Definitions for "Sound Therapy"
sound waves travel at different frequencies and lengths and are said to influence emotional and physiological functions. Therapy is provided by the practitioner through voice, electronic or musical instruments to produce sound waves that restore balance in the body. Used in stress, high blood pressure, pain relief and more.
sound healer applies sound to a patient's body by singing certain tones near the affected organ, or by applying tuning forks, crystal chakra bowls, or electronic vibratory instruments to the body. Purpose is to bring the body's own vibrations into balance with sound.
Sound Therapy is an innovative program of sound stimulation, audio-vocal activities and consultation. While anyone can benefit, it is of special interest to families and children with developmental delays, autism, PDD, Asperger's, attention deficit disorder and some types of learning problems.