Vibrational Sound Therapy
Do you feel out of tune?
When an instrument is out of tune, its notes are not vibrating at the correct frequency. For example, standard tuning on a guitar is:
E - (82 Hz)
A - (110 Hz)
D - (147 Hz)
G - (196 Hz
B - (247 Hz)
E - (300 Hz)
By adjusting the tuning keys, strings are returned to the proper frequency and the potential for harmonious music is restored.
Human beings are complex instruments also, and tuning forks vibrating at a particular Hz (cycles per second) can restore harmony to a system suffering from discord. Symptoms of discord often include anxiety, depression, insomnia, pain, addiction, indecisiveness, anger, and malaise.
A session of Vibrational Sound Therapy (referred to as a tuning) restores harmony within yourself, and with the world around you. Vibrational Sound Therapy provides the deep relaxation of a massage without physical touch. Tuning forks are used to lower your brain waves into a deeper state of consciousness. While your brain is quieted in this way, it is easier to access your spiritual self... your higher wisdom.
Sourland Wellness Sound Therapist, Mary McIntyre, practices
The Alexander Method® of Vibrational Sound & Energy Therapy
which is board-certified by the National Certification Board for Therapeutic Massage & Bodywork
What does it feel like?
A tuning can be described as a massage for your soul.
Clients report a joyful, relaxed feeling after tunings. This modality is especially beneficial for those who wish to experience the deep relaxation of massage, or chakra energy alignment, without physical touch.
Those who receive regular tunings enjoy reduced anxiety, heightened intuition, increased interest in self-care, better sleep, and an overall sense of peace.
Tunings last between 60-90 minutes and cost $90. Client lies fully clothed on a massage table. Chair tunings are also available for those who prefer to sit. If you require an accessible entrance, please contact Mary and let her know.
To make an appointment with Mary McIntyre, please email her directly at firstname.lastname@example.org or call (609) 462-5078