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This service is exclusively available on Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays, between 9am and 5pm.
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Vibrational Sound Bed Therapy is a holistic healing practice that involves the use of sound and vibration to promote relaxation, balance, and overall well-being. During a Vibrational Sound Bed Therapy session, an individual lies down on a specially designed massage table or bed that incorporates various sound and vibrational elements. Here's an overview of what typically happens during a session.

Sound and Vibration Equipment 

The therapy bed is equipped with various sound-producing and vibrational tools. These may include tuning forks, singing bowls, gongs, speakers, or transducers that emit specific frequencies and vibrations.



The individual lies down on the bed fully clothed and usually with their eyes closed. The therapist may begin the session with relaxation techniques to help the person unwind and enter a meditative state.


Sound Therapy

The therapist then uses the sound-producing tools, such as tuning forks or singing bowls, to create soothing and resonating sounds. These sounds are often chosen for their therapeutic properties, with each sound frequency believed to correspond to specific energy centers or chakras in the body.


Vibrational Massage 

The therapy bed is designed to emit gentle vibrations, which can be adjusted to different frequencies and intensities. These vibrations may target specific areas of the body or provide a full-body massage-like experience.

Energy Alignment

Practitioners of Vibrational Sound Bed Therapy believe that the combination of sound and vibration helps to balance the body's energy, reduce stress, and promote relaxation. It's often associated with practices like energy healing and chakra balancing.

Duration: A typical session can last anywhere from 30 minutes to an hour or more, depending on the practitioner and the goals of the session.



Advocates of Vibrational Sound Bed Therapy claim a range of potential benefits, including stress reduction, improved sleep, enhanced relaxation, pain relief, and a sense of emotional and physical balance. However, scientific evidence supporting these claims may be limited, and individual experiences can vary.



Vibrational Sound Bed Therapy is generally considered safe for most people. However, individuals with certain medical conditions, such as epilepsy or certain heart conditions, should consult with a healthcare professional before trying this therapy. It's also essential to work with a trained and qualified practitioner.


It's important to note that Vibrational Sound Bed Therapy is considered complementary and alternative medicine (CAM) and is not a replacement for conventional medical treatment.

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