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Sound Therapy and Sound Journeys for mother & babies as well as adults

Sensory Sound Journey and Immersive Concert for Mothers and Babies


Starting in Brighton in February! Please book here on Happity: 




A nourishing, soothing, sensory sound journey for mothers and their babies to relax and rejuvenate. In these sessions mothers are invited to let go on an inner journey and allow the gentle sound vibrations to wash over them entering a relaxed, meditative state. The sessions give an opportunity to connect with your baby through the medium of sound, touch. Instruments include Gongs, Himalayan singing bowls, clarinet, drone box (shruti box), crystal bowl, rainsticks, shakers and many more. There will be an opportunity after the silence at the end to share experiences or feelings that arise but of course no pressure or expectation to do so and you may prefer to be still.

Breastfeeding, bottle feeding, and nappy changing is of course welcome throughout the session, as are baby sounds, soft or loud.. all blending into the unique soundscape.

What To Expect:​
Mother baby sound journey, deep rest, and self-love. Yoga mats are provided but if you could bring a blanket as it can get cold if lying down still. You are more than welcome to bring some of your favourite things for your baby to feel comfortable.

Sound Journey Meditation

A Sound Journey can also be described as a meditation through sonic immersion allowing a wide range of frequencies and percussive textures to wash over the body bringing therapeutic and restorative effects for the mind, body and soul. 

The session begins either in a lying down or a seated position with a blanket. It can be helpful to set an intention for the sound mediation and this can either be chosen by the receiver without any pressure to share with the group or suggested by the practitioner. The sounds are created by a variety of instruments such as the ocean drum, including those producing overtones such as gongs, Himalayan and crystal singing bowls, shruti box, clarinet and voice which can assist in stimulating the alpha and theta brain waves. 


Individual sessions


A detailed consultation is taken so that the treatment is tailored to the client's symptomatic state as well as their intention for the treatment whether for example it is to release unexpressed trauma or to feel more energised and uplifted. A sound therapy treatment is both passive and active at a subtle level as whilst in a relaxed state slowing the breath the client becomes still and more open to actively receive the tones and sounds.  

A sound therapy treatment can consist of a range of instruments, or using gongs only. In a gong bath, multiple gongs and mallets are used to bring out the full spectrum of beneficial vibrations and frequencies. Just as a body massage works out tight and knotted muscles, the "sonic massage" of a gong bath can help us to explore and release emotional issues. 

Duration: Allow 1 hour 15 minutes for the 1st consultation and 1 hour for subsequent treatments. 

Background... What is Sound Therapy?


Since ancient times sound and music have been used as a powerful force of release, healing and transformation. This is still continued by traditional cultures such as Tibetan Monks, Sufi Mystics, South American Shamans and Indian Yogis who practise the Yoga of Sound through Nada Yoga and mantra. Hindustani classical vocal raga for example is considered the highest form of musical communication in India as when we speak or sing with our natural voice, we are connected with our innermost being, bringing about well-being and healing for ourselves and others. Pythagoras back in the sixth century BC used sound for healing discovering musical intervals. Modern science now supports the view that the physical world is made up of vibrating energy. Cymatics developed in the 1960's visually demonstrates that sound shapes matter by one vibrating object causing another to vibrate in harmony with it - this is called 'sympathetic resonance'.

Each part of the body vibrates at its optimum in order to remain healthy and if it does not the body may become in-balanced perhaps leading to illness. Jonathan Goldman in his book Healing Sounds, describes the metaphor of the body as an orchestra and with a single string player losing her sheet music, becoming out of tune and making the whole orchestra out of balance. Sound therapy uses a variety of tools consisting of voice through toning, over-toning and mantra, tonal instruments such as Tibetan and crystal singing bowls, bells, gongs and rhythmic instruments such as the buffalo drum, to assist the body and aura field to rebalance. 

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