VibroAcoustic Therapy (VAT) is a branch of Sound therapy, based in the law of Physics using Resonance and Entrainment, for a mind, body, spirit realignment.
What is VibroAcoustic Therapy?
VibroAcoustic Therapy is the ‘felt sound’, harnessing low-frequency sound wave vibrations. VibroAcoustic Therapy offers a next level dimension to sound, creating a 3D sensory experience – allowing the vibrations to shift the body at cellular and molecular levels. Feel sound throughout your entire body.
Benefits of VibroAcoustic Therapy:
- Cellular rejuvenation
- Increases production of nitric oxide (supports immune system functioning)
- Decreases cortisol levels (stress hormone)
- Increases serotonin, dopamine and endorphin levels in the blood stream (love, joy and happiness hormones)
- Increased blood circulation and lowers blood pressure
- Increased Sleep Quality
- Lowers heart rate
- Reduces inflammation
- A reduction in pain and muscle tension
- Shortened Healing Periods
- Shifts & transforms anxious mental states
- Grounding & Safety
- Assists & enhances meditation practices
- Offers long term emotional regulation
- Enlivens those with depressive feelings
- Mind, body spirit connection
- Promotes a connection to Oneness/ Universe/ God
- Raises your vibration
Allow yourself to relax, retune, rebalance in 20 minutes, with effects felt immediately.
Low frequency sound stimulates the vagus nerve to induce relaxation. Enabling you to bio-hack your nervous system for stress resilience. High definition, low-frequency vibrations between 5hz-500hz, create a stable signal to resonate your nervous system into parasympathetic, rest & digest. Allowing you to optimise your body’s natural healing processes.
Book your VibroAcoustic Sound Therapy session with our practitioner Jasmin today!
**SPECIAL OFFER – New Clients who have a 60min Initial appointment with Jazz in January, receive a FREE Sound Bath ticket held at Embrace Life!**
The Sound Lounge and Vibroacoustic Therapy is not recommended for those with severe and chronic mental illness, for those who use a pace maker, those going through chemotherapy and for the duration of pregnancy.