Available with Angie Latham
Relax – Rebalance – Rejuvinate!
1-2-1 Sound Therapy Sessions with multiple or single instruments such as
Gong, Tibetan Bowls, Crystal Bowls and Tuning Forks.
Sound Therapy is the use of sound and vibration with the intent to bring us back into energetic and physical alignment. Science has now proved that everything in the Universe is made of energy and is in a constant state of vibration. When we are happy and in perfect health we could say we are in harmonic resonance with the world around us. We all have a unique frequency and vibration – just as we have unique finger prints or DNA. When we start to vibrate out of alignment with our own resonant frequency we start to feel ‘off balance’ or ‘low’. Sound Therapy can help us get back into our natural state of balance by using sound and vibration to bring us back into alignment. Think of your personal frequency as a band width on the radio – when you’re out of aligment your energy (signal) becomes blocked and out of tune, you may feel fuzzy, irritable and not yourself. The signal gets distorted leading to stress, confusion and eventually physical dis-ease. When you’re back in alignment the radio signal becomes clear and strong. You feel clear-headed, in balance and at peace again.
The great thing about Sound Therapy is that it works without the need for your mind to understand it or attach stories to it. You simply lie back and relax while the sounds bathe you in vibrational bliss, working right down to a cellular level. The human body is over 70% water and as such is an amazing amplifyer and conductor of sound.
Due to the powerful vibraions of the instruments, sound baths and sound therapy are not recommended for ladies in the first trimester of pregnancy, people with implants and pacemakers, those with heart conditions, anyone suffering from acute or untreated mental illness or those who suffer from epilepsy. If in doubt please contact me.
Flexible, preferably Mondays and Thursdays
£55 60 minutes (45 minutes of personalised sound healing and 15 minutes of discussion)