This type of therapy is usually called, “Sound Healing.” However I call my sound healing session “Meditation with Sound” because the word “meditation” is rather familiar to many people today.
Have you ever tried to meditate for a long period of the time?
Did you have a hard time focusing or turning off your brain, thinking about your work?
The concept is very simple. Imagine hearing a wind chime on a quiet afternoon. If you listen to those sounds long enough, you may fall into sleep or drift away from the endless mind chattering by focusing on each sound.
This is a form of music therapy. Unlike traditional music therapy, which uses organized, well-composed songs, we enjoy listening to simple, authentic sound without any set of melody or rhythm.
I apply my intuition to produce sounds and vibrations by using various instruments such as Himalayan/Crystal singing bowls, Gongs, Voices, Bells and Rattles.
It is my sincere wish that sound will provides your mind a chance to wander into a deeper relaxation and help you improve your overall well-being.