Some frequently asked questions about Sound Therapy
What is Sound Therapy good for?
Sound Therapy can be applied to all manor of dis-ease.
From anxiety to chronic fatigue, depression to chronic pain, irritable bowel syndrome and intolerances, difficult life changes to finding happiness, serious disease and mental illness to disorders such as Autism and ADHD.
How does Sound Therapy work?
If a person is ill in any way, physically, mentally, emotionally or spiritually, they have an imbalance in their energetic system. The sound seeks out where the imbalance is and helps to realign your vibration to bring harmony to your system on all levels of being.
Are there any side effects?
As with most things, people react and respond to Sound Therapy in very individual ways. Some people may experience cold symptoms or tiredness after a sound therapy session, some experience increased energy. Any adverse effects such as cold symptoms or headaches are a good thing. This is the body’s natural way of releasing unwanted toxins and shifting what needs to change.
Do you get good results?
Yes. It is impossible to quantify but I have had feedback from many clients expressing very positive effects. From big life shifts, to a greater sense of calm and relaxation. Increased mobility and reduction of chronic pain.
I have witnessed profound healing from using sound. As with anything, the individual is the creator of their reality, Sound Therapy provides tools for that person to help heal themselves.
Who do you work with?
Everyone! I have worked with all ages, backgrounds, nationalities and walks of life.
I have worked with dementia patients and people on all levels of the Autistic spectrum. I have worked with cancer patients in hospice care and HIV & Aids sufferers.
Sound Therapy is good for everyone, no matter what your age or condition. Even if you would just like an hour out for relaxation and time for yourself, Sound Therapy can be the perfect remedy.
Is there anyone you can’t work with?
Sound Therapy is great for anyone of any age.
I do ask to be made aware of the following:
Anyone in their 1st trimester of pregnancy.
Anyone suffering from serious mental illness.
Anyone that suffers from Epilepsy or other seizures.
Anyone that has a pacemaker fitted or large metal implants.