This is the second opportunity to immerse yourself in healing sounds.
(Please note the first one sold out, so book sooner rather than later).
A Sound Tonic sound bath uses Himalayan singing bowls, crystal singing bowls and other soothing sounds to induce a meditative state and a feeling of intense relaxation.
Wonder if this is for you?
The science behind sound waves is fascinating and has been shown to help all sorts of things:
— Supports treatments for things such as fertility issues, chronic pain, stress-related illnesses, IBS, ME, tinnitus, mild depression, anxiety, arthritis and many symptoms of Parkinson’s.
— It is particularly effective with stress-related illnesses and helping people feel able to cope with difficult situations.
— It’s also really effective for people who want to meditate, but struggle to quieten the mind. The sounds will do the work for you.
— Maybe you just love an om at the end of a yoga class or you’re interested in subtle energy flow that comes with vibrations of sound.
What to expect?
A typical Sound Therapy session uses Himalayan singing bowls, crystal singing bowls, voice and rhythm to gently bring you into a deeply relaxed state
More about Sally
I’ve always been passionate about music and sound, playing and singing in a variety of styles. I’ve run several choirs and taught singing and harmony to individuals and groups since 2005.
Through this work, I was already aware of the uplifting, calming and energising effects of sound, but when I attended an open day at the British Academy of Sound Therapy (BAST), I was completely overwhelmed at the power of the sound-spaces they created. I felt I was taken out of my body and yet it was a very physical experience.
I went on to study with BAST becoming a fully qualified Sound Practitioner. I’m a member of the British Register of Complementary Practitioners (BRCP) and the Institute for Complementary and Natural Medicine (ICNM).
I’ve been offering treatments in Sheffield since 2013.