Sound therapy is an ancient method of healing
different instruments like drums, gongs, Tibetan bowls, tuning forks or the human voice. These sounds can create a very deep relaxed state. During sound therapy your brainwaves enter alpha or theta which are associated with light meditation and deep relaxation. Of all of the healing therapies, sound work has been used for many thousands of years. From the Aboriginal people of Australia with their ‘yidaki’ (modern name, didgeridoo), to the monks of Tibet using overtone chanting.
For people in good health the treatment will promote inner harmony, elevate energy levels, boost creativity and make one feel deeply relaxed. For those with physical or psychological concerns, the sound therapy will help to bring relief from pain, stress and anxiety. Most clients experience improved memory, mental clarity, vitality and better sleep.
Each private session is tailored to support your specific needs and requirements.
The treatment involves placing the ancient Tibetan Singing Bowls on and around the dressed body. The bowls are then tapped gently with a felt mallet. The calming and harmonising sounds as well as the gentle vibrations of the singing bowls induce a feeling of well being and a deep relaxation.
Check out this video for a snippet of a real life sound therapy session with Treasa.
While sound therapy is a gentle and non-invasive therapy, its effects can be powerful. Therefore, a thorough one-to-one medical history must be carried out before commencing the treatment. It is also vital that you communicate with me during and after the treatment if any issues or difficulties arise. Sound therapy is not suitable for everyone, read more on what issues may require you to check with your doctor before proceeding.
The first sound therapy session lasts one hour and 15 minutes.
Regular sessions last one hour.
€60 per session
€50 OAP, full time students and unemployed.
€300 once off payment for six sound therapy sessions (saving €60)
€250 once off payment for six sound therapy sessions (saving €50) OAP, full time students and unemployed.
I hold regular “Introduction to Sound Therapy” group events, which offer a simple introduction to mantras and sound therapy. This hopefully allows you to see if it is something that resonates with you.
Stay connected on NBH’s Facebook page to learn of the next upcoming event.
If you have any further questions regarding this topic please do not hesitate to contact the clinic here or on 087 1815007.
Appointment times are flexible with late evening availability at the Cork street clinic. The last consultation time for new clients is 19.30. The last regular care appointment is 20.00.