Sound healing is not suitable for everyone.
Sound healing is a gentle but powerful tool. If you are being treated for a serious physical or mental disorder or are taking any medications, it is important to check with your doctor before proceeding with treatments. Below is a list of issues that may either rule sound therapy out for you or where you need to check with your doctor first.
Sound healing is NOT suitable for anyone with the following issues:
Please consult your doctor before first use:
Let Treasa know if you have any implants, screws, artificial joints, inflamed joints and veins, inflammatory skin disorders, weeping eczema, diseased veins as they can not work near to this affected area Also, please let Treasa know of any other inflammatory processes generally associated with fever.
Treatment should not commence until three days after injury at the earliest for:
If you can concerned about whether a specific condition or issue you have may be a contraindication for sound healing, Treasa is more than happy to have a chat with you prior to your first visit.
Treasa holds regular “Introduction to Sound Therapy” group events, which offer a simple introduction to mantras and sound healing. This hopefully allows you to see if it is something that resonates with you.
If you have any further questions regarding this topic please do not hesitate to contact the clinic.
Hopefully you find the general information in this page informative and helpful, however it is not intended to replace medical advice and should not be used as such.
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.