Bespoke Sound Therapy treatments for your specific therapeutic requirements using a combination of Gongs, Crystal Singing Bowls, Himalayan Singing Bowls, Mantra, Drum, Tuning Forks and Therapeutic Percussion..
As with our soundbath sessions, 1-2-1 sound therapy helps to enable deep relaxation and offers many other health benefits such as relief from physical pain, reduced stress and improvement in stress related symptoms, working on all levels of being, physically, mentally, emotionally, energetically/spiritually, in a person centred way.
Sound therapy combines sound applied in a specific way with a self-reflection technique which can increase self awareness and mindfulness and provides a space where therapeutic sound can initiate a 'conversation' with the system and an individual may see themselves more clearly through reflection and enquiry through the 'Cooper Sax '5Rs' Model of Experiential Processing'.
Himalayan Singing Bowl Therapy
Himalayan singing bowls are often described as 'nurturing', 'warm', 'safe' and 'gentle' can be used in combination both on and/or off the body for a wonderfully relaxing treatment. Sonic Massage -
Experience a fully clothed massage using the gentle vibrations of our beautiful Himalayan bowls to help relax and relieve stress held in the body, neck, shoulder and back
Drum Therapy & Massage We also offer Drum Therapy and Massage, as with the Himalayan bowls, a fully clothed massage for deep relaxation, muscle tension and to help balance our 'Rhythm of Life'. We also offer 1-2-1 or group Drum Journey
The drum's 'sonic signature' has been described as 'grounding', 'natural', 'primal', 'warm', 'earthly' and 'stabilising'
The repetition of Sanskrit mantra in order to balance mind, body, emotions and spirit. The practitioner chants one or more mantra as the client relaxes either laying down or seated. Mantra therapy is deeply relaxing, taking one to a state of being similar to that of meditation, softening ego and enabling a client to experience a more unified, peaceful state of being, opening up the space for the transmutation and transformation of energy from one state to another. Clients have described mantra therapy as 'deeply comforting and nurturing' and 'like a sonic cuddle'
Gongs can be both gentle and nurturing as well as powerful and physical
The gong's 'sonic signature' has been described as 'expansive', 'rich', 'powerful', 'relaxing', 'layered', 'dynamic' and 'deep'
1-2-1 treatments - In a passive treatment, Ruth uses specific vocal techniques ‘toning’ and ‘overtoning’ to affect the brain and nervous system, producing a therapeutic effect for the mind, body and emotions. The active method uses 21 different exercises incorporating movement, breath-work and visualisation.
Voice therapy has often been described as 'warm', 'nurturing', 'holding' and 'safe'
Group sessions - Deeply transformational & therapeutic voice-work sessions
Crystal Singing Bowl Therapy
Crystal singing bowls are very unique sonically, they encourage deep relaxation and create beautiful musical intervals which can really help transform and release
The crystal bowl's 'sonic signature' has been described as 'beautiful', 'clear', 'pure', 'expansive', 'peaceful', 'ethereal', 'mellow' and 'bright'
Tuning Fork Therapy with Kinesiology
Tuning Fork Therapy has proven to have great potenial in helping those who are finding their flow of life restricted by anxiety, fears, phobias, traumatic events and is also beneficial for releasing negative/limiting beliefs and patterns of behaviour.
Kinesiology (muscle testing) - A person's energy level is weakened if they come into contact with something that does not serve them, anything that does serve them will strengthen the energy system and this is also felt within the muscles. The therapist uses muscle testing to tap into the client's 'bio-computer' to identify the optimum tuning fork therapy treatment for the client
Did you know Sound Therapy can:
- Encourage shifts in consciousness
- Encourage openness to new experiences and flexibility
- Encourage sociability
- When we process sound and music either playing, listening or even thinking about music, it is more widely processed in the brain than any other activity