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Sound Therapy 

Everyone has a vibration that is a signature of their health and wellbeing. Like a musical instrument that can fall out of tune, our bodies can fall out of vibrational harmony and potentially develop illness.


Stress and negativity create blockages that impede the natural, healthy flow of energy.  These blockages manifest as illness in our physical body.


Sound and vibration therapy can be used to re-tune our bodies and bring back a state of balance.  An ancient and powerful modality of sound therapy are Singing Bowls.  Each bowl has its own tone, like the scale of a piano. The tones bring deep relaxation through resonant sound and affects the cellular level of the person. This opens up the flow of energy to move us back toward vibrational alignment, which brings balance and  promotes health and wellness.


Sound healing has been practiced for as long as there have been healers. Sound or vibration is fundamental to our bodies and our universe. Many religions, such as Judaism and Far East Faiths, state that the world began with sound, letters, numbers and words. We can see throughout the world how sound through music alone affects how we feel.  The beautiful tones of singing bowls work the same way, by penetrating to the deepest parts of ourselves.  

Healing through sound and vibration has been known to reduce: 

                                              STRESS, BLOOD PRESSURE, IMPROVE CLARITY, STIMULATE LIFE FORCE

                                              FLOW, IMPROVE IMMUNITY, HARMONIZE ENERGY CENTERS, INCREASE

                                              INTUITION, SYNCHRONIZE THE BRAIN HEMISPHERES & ENHANCE


SESSIONS: Please wear comfortable, loose clothing. 

Cost: 1 hour/ $85  (includes 30 minute sound bath and 30 minute guided meditation)

         30 min/. $45 (30 minute sound bath)

                                               COME EXPERIENCE WHAT SOUND THERAPY CAN DO FOR YOU!









The Content is not intended to be a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment. Always seek the advice of your physician or other qualified health provider with any questions you may have regarding a medical condition.

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