Join us as we create a special space for you. These events are held outside our normal business hours to avoid any distractions as the gentle sounds wash over you. Erin leads these events with a combination of crystal bowls and gongs.
An energizing and relaxing session on its own or in addition to your float/massage session.
Our sound healing sessions combine crystal bowls and gongs in a relaxing environment that feels like home.
Dating back as far as the 12th century, singing bowls have been used throughout Asia for meditation, ritual, and ceremonial purposes. The sound produced by these bowls is quite similar to a gong or a bell.
Used in sound healing therapy, singing bowls are believed to calm and repair the mind as well as reduce stress and anxiety, lower blood pressure, improve breathing and circulation, alleviate aches and pains, strengthen the immune system, and improve your mood.
No matter the session our historic building acts as a healing musical instrument taking in the sound and transforming the vibration all the way to our souls.
Our group sessions are held in our yoga room with options to lie on a yoga mat with bolster or to sway effortlessly cocooned in a silk hammock. Your choice as the first to arrive get the best options!
Individual sessions are held on our newly renovated third floor that once was home to the servants. This is now known as "The Nest". This beautiful and tranquil space can only be appreciated in person.
Not only does sound healing feel good, low frequency vibrations:
One of the greatest benefits that a person feels from sound therapy is relief from stress. The soothing sounds help to re-tune your brain to cope with stress better by replenishing brain energy with high-frequency sound.
Many people use sound therapy to get relief from chronic headaches and migraines. It can also address the underlying cause of many headaches like stress and high blood pressure. One study reported that adults who suffered from migraines got relief from their symptoms after two weeks of therapy.
Creating new, positive patterns in your brain with sound therapy can also give you a great confidence boost. You will be able to take charge of new challenges and have the confidence to make necessary changes in your life.
Sound therapy can also help you regain focus in your life. This is achieved by lowering brain wave frequency to help you focus more. This can help you, not just in coping with day-to-day activities; sound therapy can even be used to achieve better athletic performance.
Much of the way you feel is connected to signals that your brain sends throughout the body. A body under stress feels tired and fatigued and one of the main organs that affects stress levels are our ears. Sound therapy feeds the brain with stimulating sounds that motivate the brain to release latent energy.
Too much stress is one of the major causes of breakdowns in relationships within the family, workplace, and anywhere else where we interact with others. With the help of sound therapy, your stress levels get reduced and to are able to focus more on building and strengthening relationships.
By using specific frequencies to help re-balance brain function, sound therapy can help you think clearer and avoid the temptation to rely on self-destructive and addictive habits. A healthy mind promotes a healthy body and you can break the cycle of negative thinking and habits to enjoy a much calmer and focused life.
Obviously, when your brain is more focused and there is 'less going' on in it, you are able to take control of your daily tasks on a whole new level. You will find that a course of sound therapy will help improve your organizational skills which will benefit your work and family life.
Many parents who have children that suffer from Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD), speech or language difficulties have found many benefits from sound therapy. This is because sound therapy can help retrain the brain to listen more efficiently and help focus attention on tasks.
Because many of the ailments and health problems that we face in the modern age are stress-related, you can get relief from these by regularly using sound therapy. For example, problems like hypertension, stomach pain, depression, and joint pains are all related to stress and anxiety. When the correct sounds vibrate around the body, it creates a healing environment where the body and mind start to heal itself.