The growth of the sound therapy industry

The increasing interest in sound therapy is not without reason. Scientific studies on the effects of sound are now gaining traction within mainstream medicine. A growing number of individuals are testifying to the therapeutic benefits they've experienced after a sound therapy session.
February 14, 2018

Become a Sound Therapist


Cymatics – Hans Jenny

his mesmerizing study of wave phenomena is known as 'Cymatics'. The term, though now widely recognized, owes its origin to a Swiss

Infrasonic Vibrations

uch sounds, with frequencies below 20 Hz, are termed infrasonic vibrations. While these frequencies are generally inaudible, their vibrational energy can be

Cells produce sound

For practitioners of sound therapy, the idea that cells emit sound is not a novel concept. However, the scientific community was astounded