Science has revealed that the human body is an entity that accepts vibrational frequencies in each and every one of our cells. We often feel these vibrations through sound. However, even deaf people who do not hear sound, still feel the vibrations. When you think of illness or disease it’s important to remember that it is in our cells that mutations begin to form and spread causing all kinds of problems for us including, but not limited to, depression, chest pains, weight loss, nausea, dizziness, headaches, migraines, high blood pressure, unexplained stomach pain, gas, etc. So much medical research and studies have concluded that the leading cause of most cell damage is stress. Stress reduction is one of the most important results of receiving sound therapy.

The vibrations of stress, worry and anxiety, that enter our bodily cells daily damage them quite easily. Whereas disease has a hard time surviving in a body where the cells are vibrating at the frequency of calmness and inner peace. Sound Therapy techniques vary but all involve the application of sound waves and harmonic vibrations to the body through the use of instruments, including the human voice. Sound helps to facilitate shifts in our brainwaves.

In terms of physical well-being, sound and music therapy can help with the following:

  • Energy levels
  • Improved balance
  • Headaches
  • Fatigue
  • Shortness of breath or tension in the chest

Emotional benefits include:

  • Reduced anxiety
  • Confidence booster
  • Improved patience
  • Better ability to communicate with others & express emotions

Mental benefits include:

  • Clear mind
  • Motivation
  • Open mindedness
  • Better focus & organization
  • Less irritability