What is Sound Medicine?
What can I use Sound Healing for?
- Anxiety, stress, or any nervous system imbalance benefitted by self soothing
- Enhancing a mindfulness practice by learning to balance your nervous system or energetic system through heart/brain harmony
- For those who are auditory learners, clairaudient, or music lovers
- For those with chronic mystery illnesses and pain who cannot walk in nature to restore balance
Sound Medicine | Ease Your Journey
Sound healing is a new and expanding field of complementary and alternative medicine that is also as old as time.
It is Energy Medicine.
It is the Energy Medicine of vibration.
It is designed to work with your subtle energy body. It is believed to access all of your cells because it is vibration, we are all made of vibration and vibration goes everywhere. Subtle energy sessions are considered the least invasive and gentlest on the body.
The body is an orchestra. Come in for a tune up.
Bio Sound Therapy
This therapy integrates Biofeedback, Sound Frequency Healing, Music Therapy and Guided Imagery. The system consists of a vibrational platform constructed with memory foam and integrated with an audio/visual delivery system. The system uses precisely choreographed music that is synchronized with low frequency sine tones and binaural beats.
The combination of the music, vibrations and binaural beats is designed to induce a theta level meditative state which most people experience in about 15 minutes.
Both the audio and video systems contain guided imagery sessions with positive affirmations and messaging. These affirmations can stimulate the mind, and are believed to be an extremely effective means of motivating and empowering the client to become aware and mindful to the present moment.
The system also integrates HeartmathTM - a practical and entertaining biofeedback program based on decades of scientific research on the psychophysiology of stress, emotions and interactions between the heart and brain. The program is a user friendly interface that measures heart rate variability (HRV) with a finger pulse sensor. It helps you get and stay "in the zone".