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Music is a powerful tool for healing. The vibrations and frequencies of sound resonate with and within our body. Using singing bowls, tuning forks and drums is a great way to get your body, mind and spirit back into rhythm! Allow me to introduce you to and immerse you in this relaxing and harmonizing treatment modality.

SINGING BOWLS – Not just a beautiful and relaxing sound, the vibration of the tone can help to release energy blockages, have a positive and balancing influence on brain waves, as well as having a calming effect on the nervous system. Experience this deeply relaxing music treatment that heals the body on a cellular level.

There is a very helpful explanation in a great article, Tibetan Singing Bowls – The ancient brain entrainment methodology for healing and meditation, “Since all matter is energy vibrating at different rates, by altering the rate of vibration we can change the structure of matter. Sound from Tibetan Singing Bowls entrains the brain to move into the Theta brain wave frequencies that induce deep meditative and peaceful states, clarity of mind, and intuition.  The sound vibrations impact our nervous system, engaging our relaxation reflex and inhibiting the stress or pain response.”


DRUMMING – Using a variety of drumming techniques led by Melissa (that require no prior musical training from the participant), we work practitioner-to-client in a rhythmic exchange of vibration and flow.  Also see the Into the Spirit Drum Circle events for group healing and deep connection.

“Research indicates that drumming accelerates physical healing, boosts the immune system. In addition, specific studies conducted by professionals in the fields of music therapy and mental health show us that drumming:

  • Reduces tension, anxiety and stress
  • Helps control chronic pain
  • Boosts the immune system
  • Releases negative feelings, blockages and emotional trauma

In a specific study conducted by Barry Bittman, MD, group drumming actually increases cancer-killing cells, which help the body combat cancer as well as many other viruses.” – From Project Resiliency: Mind-Body-Drum