Sound Bath

About This Treatment

Regardless of who you are, chances are that stress is affecting your life and you could benefit from a little self-care.


What are the Ancient Origins of Sound Healing

Though many people have only recently heard of sound baths, the use of music for healing is nothing new. From Tibetan singing bowls to Aboriginal didgeridoos, music has been used for its therapeutic effects for thousands of years. The ancient Greeks used sound vibration to aid in digestion, treat mental disturbance, and induce sleep, and even Aristotle’s De Anima detailed how flute music could purify the soul.

Then, at end of the 19th century, researchers began to focus on proving the correlation between sound and healing. These studies proved that music could lower blood pressure, decrease pulse rate and assists the parasympathetic nervous system, which is responsible for digestion and some metabolic processes
Sound baths use repetitive notes at different frequencies to help bring your focus away from your thoughts. Generally, these sounds are created with traditional crystal bowls, gemstone bowls, cymbals, and gongs.

Each instrument creates a different frequency that vibrates in your body and helps guide you to the meditative and restorative state. By using particular combinations of rhythms and frequencies, it is possible to shift our normal beta state (alert, concentrating, reacting) to an alpha (creative, relaxed), and even theta (meditative state) and delta (deep sleep; where restoring and healing can occur).

This therapy is worth an experience and works on a level that none of the above mentioned therapies can attain.


To try one of these healing modalities. Whatsapp message Nasrin on 073 2044 528
Address: St James, 52 Central Street, Houghton Estate, Johannesburg.
Appointment Times: Saturdays 9am to 3pm

Holistic Healing
Balance, body and spirit, body toxins, Clears the mind, emotional cleansing, energy blocks, grounded, improves focus, mind, relaxation, release stress, Sleep, spiritual growth, tension, trauma