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Vibroacoustic massage

Vibroacoustic massage is a form of sound therapy that originated in the Himalayas. It’s a frequency massage using a Tibetan singing bowl – an ancient healing instrument.

You can hear a soothing sound and feel a deep resonance of the bowl directly in your physical body, emotional body as well as the mind as the sound and vibration gently balances your being on a cellular level. The sound and vibration reach every cell of your body, bringing a feeling of harmony, a deep state of relaxation and mental clarity. 

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In practical terms, during the treatment, a singing bowl is placed directly on your body and moved along your body whilst I tap and activate it to vibrate and create sound. 

This is a deeply healing treatment that can release tension in the physical body, alleviate muscular aches and pains, increase energy levels, as well as reduce the effects of stress, anxiety, insomnia, eliminate energy blockages and help balance emotions.


It is NOT suitable for those who are pregnant, have pacemakers, suffer from epilepsy, schizophrenia, psychosis, or active PTSD.

“There is no organ system in the body that’s not affected by sound, music and vibration. You can look at disease as a form of disharmony.”

Mitchell Gaynor 


  • Induces a meditative state

  • Promotes deep relaxation accompanied by release of endorphins in the blood

  • Increases levels of stress resistance

  • Promotes wellbeing in the mind, body and spirit and a deep sense of inner peace

  • Improves functional state of the body

  • Accelerates recovery

  • Increases the ability to learn and memorise

  • Balances the energy field

  • Promotes deeper and restful sleep

  • Helps to relieve headaches, fatigue, menstrual disorders, hormonal imbalances, disorders of the gastrointestinal track

  • On a psychological level – the unlocking of the body supports the release of repressed unconscious emotions stored within the body (as a result of trauma) – it bring these to surface so they can be felt & processed

  • In some cases it can remove or minimise physical pain

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