What is Sound Healing?
Sound and music have been used since ancient times for healing and transformation. The basic principle of sound healing is that everything is in a state of vibration, including our organs, bones, tissues, etc. If these parts of the body become imbalanced they may be healed through projecting the proper and correct frequencies back into the body. This works for imbalances and over-or-under activity in the chakras and the energy fields.
Who is it for?
Sound healing is for everyone. There are some conditions which determine if a particular instrument or treatment cannot be undertaken but I will go through an in-depth discussion with each client to ensure your sound healing session is right for you.
Your first sound healing session will last an hour and a quarter, with each subsequent session lasting an hour. Each session begins with a discussion to ascertain the best treatment for you. You will be lying or sitting (if lying is uncomfortable for you). I will select from a variety of instruments including Tibetan bowls, voice, chant, drum, gongs, drone and biosonic tuning forks. Whether you choose an Individual session or a group sound bath, you will be bathed in healing, restorative sound waves.
How many sessions should I have?
This really depends on you as an individual and one session may be enough with occasional visits to re-balance, or you may benefit from a block of 4 regular sessions.
What do I need to do after a session?
Try not to book a session when you have a lot to do afterwards. Drink water, a gentle walk, allow yourself to absorb and feel the benefit of the session.
Session cost with Gill McGready
The cost of an individual session is £35. A block of 4 pre-paid sessions is £30 per session.
Gill will also be offering Dru yoga at £7.00 for 1.5 hrs (minimum of 3 people).
Group Sound Bath with Gill McGready
£10 per person (3 to 10 people)
A group sound bath begins with some gentle movement and a guided relaxation or meditation followed by approximately 50 minutes of sound.