sound therapist

the bast method of sound therapy combines carefully considered therapeutic sound techniques which have been shown to affect physiology, neurology and psychology with a form of reflective enquiry (a kind of questioning). the therapeutic sound and sound therapy techniques are delivered using tonal and rhythmic instruments and voice. the vocal techniques are toning (the singing of one tone – usually using a vowel sound), overtoning (a technique where more than one tone is sung simultaneously) or mantra (the chanting of …

the sound therapist

at wellness destinations like the four seasons resort orlando and miraval in tucson, sound therapy is a growing trend. the most prominent form practiced in the u.s. is music therapy, but the use of individual sounds and frequencies has been growing. other forms of sound therapy work much in the same way—sound eases, energizes, and empowers us. “sound baths and sound therapy are not about one particular sound or set of sounds, but about cultivating intention and receptiveness in the …

certified sound therapist

we like to think of ourselves as singing bowl experts, but becoming a sound healing therapist certainly takes it to the next level. sound healing therapists work in all types of settings. you might find a sound therapist in a hospital or birthing center, but you can also meet them in alternative wellness spaces that offer treatments like yoga, meditation, and massage. in hospitals and other medical treatment centers, they use sound healing therapy to alleviate chronic pain. sound healing …

sound therapy practitioner

this training introduces a wide range of techniques for anyone interested in learning how to facilitate a variety of soundscapes including individual or group sessions or workshops. this program introduces students to the unique techniques and system of sound therapy, drawing on both traditional and more modern systems of sound healing, that can be applied in a variety of settings (hospices, hospitals, addictions and mental health facilities, companies, organizations). this program is ideal for those working within the mental wellness …

sound therapy for stress

the physiological effects include contracted muscles, increased heart rate and constricted breathing. the adrenal system is overtaxed and blood pressure rises. sudden loud noises trigger a fight-or-flight response: the heart pumps harder, blood pressure rises, and the body releases stress hormones including adrenaline and cortisol. “since using sound therapy i have found a way to relax in situations that previously created stress. i notice…” recent research on how our nervous system works also shows that under excessive or prolonged stress …