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Sound Treatment

How does it work?


Using sound to heal is based on a process called ‘entrainment’, a natural process that synchronises and re-tunes everything that is in vibration. Since every part of the body vibrates, sound can be used to re-tune the parts that are out of tune or unwell.

There are two typical treatments: one-on-one sessions or group sessions, called ‘Sound Baths’.


The Benefits


- Reduces muscular tension

- Reduces stress and anxiety

- Produces a deep relaxation

- Release of emotional stresses

- Re-balancing of the chakras


What happens in a treatment?


The receiver will sit on a chair, lie on a massage table, or on a yoga mat, fully dressed but without shoes.

The practitioner plays a variety of different instruments to relax the receiver. Then the practitioner works on the body and chakras of the receiver. After he feels the energy is balanced, the practitioner will end the session.

The receiver can feel heat, cold and or a tingling sensation during the session, or nothing at all.

Most people feel a deep relaxation during and after the session.

What is a Sound treatment?


Using sound, music and voice, sound healing brings the client back into balance for healing illness, or for relaxation. Many different musical instruments, voice and sounds can be used, from drums, gongs and Tibetan bowls, to rattles and whistles.




Price List


Full individual treatment                                       £35


Sound Bath (min 5 people)                                £15pp




Duration                                                                    1 hour



Practitioners:

- Jan van der Elsen


If you would like to book an appointment, for yourself or to treat a loved one, drop us an email at info@lightshiptherapies.net or alternatively call us on 01452 527 566.

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