Sound Healing and Your Massage Therapy PracticeApr 16, 2022
An Emotional Shift
Sound Healing Academy student and licensed massage therapist Peggy Renshaw came to sound healing after experiencing a "major emotional shift" during a Himalayan bowls and tuning forks session. The sound healing she received was part of an acupuncture treatment and, it wasn’t until years later that she realized that she could also incorporate sound healing into her own practice and achieve those same results.
Introducing Sound Healing to clients
Peggy has introduced sound healing to her clients and has found it "a wonderful tool to open up a conversation about the science and benefits of this type of work."
During her treatments, she uses sound healing in a variety of ways, namely, relaxation and pain relief.
Through the use of the Sound Healing Academy relaxation protocol, Peggy has noted that with some of her clients who might struggle to relax, this approach really helps them drop down and switch off their busy minds before the massage therapy session begins.
She also uses her weighted tuning forks, to work on trigger points in muscles and provide pain relief for her clients.
Progressing to Sound Healing Practitioner
Peggy has now progressed onto our practitioner training course and has said that the Integral Sound Healing (ISH) method taught by the Sound Healing Academy was one of the main reasons she chose to dive deeper.
"It aligns very much with my philosophy of the healing arts, where I recognize that I, as the Practitioner , do not heal my clients, but rather I just help them get their body/mind/spirit aligned and working properly so that it can do it’s job and heal itself."
Peggy Renshaw - Tuned In Wellness Florida, USA
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