The Magic of Vibrational Sound Therapy

Metal bowls produce a deep, penetrating sound that’s used to relax and repair the mind. In 2016, a study found that singing bowl meditation reduced stress, anger, depression, and fatigue.
All of these things are known to impact physical health and raise the risk for disease.  This suggests that singing bowl therapy may be good for your physical, as well as emotional, well-being. 
When bowls are placed on the body you can reach a meditative state sooner and the effects last much longer – up to 72 hours or more!
Vibrational Sound Therapy is based on the idea that all illness or disease is characterized by blockage in the energy meridians on some level. When there is a blockage, the organ in question stops vibrating at a healthy frequency and thus results in illness. Through sound and vibration one can break up, dissolve and release these blockages.
Some of the benefits of include:
• Reduces stress level
• Stabilizes mood
• Regulates blood pressure & cholesterol
• Deepens sleep
• Improves Pain management
Vibrational Sound Therapy is used to treat symptoms of a number of conditions, including:
• Anxiety disorders
• Depression
• Post-traumatic stress disorder
• Dementia
• Autism and learning difficulties
• Behavioral and psychiatric disorders
• Cancer
Receiving a Vibrational Sound Therapy treatment can help restore energy flow and well-being almost immediately. 
Julie offers a number of sound sessions including combination packages with Reiki and chakra balancing that can be tailored to meet your unique healing needs. 
Call Julie for an appointment: 303-907-0634.
You can also attend Sunday for the Soul Himalayan Sound Bath each week from 9:30-10:30 am in the Ruby Dragon Classroom!
* Goldsby, T. L., Goldsby, M. E., Mcwalters, M., & Mills, P. J. (2016). Effects of Singing Bowl Sound Meditation on Mood, Tension, and Well-being: An Observational Study. Journal of Evidence-Based Complementary & Alternative Medicine, 22(3), 401–406. doi: 10.1177/2156587216668109
* Mendes, I. D. S., Lima, F. P. S., Freitas, S. T. T. D., Prianti, T. D. S. M., Andrade, A. O., & Lima, M. O. (2016). Effects of vibration therapy in the musculoskeletal system in post-surgical breast cancer women: longitudinal controlled clinical study. Research on Biomedical Engineering, 32(3), 213–222. doi: 10.1590/2446-4740.00915