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Sound Healing

Sound healing has been used as far back in time as we can measure. All sounds carry a particular vibration which can be used in a variety of ways. Usual tools include musical instruments such as bells, singing bowls, gongs, drums, as well as the voice. The Aboriginies have been using sound to heal broken bones, muscle injuries and all types of illnesses across time. Whilst the Shamans have used sound, along with awareness and intention, in their healing across a multitude of ancient cultures.

Although we tend to be more familiar with the likes of Ultrasound used in hospitals each different vibration in Sound Healing can be very powerful in the natural healing process.

Allowing sound to pass through inflamed tissue or blocks of muscle tension can often gently release the tension and allow the body’s natural healing to begin. 

Each different sound carries it’s own frequency and vibration. Aiming the correct vibration through a chakra can be very effective way of breaking down dense or negative energies and blockages. The sound wave causes these blocks to fragment and the energy to disperse so that the process of clearing, re-opening, re-connecting and balancing can begin.