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Sound Healer

Sound healing, also known as Sound Therapy or Vibrational Medicine, is the practice of using sound and frequency for relaxation, healing and personal development, general treatments help with a wide range of physical, mental and emotional issues. The treatments can also be just to create a sense of well being, which has been proven to be enhance the immune system and all organs in the body . The treatments often use voice, gongs, crystal bowls, Tibetan bowls, tuning forks and electronic sound, and vibroacoustic devices. Sound healing has the capacity to slow down your respiratory rate, relax your brainwaves patterns, lower your heart rate variability and calm your nervous system, sound healing is at the cutting edge of healing

Sound Therapist

A Sound Therapist works on specific mental, physical, and emotional issues and adds in specific protocols for the particular issue. Issues include anxiety, learning disabilities, autism, trauma, sleep, grief, dementia, Parkinson’s, ADD/ADHD and PTSD. The treatments may include general Sound Healing instruments and voice, but then often get more specific as to the frequency, timbre, or vibrational flow required for the specific issue. The treatment may include an intake interview and/or use of an assessment device such as Voice Analysis to help isolate the specific issue to define specific sound parameters to use.

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Sound Bath Practitioner

Sound Bath Performers use light, voice and/or play instruments including crystal bowls, Tibetan bowls, gongs and drums to induce a state of relaxation in a group. The group might be as general as people that are looking for an interesting sound vibrational experience, or might be very specific medically – as for a group of cancer patients, as a celebration of life experience. Sometimes there are multiple people performing the sound bath together. The session may be for a few people, or thousands in a large concert hall or cathedral, for example. There are hundreds of instruments that may be used in such a session.

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