What happens in a session
I use sound as my main tool for the healing, I also use hands on healing during the sessions. I may also use acupuncture and may suggest a flower essence or herbal blend.
I will bring you on a journey, during which you will be gently guided into deep relaxation by meditation, deep breathing and gentle sound vibrations.
Think dim lights, sacred sounds, peace and relaxation! Surrounded by the magical sounds of Tibetan singing bowls, gong, rain stick, shamanic drum, tingshas, bells & rattles.
I will begin our sessions by taking a comprehensive history from you. After discusssing your needs we will create a wellness plan tailored to you.
You will lie on a massage table, fully clothed. You will be guided by my voice into relaxation where the sounds will then take over and will bring you into a very peaceful meditative state.
You will be held in a safe sacred space for the duration of the session, allowing you to bring to the surface the wounds that need healing.
Depending on what condition, issue you have presented with, I will use various instruments and techniques suited to your needs. You may be asked to give feedback during the session while I continue to use different techniques and use various instruments on or off your body.
After your session we will discuss how it went for you, what came up, how you felt and where you would like to go from here.
How long is a session? Your session will last 60 minutes
How can I prepare for my sesssion?
Come with an open mind and heart. With trust that you are in the right place at the right time and that your inner guidance has brought you to me at this time. Wear comfortable, loose clothing. Do not eat a heavy meal before your session.
How many sessions will I need?
To begin with I usually recommend a course of at least 4 treatments. This helps you get a feel for the therapy & allows your body to adjust.
Most people see an improvement during the first four sessions and usually enjoy them so much they continue with the sessions!
Cost? €70 per session.
" You can look at disease as a form of disharmony. And there's no organ system in the body that's not affected by sound and music and vibration." Mitchell Gaynor