Sacred Sound therapy is the use of various sound 'tools' to re-balance your energies on a physical, mental, emotional and spiritual level to promote health and well-being.
Various factors can be involved as to why the body becomes imbalanced e.g. diet, lifestyle, pollution. Whatever is 'out of sync' or not vibrating at its own unique vibration (resonance) will, with the use of Sacred Sound, re-calibrate itself to clear and transform blocked energy.
These are just a few examples of things Sound therapy may help with:
I work with a variety of sound tools, e.g. symphonic gong, crystal and Tibetan singing bowls, various drums, shakers, chimes, Native American flute, didgeridoo, the voice and so much more. You may prefer to have a session with only one or two sound tools e.g. Gong Bath. Sessions can be on a 1-2-1 basis or in groups. For more information go to www.soundjourney.co.uk or contact me on T: 07708 734482 or E: email@example.com
Be relaxed Be energized Be bathed in sound
I am also a djembe drummer/teacher and run a regular class as well as facilitate private/corporate workshops.
Drumming is so much more than just making a noise... it can help concentration, focus, co-ordination, counting, confidence and listening skills. You may also find it relaxing, energising, meditative and most of all fun!
energy (Ki in Japanese and Chi in Chinese) flows throughout the body in
pathways called meridians. For various reasons this energy can become 'blocked' and subsequently produces a symptom. A variety of techniques are used to
improve your energy flow. These may include gentle holding, pressure using
palms, thumbs, fingers, elbows, knees and feet or more dynamic stretches and
rotations, where appropriate.
is relaxing yet invigorating, re-balancing the body to ease any physical and
mental tension and awaken your own self healing process.
You remain fully clothed and a session usually takes place on a padded mat or futon, although it is possible to receive Shiatsu sitting on a chair if you are unable to lie down.
Fiona McLaren, T: 07708 734482, E: firstname.lastname@example.org