Learn about the power of music and the amazing things it can do to improve your health both mentally and physically.
Music can lower blood pressure, support balance in the autonomic nervous system, reduce pain, reduce ADHD, reduce mild to moderate depression, improve memory and learning, and even has shown benefits in improving dementia.
Cultures throughout the history of mankind have known about the healing power of music. In ancient China, people believed that music had the “power to harmonize a person’s soul in a way that medicine could not,” according to composer Gao Yuan of the Shen Yun Symphony Orchestra.
In ancient Greece, music and healing were tied together. Apollo was god of both disciplines. Like the Chinese, the Greeks believed that “music had to resonate with the body and soul in order to be beneficial, and viewed music as a way of connecting the soul of man with the universe,” according to Tatiana Denning, DO.
Dr. Denning writes in her article, “Classical Music-Healing More than Just the Soul” that modern medicine is rediscovering the many benefits music has in the role of healing.
John Hopkins has a choral group made up of Parkinson’s patients where the patients are showing improvement in movement and vocal expression. MD Anderson Cancer Center’s Claudius Conrad, MD, PhD, conducted a study on his patients demonstrating the relaxing effect on patients in intensive care, even enabling them to forgo medication.
Not a big classical music fan? You might want to reconsider! One study in the British Journal of Health Psychology compared various kinds of music, classical, pop, and jazz, and their effect on recovery. The only music that had a significant effect on healing was classical music.
However, that doesn’t mean that other types of music can’t be used in alternative therapy. A study in the International Journal of Critical Illness & Injury Science found benefits not only in classical music, but also meditative music.
At Living Well Health Group, we employ this rediscovered approach to healing with the vibroacoustic mat. In this alternative therapy, clients lay on a mat that vibrates with the frequency of music specific to their healing needs.
You might not realize this, but your body, indeed every cell in your body has its own vibrational frequency. The vibroacoustic mat sends healing vibrations directly through your body rather than processing it through your ears. This means you don’t have to be able to sing or play an instrument, or even have a music library in order to benefit from music’s magical healing properties.
Whether you are experiencing anxiety, depression, recovering from trauma, memory issues, poor sleep, or chronic pain, we have the therapy for you. The first step in this alternative therapy is to determine which notes will help your body. We make this determination by conducting a voice analysis. Then we select the key to bring mental and physical healing.
This healing session takes place in a private room. You will find this gentle therapy session to be a deeply profound experience.
The vibroacoustic mat is available for both 30 and 60-minute healing session.
If you’re ready to try a new approach to an old problem, give us a call at 970-966-8419
Kristy Hall, MS, is board-certified in Holistic Nutrition through the Holistic Nutrition Credentialing Board. Her international designations include Registered Nutrition Consulting Practitioner and Registered Orthomolecular Health Practitioner through the International Organization of Nutrition Consultants. Kristy is a member of the National Association of Nutrition Professionals.
Learn more about Kristy by going to our Meet the Team page.