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Sonic Sound Massage

Sonic Sound Massage

Sonic Sound Massage is a term that best describes just one of the elements you will experience when you attend one of our powerful sound therapy sessions.

A sound massage happens because we are using live musical instruments to produce waves of vibrational frequency. Each instrument produces a unique wave pattern and tonal vibration that ripples out like waves and are received directly through the body. The vibration penetrates through every muscle, organ, tissue and cell, hence the massage. By using sound vibration, a cellular response is created within the body and healing on every level of your being is induced.

Every one of our sessions offer you an opportunity to get a sonic sound massage! From our Sound Massage session, to our Sound Bath, to Sonic Yoga, to our Gong Immersion, to our Toning Out to Tune In session, they all include some form of sound massage.

The sound and vibrations are produced live using crystal singing bowls, crystal singing pyramids, gongs, drums, flutes, shakers, chimes and much more. Sound massage is so powerful that it can transform us quickly from the inside out. It has restorative and regenerative properties.  It quite literally shakes everything within us loose and breaks apart things that we have been holding on to in our body for a lifetime. Once we can release and remove the old energy blocks our health and lives begin to change.

We encourage you visit us for a session and see what a sonic sound massage can do for you!


  • Polly Posted August 23, 2017 9:59 PM

    Is this used for tinnitis at all?

    • maria Posted August 26, 2017 5:02 PM

      Hi Polly! To answer your question, yes sound therapy is used to treat tinnitus. You can find many articles online on the subject. Sound Therapy challenges the ear with constantly alternating sounds of high and low tone. These alternating frequencies exercise the middle ear muscles, improving their tone and responsiveness. Improving the responsiveness of the muscles helps regulate the pressure in the inner ear.

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