What is Vibrational Sound Therapy?
Vibrational Sound Therapy (VST) is a form of sound healing that uses specially designed therapeutic sound bowls, including Tibetan singing bowls, near or in contact with the body to produce soothing vibration and sound.
This remarkable combination induces a profound state of relaxation that naturally allows for the repair of the body and mind. The intent of these therapy sessions is to reduce those factors that negatively impact physical health and well-being.
Who is Vibrational Sound Therapy for?
Vibrational Sound Therapy is ideal for those struggling with stress, anxiety, chronic pain, and overall fatigue. Our healing practitioners use therapeutic singing bowls and tuning forks to stimulate your nervous system and slow your brain waves allowing you to sink into a state of deep relaxation and meditative thought.
Based on your individual needs, VST can be done as a singular therapy or in combination with meditation, guided imagery, breathwork, and Reiki. Our sound healers also offer Private Sound Baths for 2 or more people.
What can I expect during a Vibrational Sound Therapy session?
Every session with our sound therapist is unique and can be personalized to each person’s limitations, comfort, and preferences. A few things that are standard are that clients are fully clothed lying either face-up or face-down on a massage table.
Then, specially designed therapeutic sound bowls will be placed near or in contact with the body. Next, the singing bowls will be struck with a mallet to produce soothing ambient sound and vibration designed to lull you into deep relaxation.
Most clients begin to feel calmer and start to relax as soon as the session begins. This serene state allows your body to repair itself instead of responding to outside concerns. As you relax, your levels of stress hormones such as cortisol begin to drop and your immune system starts to function at its best.
The power of sound therapy is known to provide many benefits to the mind and body. Those who experience this state of deep relaxation often report feeling a state of mental freshness that carries with them long after the session is over.