About Vibroacoustic & Sound Healing
Music affects us so deeply because we don’t just listen with our ears. We listen with every cell in our body. We can use this knowledge to alter our brain waves, achieving a desired physical and mental state.
Benefits of Sound Healing
- Effortless calms the mind, body and breath
- Decreases anxiety and stress hormones, and other stress related physical issues
- Balances the digestive system
- Strengthens the immune system
- Reduces chronic pain
- Lowers blood pressure, reducing cardiac disease,
- Improves sleep cycles and relieves insomnia
- Helps manage depression through the release of natural opiates
- Promotes a sense of balance, calm, and well being
- Enhances self-acceptance, self-esteem, self-love and understanding
- Increases optimism, relaxation & awareness
- Improves mood & emotional intelligence
How Sound Healing Works
Sound helps to facilitate shifts in our brainwave state by using entrainment, which synchronizes our fluctuating brainwaves by providing a specific set of stable frequencies. By using rhythm and frequency, we habituate our ability to move from the beta state (normal waking consciousness) to alpha (relaxed consciousness), and even reach theta (meditative state) and delta (sleep; where more internal healing can occur).
Vibroacoustic therapy uses audible sound vibrations to improve health and balance. This type of sound therapy involves using speakers embedded in a standard massage table to transmit music and sound vibrations directly to the body. Research supports its benefits, specifically its ability to promote relaxation and reduce pain and symptoms in people with cancer and those recovering from surgery.
Also known as binaural beats, this method stimulates the brain into a specific state using pulsing sound to encourage your brain waves to align to the frequency of the beat. It helps to induce enhanced focus, entranced state, relaxation, or sleep. The audible brainwave entrainment reduces anxiety, pain, symptoms of premenstrual syndrome, and improves behavioral problems in children.