Sound Healing

What is sound healing?

Healing that involves sound, has been used for centuries. It is said that each organ of the body and each chakra has its own unique sound vibration.

What can it treat?

Sound Healing has been known to clear away energy or Qi blockages, leading to alignment and calm on a mental, emotional, physical and spiritual level.

What will the session be like?

Your practitioner will have a short chat with you about what you’d like to get out of the session, then they will ask you to lie on a massage table, and cover you with a blanket.
Although these sessions are sometimes referred to as a Sound Massage, unlike with traditional massages you remain fully clothed throughout the Sound Healing session.

Sound Healing with Kesang Wangmo

In this session, Kesang uses a combination of techniques and modalities including Tibetan singing bowls, Reiki and acupressure. The sounds and vibrations of the singing bowls help to align your body’s energy, which in turn, can help to alleviate pain, relieve stress and anxiety and give you a sense of peace and tranquillity. During your session, you will also experience Acupressure on your hands and feet.

Group Sound Healing with Carolyn Beesey

A friendly environment for learning simple relaxation techniques and gentle forms of meditation. Meditations will be guided so all you need to do is relax your mind and body and absorb the healing energy that is created. The meditations also include sound therapy to help deepen your state of relaxation, enhancing your meditation experience. You will be immersed in the high vibration of chimes, singing bowls, crystal pyramid and toning.   BOOK HERE
Each session runs for 90mins

This Class runs the first Saturday of every month at 4pm. Just email us to let us know what date you’re wanting to attend

How many treatments will I need?

Regular treatments will promote calm, relaxation and a feeling of general wellbeing.

How much does it cost?

$110/60mins Private     $30 per group session

Who are our Sound Healing Practitioners?

Carolyn Beesey
Kesang Wangmo