Music is sound, and sound has its roots in vibration. Sound Therapy involves intentionally creating waves of harmonious sounds and tones that envelop and surround your body.
By using specific rhythms and frequencies, sound waves are also able to activate and unblock certain acupressure points of the body and meridians, helping to relieve chronic pain, heart disease, lower blood pressure, treat Alzheimer’s disease, and even women health issues.
Michele Chong uses different methods, instruments or sound tools to create different frequencies depending on a person’s particular needs. These vibrations affect different energy fields of the body’s biofield to balance a person’s life force.
Sound Therapy can mediate pain because it is able to dilate local blood vessels which allows more oxygen to reach the site of the injury. This triggers local edema, which helps protect the injury and speed up the healing process.
In short, certain sound frequencies can dampen pain signals before they reach the brain. In addition, there have been many recent studies showing that low audio frequencies can be a form of vibration with analgesic effect. The right amount of low frequency audio waves releases nitric oxide in the blood, which plays a critical role in pain relief.
Most people look for temporary relief from their chronic pain, which can be achieved most quickly by taking analgesics (painkillers).
This is not a long-term solution because analgesics are often associated with some common side effects such as constipation, sleep disturbances, hypothalamic-pituitary-adrenal dysregulation, bone fractures due to osteoporosis, significant deterioration in health-related quality of life, and increased health care costs.
Personalised consultation and Sound Therapy treatment to identify and unblock your root cause of pain so that life can flow and grow again. In the 60mins session you will receive:
Take this sound Journey to a therapeutic destination for your mind, body and beyond to relax and recharge.
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