Hello and welcome!
I am a Certified Vibrational Sound Therapist located in New Jersey, and I want to offer a unique possibility to add value to your practice - a suite of three modes of sound therapy services.
As a professional who is on the cutting edge of holistic methods to help your clients achieve optimum health, sound therapy could be an effective companion service to augment your practice.
Clinics offering sound therapy can be found all over the world, especially in Europe, and it is a fast growing modality here in the United States.
Research has shown the use of sound therapies to be extremely effective for alleviating stress and pain and promoting physical and emotional healing.
Two of the therapies are can be offered virtually to your clients, making it much easier for them to take advantage of these cutting edge services.
Crystal Sound Bath Meditation
(Virtual or In-Person - Suitable for Groups)
This therapy is a deep ambient sound experience that uses vibrations to therapeutically nurture and rejuvenate the body/mind. The sounds are created by a variety of sonic instruments including crystal singing bowls, Himalayan singing bowls, chimes, monochord instrument and voice. This modality has been found to integrate the left and right sides of the brain, as well as stimulates the alpha and theta brain waves, which are associated with deep meditative and peaceful states that are highly conducive to healing.
Here is a recording of a sound bath that I did recently. Headphones/earbuds are recommended for best listening experience:
“I just wanted to thank you again for sharing this recording with me. It has helped me so much. I listen to it nightly. The magic of the sound bowls is truly amazing! I’m able to clear my mind, relax, and fall into a restful deep sleep at bedtime. Looking forward to the day I can have another vibrational therapy session!”
“Practitioners of sound therapy, or sound work, utilize vibration, resonance, and entrainment to modify physiological and neurological responses. Resonance is a key part of sound healing, and of any type of vibrational therapy. Resonant links are active throughout the body, and the oscillating systems between the heart, brain, nervous system, and the spine are based on simple, harmonic standing waves. These harmonic impulses help to restore balance in the autonomic nervous system which controls breath, heart rate, digestion, the release of hormones, and most other physiological activities. When the bones of the spine lose their tone, re-tuning them can restore the spine’s role in maintaining the body’s natural harmony.”
June Leslie Wieder, DC
"I believe that as healthcare providers, we are doing our best to cater to the physical and psychological needs of our patients, However, wouldn't it be wonderful if there could be some simple tools that can help patients, and we could teach to patients to help them relieve stress without any side effects? To this end, sound healing is becoming accepted as one of the valid methods to alleviate stress, reduce burnout, improve sleep and improve general well being.
Dr. Andrew Tin-yau Wong Sound Therapy: from Polyvagal Theory to Practice