"A drum was gifted to you before you were born, the beat of your mother's heart."




Sound Healing

Sound has always been regarded as a powerful tool for healing and spiritual awakening in Buddhist traditions. The practice involves the use of various sound elements, such as chanting, singing bowls, gongs, and bells, to create a harmonious and resonant environment. 

Buddhist monks and practitioners believe that sound vibrations have the ability to penetrate deep into the body, mind, and spirit, promoting relaxation, balance, and healing. The soothing sounds produced during these practices help to calm the mind, release stress, and clear energetic blockages within the body. 

Sound Healing in Buddhism is not only limited to physical well-being but also aims to cultivate mindfulness and enhance spiritual awareness. The rhythmic chanting and repetitive sounds aid in focusing the mind, allowing individuals to enter a meditative state and connect with their inner selves. 

Furthermore, ancient Buddhist texts emphasize the transformative power of sound in purifying negative emotions and cultivating positive qualities. By listening to sacred chants or playing musical instruments, individuals can invoke positive energies, promote self-reflection, and foster a sense of inner peace. 

Three types of Sound Therapy are available:

  • One to one Sound Massage where bowls are placed on the body and played to send vibrations within the body where a client may be experiencing pain or stress.
  • One to one Sound Healing where bowls are placed around the body in line with the 7 Chakras and played to send vibrations throughout the body for healing and deep relaxation.
  • Group sound baths which are sessions in group where bowls are played in the centre of the room outwardly towards clients who enjoy a relaxing and connected experience.

For more information on 1-1 Sound Healing please contact me using the button below or for group sessions, make a booking here.


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