Why is Sound Therapy helping the Bees?
We hear a great deal about the importance of the bees to our continued crop yields and the balance of nature and biodiversity around the globe. But how does this relate to Sound Therapy?
What does Sound Therapy have to do with breathing?
Looking back on 2020, the theme of this year has been breathing. From the unprecedented wildfires in Australia and California, the COVID pandemic and the Black Lives Matter movement, ignited by George Floyd’s final words “I can’t breathe”, we were bombarded on all sides with challenges to our breath. We were wearing masks for smoke inhalation—then we were wearing masks for COVID.
How is your nervous system?
I was wondering how everyone in the community was faring with the unfolding of news from around the world on the COVID-19 pandemic. How is it affecting your home life, your work, travel plans, finances, and most importantly, how you are feeling inside yourself?
The ear is the receiver of sound—it takes in vibration and turns it into consciousness. The fascinating thing is the depth and complexity of anatomical structures and processes in our nervous system and brain that make this possible. The even more interesting thing is how our nervous system and brain can be changed and improved by the sounds we hear. So this means sound is actually fixing our nervous system. Sound strange? Well, let me explain.
Rehabilitating the Nervous System with Sound Therapy
Our nervous system is essential to our well being, just like air and water. It’s an invisible superhighway that links all functions in our body. Its functioning is fundamental to how we feel, how we maintain our energy levels, how […]
Why do we not recommend Bluetooth for Sound Therapy?
While Bluetooth is a wonderful invention for convenient sound delivery, it is not the best method for achieving top of the range audio signals required for Sound Therapy. Some Bluetooth devices are ideal to use with Hearing Aids to help […]
Personal accounts of recovery from balance disorders
Sound Therapy is known to assist with vertigo, particularly the sudden, unexpected, nauseating attacks associated with Meniere’s Syndrome. It is also frequently reported to assist with more general persistent balance disorders of unknown origin. For some people, if they don’t […]
The Sound Barrier
It’s refreshing to see journalists in the Weekend Australian article “The Sound Barrier” addressing the question of why we are letting our musicians go deaf for a living. So often this horrifying truth is blatantly ignored! The article advocates musicians […]
The mysteries of blocked ear and subtle muscle functions
The mysteries of blocked ear and subtle muscle function This morning I spoke to a client who had had tinnitus for 5 weeks. She had also had a blocked nose and a build up of phlegm for the same period […]
How Our Sound Therapy Works
How can Sound Therapy work for me ? Our particular sound therapy is based upon the work of doctor Alfred Tomatis, a ear specialist who pioneered the use of high frequency sounds to stimulate the inner ear and brain. Sound […]
“The greatest journey in my life had been to help many thousands of people to improve their ear and brain health through the use of Sound Therapy”
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