An introduction to meditation and mindfulness through the medium of sound, using the OM, Weighted OM and 528Hz tuning forks.
A relaxing and informative half-day introduction to sound healing using both the OM and 528Hz tuning forks.
Over the course of 3 hours, you will learn how to use the vibration of sound to:
- still your mind
- calm your autonomic nervous system
- relax your body
- identify areas where your energy may be blocked
What is Sound Healing
Music affects each of us differently. Classical, Modern Jazz, Motown, heavy metal or trance music; they all impact us in different ways. Our mood, energy levels, mindset; even our emotions are all affected by the music we listen to.
On a fundamental level, music is simply organised sound. The human body is effectively a finely-tuned orchestra which absorbs and reacts internally to the vibrational frequencies of external sounds. This delicate vibrational balance can easily go ‘off key’ in response to everyday challenges such as stress or illness.
Sound therapy modifies the body’s imbalanced frequencies; re-tuning it from vibrational discord back to a deeply relaxing, harmonic symphony.
On this half-day sound healing workshop, you will experience first hand how it is possible to re-tune the body’s frequencies, through simply listening. Tune into the sounds of the OM, Weighted OM and 528Hz and achieve this inner stillness and harmonic symphony for yourself.
What are the benefits of sound therapy?
Sound therapy is said to help not only physical illness, but also help balance the emotions and quieten a busy mind. Most people feel calm and deeply relaxed following a treatment; often these calming effects can last for several days.
In my own therapy practice, clients have responded positively to sound therapy with conditions such as:
- Back, neck and shoulder pain
- Insect bites
- Stress-related illnesses such as ME, Chronic Fatigue Syndrome and IBS
Read more about the benefits of sound therapy here.
2019 dates to follow shortly.
10.00am – 1.00pm (Higher Combe Retreat)
5.30pm – 8.30pm (The Hen House)
£30 for half day.