Better Sleep - Enhanced Mood - Relaxation - Stress Relief
Vibrational Sound Therapy (VST)
$25 — 25 Minutes
$50 — 50 Minutes
$75 — 75 Minutes
VST Session Packs
(Shareable! Expire 6 Months from Purchase Date)
$250 — Six 50 Minute
$400 — Six 75 Minute
VST Monthly Packages
$175 — Four 50 Minute in 30 Days
$275 — Four 75 Minute in 30 Days
VST Yearly Packages
$500 — One 50 Minute a Month
$750 — One 75 Minute a Month
Add on available
$10 - Grounding or Energizing Treatment
GIFT CERTIFICATES AVAILABLE BELOW OR AT STUDIO.
Sound Bath & Special Events
October Sound Bath
Private Sound Bath events available
Contact us to schedule and discuss pricing
What is Vibrational Sound Therapy
How Does VST Work?
Vibrational sound therapy (VST) sessions involve placing Zen therapeutic singing bowls on, and around, your fully-clothed body. The bowls are gently struck to produce vibration and sound. The ambient tones lull you into deep relaxation, while the subtle vibrations from the Zen bowls offer a gentle “massage” to the cells of your body. Vibrational sound therapy sessions create an atmosphere of safety and security, which allows you to let go of stress, anxiety, worry, and other feelings that may have a negative impact on your health. In the soothing environment of a vibrational sound therapy session you can reconnect to your true self, opening pathways to a more creative and a connected state-of-being. Some of the wonderful benefits include:
-Relieved muscle tension
-Improved body awareness
-Deeper, more restful sleep
-Reduction in anxiety and depression
-Improved concentration self-confidence, and creativity
-Revitalized mind, body, and spirit
Certified & Licensed Practitioner
Vibrational Sound Association
"Sound is the Medicine of the future"
If we accept that sound is vibration and we know that vibration touches every part of our physical being, then we understand that sound is heard not only through our ears but through every cell in our bodies.
~Dr. Mitchell L. Gaynor, M.D.
Disclaimer: Please note that Sound Immersion is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent disease and is not a substitute for medical care. Please consult an appropriate health care practitioner about any medical concerns that you have.