sleep, anxiety, trauma, and depression. This ancient healing technique was used by early Egyptians, Australian Aborigines, and Greek philosophers to treat a myriad of ailments. Sound healers use Tibetan singing bowls, gongs, tuning forks and other instruments to generate powerful vibration and tones to induce a relaxed and meditative state. The power of sound permeates the body, much like when you stand close to a loud speaker and you can feel the music throughout your body.
Sound healing is gaining popularity for its powerful benefits. A typical session is 45-60 minutes and can be done in group settings (called “sound baths”) or individually in treatment sessions. Clients sit or recline comfortably with a blanket and eye pillow. The sound and vibration guides clients into a meditative state which relieves tension. Some of the main benefits of sound healing include:
- Immediate reduction in anxiety and stress
- Reduces pain
- Improves symptoms of depression
- Aids in the treatment of addiction
- Improves stress management
- Promotes sleep
- Regulates sleep patterns
- Helps process grief
- Reduces blood pressure
- Increases blood circulation
- Enhances memory, concentration, and focus
- Improves mood and sense of happiness
- Stimulates the immune system
Interested in trying it out? We frequently offer FREE introductory community classes. Visit our Events page or contact us at info@CTSAtherapy.com.