Offering sound therapy classes to others

Teaching sound therapy

Teaching sound therapy to others. Lately, we have been asked, after I am certified, can I teach sound therapy to others? The answer is yes, once you feel you have enough experience, of course. Keep in mind that teaching is a big responsibility, so make sure you are ready. This is not a regulated industry, at least not yet. Hopefully …

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Vibroacoustic therapy a new sound therapy

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The recent years have seen a rising interest in vibroacoustic therapy as new sound therapy that in uses vibration platforms for achieving therapeutic or physical performance goals. Many devices are currently marketed for use in fitness or healthcare environments. Scientific data tend to be sparse on most of them, but many studies are under way. Vibroacoustic therapy is a new …

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Sound therapy course – The growth of the sound therapy industry

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Music is undergoing a sudden wellness transformation and Sound Therapy is what everyone is talking about.

More scientific studies on sound are gaining interest from mainstream medicine. The number of people that are reporting beneficial results after having had a sound therapy session continues to grow.  

Yoga teachers, massage therapists, reiki practitioners, voice teachers, musicians to name a few and even Psychotherapists have started to incorporate sound therapy in their sessions.

The fact is that music is undergoing a sudden wellness transformation and sound therapy is the wellness trend everyone is talking about. 

You will find sound therapy videos with millions of views on Youtube and an ever expanding market for sound therapy products from crystal bowls to tuning forks gongs , bells and more.

It’s even becoming popular within the digital music space, Icelandic band Sigur Ros have started offering sound baths. Nigel Stanford is a New Zealand composer, his video called Cymatics features audio visualized by science experiments. More and more people are looking for a good sound therapy course.

The success of studios around the world like New York City’s Woom Center. Los Angeles, The Soundbath Center and LA Sound Healing. And at wellness destinations like the Four Seasons Resort Orlando and Miraval in Tucson, all points to a growing demand for sound therapy in the wellness industry. 

Sound healing is at the forefront of the wellness industry. The Institute of conscious evolution works to educate people about the effects of sound on the body and mind.

It is through sound that we feel like we connect to something greater and share an experience with others. Sound can inspire us, help us escape and disconnect, motivate us, relax us and most importantly it can help heal us. There is no woo woo. This is because as your brain perceives sound and as your body perceives vibration it can trigger different chemicals in your system. 

Our goal with this platform and this sound therapy course is to provide a more scientific approach to understanding sound therapy and how it works.  We continue to collect and synthesize research on the subject of sound and how it affects us with the intention of making sound therapy more accessible to a larger audience. IOCE sound therapy certification offers everything you need to know to get you ready to start your sound therapy journey.

528 Hz and sound therapy

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The use of 528 Hz in sound therapy is growing. Various effects have been ascribed to the solfeggio frequency but is it real? Music of frequency (528 Hz) has lately attracted attention as “healing” music. Usually, the reference tone of tuning is 440 Hz, and this is the international standard frequency (we refer to this as 440 Hz music). In …

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Sound therapy Cymatics & Hans Jenny

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The power of sound therapy can be seen through Cymatics & Hans Jenny’s published work “Kymatic”. The study of wave phenomena is also called ‘Cymatics’. The term was coined by Hans Jenny (1904-1972), a Swiss follower of the philosophical school known as anthroposophy. Anthroposophy is a philosophy formulated by Rudolf Steiner it’s based on the premise that the human intellect …

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The history of sound healing.

Sound Therapy, Music Therapy and History.

The phenomenon that music and sound can affect the general working of a human body, has been known since ancient times. Looking at the history of sound healing can shed light on how sound has always played an important role in society. The great Greek philosopher Aristotle, for example, mentioned in his famous work, De Anima, that the sound of …

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Infrasonic Vibrations

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Humans vocalize — they produce sound with their vocal cords. In addition, they produce sonic signals through their muscles and other organs whose frequency is lower than that audible by humans. Raise your elbows and make a fist. Now place your thumbs in the openings of your ears to close the ear canals. Do you feel a rumbling sound like the rolling …

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Cells produce sound

Cells produce sound

For those practicing sound therapy the discovery that cells produce sound is no surprise. James K Gimzewski, a chemist working at University of California, LA detected nano-oscillations produced by yeast cells using a special instrument called the atomic force microscope (AFM).  Gimzewski and his colleague, Andrew Pelling, published their findings in 2004 in a prestigious scientific journal. The conducted experiments …

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