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What is Vibrational Sound Therapy?

Vibrational Sound Therapy (VST) combines powerful vibrations and tones to induce an immediate relaxed state by activating the parasympathetic nervous system.  This makes it very beneficial for easing stress, calming anxiety, or healing from PTSD. In this stress reduced state the body can more effectively mend itself, which can result in improved health and wellbeing.

Therapeutic Himalayan singing bowls are placed on the clothed body (around/off body for those who prefer it or are sensitive). Bowls are rhythmically played in harmony with the client’s breath and internal rhythm.

Clients report effects ranging from a meditative state to deep relaxation. Muscle tension is seen to decrease, the mind becomes calm, blood pressure decreases, and the harmful effects of prolonged exposure to stress seem to melt away. Some clients have experienced a gentle reduction of chronic pain, improved mental focus, and better quality of sleep.  VST pairs well with guided meditation and mindfulness skills coaching.

I am also trained in doing sound immersions which is a technique used to relax the body and promote a deep meditative state.  In this deep meditative state clients often find a sense of rejuvenation.   While clients recline, both crystal and therapeutic Himalayan singing bowls are played alongside a variety of gongs, drums, and chimes.  I offer individual sound immersions at the community care collective. Group sound immersions are held at a variety of locations throughout Denver.  For details about these events please follow Sound of Healing on facebook. If you wish to schedule me for a group sound immersion, please call during business hours.

A little about Me

I became interested in vibrational sound therapy due to my own journey to heal from trauma.  I am both an LGBTQ and trauma informed practitioner. My certifications include: vibrational sound therapy, reiki, crystal healing, aromatherapy, chromotherapy, meditation leader, and mindfulness skills coaching.   My prices are on a sliding scale. I also accept donations of food and clothing as a form of payment. These donations are then given LGBTQ folks in community in need. If you are in need of food or clothing reach out to me and I’ll see what I can do.  You must be able to pick items up at the community care collective. Outside of work I enjoy photography, pottery, and gardening. However, my most favorite thing is yoga. I also am currently pursuing a MA in integrative health coaching from Maryland University of Integrative Health as an online student.  My goal is to bring affordable, body positive, and queer informed integrative health coaching to the Community Care Collective.

To schedule online:

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