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What is Sound Healing?

Sound Therapy involves using specific sound frequencies to create a therapeutic atmosphere which promotes deep rest, nervous system rebalancing, and emotional release.

Sound Healing is a holistic health term which describes using instruments, music, tuned sound frequencies, and other sonic vibrations to clear energetic and emotional stagnation from a person’s subtle energy system. Ideally, a hypnotic, meditative, theta or delta brainwave state is created which allows access to deeper levels of inner wisdom and healing.

Sound Therapy is based on principles from the traditions of Ayurveda and Traditional Chinese Medicine. These ancient healing approaches believe that all life vibrates at various frequencies and that the vibrational frequencies of the human body can slip “out of tune” due to emotional or energetic stagnation. When these frequencies are “out of tune” it can lead to physical and emotional health issues.

Sound has a healing property to soothe and relax the body and mind. Sound enhances our self-awareness, facilitates connecting with the higher self, promotes self-observation and self-worth, and increases the state of personal resonance.

Benefits of sound healing:

  • Quietening the mind
  • Empowering positive cognitive change
  • Helping depression
  • Reducing anxiety and panic attacks
  • Accessing and releasing traumas
  • Bringing the self into a state of inner peace and calmness
  • Establishing a state of resonance and attunement with the self
  • Enhancing one’s state of presence and self-awareness
  • Increasing self-confidence and attention
  • Dealing with insomnia
  • Personal Healing (physical, mental, spiritual)
  • Cancer (treatment support)
  • Creativity/Mental Clarity
  • Intuition
  • Quantum Manifestation
  • Stress/Anxiety
  • Insomnia
  • Osteo Arthritis
  • Arthritis
  • Joint Stiffness
  • Muscle Spasm
  • Head Ache
  • Migraine
  • Bone Growth Stimulation
  • Surgery (post operative)
  • Energetic/Emotional Clearing
  • PTSD
  • Phantom Pain
  • Chronic Fatigue
  • Fibromyalgia
  • Anger Management

Instruments We Use


The ancient sounds of the didgeridoo takes our brain into ‘dream state’ of mind with theta or for more experienced meditators into delta brainwaves. The aboriginal people have used the sounds of yadaki, didgeridoo for thousands of years for healing, rebalancing and connection with the earth and the natural world around us.

Through meditation we can improve our ability to listen to our mind, body and spirit. We can identify our desires, passions and motivations and choose a life of health and happiness. It is also in the depths of meditation that the body’s natural healing abilities can best function. The vibrations of the didgeridoo facilitate meditation, helping us to attain states of harmony and balance that we may not otherwise have access to.

Infra Sound

The didgeridoo has the potential to produce infrasound frequencies that can be applied as a ‘non touch sound massage’. The low frequency producing characteristic of the didgeridoo have been reported to provide relief to a wide range of joint, muscular and skeletal related pain as well as promote accelerated healing in various forms of bone trauma.

Clearing of Emotional and Energetic Stagnation

 The didgeridoo’s sound is an effective tool in releasing stored negative energy and/or emotional stagnation. This natural characteristic of the didgeridoo combined with the sophisticated systems of subtle energy medicine theory from both Traditional Chinese medicine (meridian theory) and Ayuverda chakra theory provide a high level of qi/pranic clearing and balancing. 

Shamanic Drum

The shaman or medicine women/man is a technician of ecstasy and its drum serves as an instrument of attunement. The drumming uses a repetitive rhythm that builds slowly and works up to three to seven beats every second that works out at around 180 beats per minute. After around ten to fifteen minutes of listening to such rhythmic drumming human brain waves change their usual beta state to a more theta brainwave state.

Even science now tells us that the universe is made up of sound and vibration energy, therefore a person can be positively influenced by the power of shamanic drumming. Indeed the first sound that we hear for nine months of our lives in the womb is the rhythmic beat of our mother’s heartbeat. 

Shamanic Drumming creates left and right hemisphere synchronization in your brain, this allows you to access your entire brain. This synchronization also connects you with your intuition and inner guidance system bringing forth a better quality of life. In addition to this drumming also activates certain parts of the brain that lead to a greater sense of self-awareness, insight and certainty. Furthermore moving into theta/delta brainwave state you feel more calm and relaxed and an increased sense of well being. These brainwave states are associated with meditation and other spiritual practices.

Voice as Powerful Healing Tool

​The medicine woman/man or shaman healer moves into an altered state of consciousness to access a hidden reality in the spirit world for purposes of bringing back healing, power, and sometimes information. This is the true terminology but I have found over the years that guides are there to help and often it feels that as medicine women we are just a channel for your own personal healing to occur.  Often, as facilitators we feel ancient sounds, words, channelling or light language coming forth and revealing trough our throat  chakra. Nevertheless true healer lies within You, we are there to support, guide and hold space for whatever is needed to be received. We are all on a continuous journey of self-healing and self-discovery and through our practice layers are peeled of and the personal journey reveal a unique path that is relevant for the present moment. 

Definition of Shaman

The word shaman comes from Siberia and means “one who sees in the dark” (the hidden realities), and widely refers to those who are medicine women/men, healers, and seers. Shamans believe that all problems, physical, emotional or mental, have their root cause in spiritual imbalance. A shaman works to restore balance and wholeness by addressing the root cause of the problem. Many methods are used in shamanic healing, including retrieval of a spirit ally, soul retrieval, removal of unwanted energies, soul remembering, ancestral work, psychopomp (helping the deceased to cross over into the Light) and hands on healing.