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Benefits of sound therapy

Research proved that sound therapy not only physical illness, but also help balance the emotions and quieten a busy mind. Most people feel calm and relaxed following treatment. For some, this feeling will last several days. 

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Sound therapy

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Sound therapy

It promotes the knowledge that sound can have a powerful effect on our emotions.

Sound therapists believe that we are all made up of different energy frequencies. They use sound frequencies to interact with these, thus attempting to rebalance the body's energy.

Origins of the sound therapy

Sound has been used as a healing or calming tool for thousands of years. 

Himalayan singing bowls (standing bells that "sing") have been used throughout Asia for thousands of years in prayer and meditation, and are now used to promote relaxation and wellbeing.

Benefits of sound therapy

Research proved that sound therapy not only physical illness, but also help balance the emotions and quieten a busy mind. Most people feel calm and relaxed following treatment. For some, this feeling will last several days. 

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