Exploring the Transformative Power of Sound
In the news
In Encore magazine
Recently Encore Magazine featured Wind Willow Consortium in a story about the benefits of sound therapy.
The story points out: While many people are aware of the positive impacts of music therapy, sound therapy is a newer practice in this country. Using instruments like Tibetan singing bowls, medical-grade tuning forks, gongs and RAV Vast drums, a sound therapist plays tones with the intention of slowing down a client’s brainwaves to create calm in the mind, encourage stress reduction and facilitate healing within the body.
Wind Willow Sound Health featured on WMUK
Julie Chase recently had the opportunity to explain the research behind sound therapy when interviewed by Zinta Aistars on WMUK Art Beat. In a segment called “Sound And Stress,” they talked about the benefits behind sound therapy and how it can reduce stress levels. WMUK’s website offers an edited version as well as the full interview. Zinta Aistars (WMUK Art Beat) with Julie Chase
“Relax, refresh, and remember the Universe is working to bring forward the best possible (healing) outcome.”