Angelrose Holistic Centre & Training College
Acu-Sound Therapy is an extremely effective treatment. It is the use of musical tuning forks in a non-invasive way to re-align and balance the body's natural energy fields and to help clear energetic blockages, working on specific Acupressure points in the body. Harmonic sound, both audible and vibrational can locate and resolve energetic disharmony. This supports self healing and is complementary to other therapeutic measures.
It is a gentle and enjoyable treatment method and is opening up fascinating new areas of subtle work. Acu-Sound Therapy can be used to treat any illness or ailment or physical, emotional, as it works at a fundamental energetic level. This treatment is non-invasive as it is applied through clothes and therefore can be performed anywhere.
30 Minute Head, Back, Neck & Shoulders can be done seated or on the couch
£25 - 30 Minutes
60 Minute Head, Back, Neck & Shoulders, Hips, Legs, Feet, The Chakras & Aura can be done seated or on the couch
£50 for 60 Minute
Self Healing with the Om - 4 hour workshop £120 (including the tuning forks) - more information below.
To book an appointment you can use the book online button above or call 07854014411, please call to arrange the workshop.
Benefits of Acu-Sound Therapy
Acu-Sound Therapy helps to bring us to a calm, meditative state where we are more receptive to our body and mind and are able to allow the natural healing energies to flow. This is a holistic treatment and therefore the therapeutic effects last long after the treatment is finished and can include many of the following:
• Promotes the flow of energy in and around the body
• Opens the energetic pathways, alleviating stress and relieving pain
• Relaxes muscular tension
• Relaxes adrenal glands, relieves stress and balances the whole body
• Promotes sound sleep
• Promotes deep and balanced breathing
• Calming to bring about balance in the body
• Stimulates the body’s healing process
• Reduces joint pain and swelling by increasing natural anti-inflammatory agents
• Promotes the healing of strained muscles, tendons and ligaments
• Increases bone density
• Energising and revitalising
• It can also be used to help enhance other bodywork and energetic therapies.
Self Healing with the Om - 4 hour one to one workshop £175 (including the tuning forks)
The day is designed in a way that the sound of the Om takes you on a healing journey, to find your own inner frequency and re-balance everything, to get the chi flowing perfectly.
During the day you will learn about different aspects & tools of sound and sound healing. We will work with the Om & weighted Om on ourselves & we will do an Om sound bath.
You will be taught a self treatment using these forks.
The day will run 10.00am-2.30pm.
Dates TBA to suit you
History of Sound Therapy
Sound has been a critical sense for preservation and well being from the time man lived on the earth. Man's ability to sense sound has been key in everything from communicating with others to alerting imminent danger. The sensation of sound is one of our most primal senses and therefore very deeply embedded in the brain. The brain's sense of hearing is the first sense to be developed in the womb and the last sense to lose in death. The therapeutic effects of sound and music are natural and an innate part of our being. From a mother's first words to her unborn baby to the therapeutic effects of laughing and crying, sound affects our physical and psychological state automatically.
Sound Therapy was originally developed by the French ear, nose and throat specialist, Dr Alfred A. Tomatis, who made some very important discoveries about the role that the ear plays in the health of our brain and nervous system. Tomatis specialised in education and took his method into the schools, where his programme helped hundreds of children with dyslexia to learn to read. He also helped singers and people with industrial deafness. In later years his clinics focused more on assisting clients to learn foreign languages.
In 1984 Patricia Joudry discovered Sound Therapy and wrote the original book on her discoveries-Sound Therapy for the Walkman. Due to sound sensitivity, Patricia's life was an obstacle course of noise. The resulting stress meant chronic exhaustion and years of insomnia. Unexpected events led to the discovery that changed her life. Just a few weeks of Sound Therapy meant peaceful sleep and a new breakthrough in energy she had never dreamed possible. Patricia's self help Sound Therapy has helped thousands and found its way by word of mouth to over 45 countries. Through the self help system, Sound Therapy became accessible all over the world. The long term treatment made possible by this method extended its effectiveness into the arenas of hearing loss, tinnitus and the long term treatment of many neurological and stress related disorders.
Since 1989 Sound Therapy International has been furthering the research and development of Sound Therapy through public education, research, practitioner training and technological advances. The use of tuning forks in health care has also grown extensively over recent years. Although some theories date them back as far as Ancient Egypt, the modern day tuning fork was developed more than 400 years ago as a means to tune instruments.
In Western Medicine they are used for neurological testing and as a quick way to scan the body for a fracture. Many cultures recognise the importance of music and sound as healing power. In the ancient civilisations of India, the Orient, Europe and Africa, the practice of using sound to heal and achieve balance from within has existed for many years. The Tibetans still use bells, chimes, bowls and chanting as the foundation of their spiritual practice. In Bali, Indonesia, the gong and drum are used in ceremonies to uplift and send messages. The Australian Aboriginals and Native American shamans use vocal toning and repetitive sound vibration with instruments in sacred ceremonies to adjust any imbalance of spirit.
Science tells us that everything in the universe is in a state of vibration and the frequency at which an object or person most naturally vibrates is called resonance. The Chakras, bones and organs in the body all possess a different resonant frequency. When an organ, or part of the body, is vibrating out of harmony, it is called “dis-ease” or disease. A body is in a healthy state of being when each cell, each organ creates a resonance that is in harmony with the whole being. Sound Therapy aims to bring the body and mind back into harmony, re-tuning to the vibrations and frequencies of the different instruments used.
What is Sound Healing?
Sound healing is the therapeutic application of sound frequencies to the body and mind of a person with the intention of bringing them into a state of harmony and health. It is based on the principle that everything in the Universe is made of vibration. Sound healing is possible because the human body is not solid and is held together by vibration. Like a well tuned instrument, the body is a rhythmic, harmonious form unless its vibratory field is disrupted.
Sound healing can be transmitted to a person in a number of ways:-
• Through listening to an instrument
• Through listening to music
• Through using their own voice
• Through listening to other peoples voice
Problems that occur within our Energy System can lead to dis-ease if not rectified. This is where the application of sound can help to rectify the imbalances within your own and your client’s energy system. The sound that resonates from the instruments that you use will pass in and through the Chakras and Aura into your physical body, helping to align and balance the bodies own inner sound. This can help to release emotions, clearing blockages in the Aura and Chakras. This will aid the body back into perfect balance allowing the physical body to heal itself. This form of Sound Therapy leaves you feeling relaxed and full of energy.
What is sound?
Sound as we know it is a series of compression waves that move through air or other materials. The vibration of an object, like a loudspeaker, creates these sound waves. The waves are detected when they cause a detector to vibrate. Your eardrum vibrates from sound waves to allow you to sense them.
Tibetan chimes are traditionally used by Tibetan Buddhists to mark the beginning and end of meditation. They are also used by a Buddhist master to bring a student back into focus when his mind wanders during meditation. The sound is penetrating and lacks harmony, unlike the harmonic tones of the Tibetan singing bowls. By gently tapping them together you can make a soft sound, or by holding the leather cord at its centre and swinging the chimes together so that they strike each other strongly, you can make a louder sound.