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What is Vibroacoustic Sound Therapy?

Vibroacoustic therapy is a non-invasive approach to reducing pain, depression, PTSD and anxiety symptoms, while promoting a more fulfilled and tranquil existence. 


This therapy is a powerful tool to help you get into a meditative state and escape from the stresses of every day life. Whether you are dealing with a medical condition, or just feeling heavy and anxious, vibroacoustic therapy will quickly turn around your mood and even the way you feel physically.

Vibroacoustic therapy uses sound to produce vibrations that are applied directly to the body. During this process process, a client lies on the specially designed bed that is embedded with transducers which transmit sound into vibrations that travel through the body in a soothing, healing motion that feels like a massage for the soul!


How Does it Work?

Everything has a vibration and a particular frequency; especially our bodies! Vibroacoustic sound therapy works to change your body from a vibration that is not serving you, to a vibration of the highest and best possible frequency for optimal mood and health. When the various frequencies of sound and/or music are converted to vibration which is introduced to the human body, it can be utilized to bring the body into a state of healthy resonance.


Our bodies are composed mainly of water, which powerfully responds to vibroacoustic therapy when exposed to these sound vibrations. The vibrations create a molecular reaction within our bodies that restores harmony and healthy resonance.



What can Vibroacoustic Sound Therapy help with?

Vibroacoustic Therapy is a powerful treatment for many chronic conditions and injuries, such as:


· Detoxing from substances

· Muscle and skeletal pain

· Insomnia

· Sport injuries

· Stress

· Menstrual pains

· Stomach and digestive issues

· Symptoms of autoimmune diseases

· Constipation, IBS

· Arthritis

· Stroke

· Circulation issues

· Headache, Migraine

· Fibromyalgia

· Pre-menstrual tension (PMT)

· Post-operative conditions 

· Autism

     ... and many more


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