WHY

Well is the new Wealthy

We live in a fast-paced, chaotic environment where it’s rare that we’re not plugged into some form of media, whether it’s our phones, televisions or computers. It’s a challenge to find balance with the nonstop influx of information and technology in our modern lives.
Science and society have long recognised the physical and emotional benefits of mindful meditation, but relaxation doesn’t come easily to most of us. It turns out you don’t need an “app” to unplug from life’s clutter – sound relaxation sessions will help you find peace without the constant bombardment of outside distractions. Within just an hour of a sound session the individual can float in a bath of sound. These sounds and vibrations affect brain wave activity, producing deep relaxation.

WHAT ARE THE BENEFITS OF A SOUND THERAPY?

 

SLEEP
Following a Crystal Sound Lounge Session:
– 80% of surveyed participants reported a much improved night’s sleep- All participants report that they feel refreshed, rested, peaceful.

 

SHORT-CUT TO MEDITATION

People who have gone to a sound session report feeling that they’ve achieved a deep meditative state.

 

MOOD AND WELLBEING
Lyz Cooper, founder of the British Academy of Sound Therapy describes sound as a type of “sonic vitamin” that can improve health and wellbeing.
Following a clinical study of sound sessions: participants report significantly less tension, anger, fatigue, and depressed mood with the spiritual well-being significantly increased.

Dr. Mehmet Oz featured Dr. Mitchell Gaynor, director of Medical Oncology and Integrative Medicine at the Cornell Cancer Prevention Center in NY, was a huge advocate for sonic healing called sound relaxation ‘future medicine’

 

STRESS REDUCTION
Music is a known de-stressor and is listening to music has been clinically proven to reduce stress.
A study conducted by the British Academy of Sound Therapy (www.bast.com) found that 95% of clients suffering from stress-related disorders felt an increased state of calm following treatment

 

IMPROVED CONCENTRATION AND CREATIVITY
Research at the University of Texas found benefits of sound therapy when used on children with attention deficit disorder. After several rounds of 20 minute treatments over several months there was a notable improvement in concentration, IQ test results and reduction in problem behaviour