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Scientists believe that sound healing dates back to ancient Greece, when music and sound were used in an effort to treat mental illness. ... This therapy uses calibrated tuning forks to specific frequencies to produce a specific vibration, which is then applied to different parts of the body. Benefits of sound therapy: Sound softly massages and harmonises each individual body cell Deep relaxation and replenishment Primal reaction — a sense of homecoming Relief of tension and blockages in the body The letting go of old patterns, thoughts and dynamics A new order can emerge from the clearing created Harmonising, revitalising and regenerating Promotes self-healing Self-confidence, creativity and motivation are nourished A method to unleash creativity and receive insight Why is sound so powerful? Sound is an elemental part of our existence. We live in a constant dance with sound and its vibrations. Our entire physical world consists of vibrating energy. Each and every object vibrates to a unique resonant frequency. This includes the estimated 30 trillion cells that make up the human body. Human bodies are 70 per cent water, meaning we are natural born conductors of sound. This relationship with resonance is primal — it dates back to our experiences as unborn babies. Sound therapy is a tool for bringing harmony and balance to our bodies and surroundings. Sound massages and sound baths harness the gentle yet profound therapeutic properties of sound. Sound meditations and sound journeys are powerful tools for visualisation and manifestation.