There comes a time in our lives when we want to look after ourselves better. This may be because of symptoms from stress, illness or a transition through life, which has a profound impact on the quality of our lives and relationships. I'm a Sound Therapist (MCSH) offering treatments which can improve a persons physical and emotional wellbeing.

I started my journey by playing African indigenous instruments, including the Zimbabwean mbira, which had a positive effect on my physical, emotional and spiritual health. Recently I have started to experiment with sound within my art practice, exploring how sound mathematically connected to geometric sculpture can offer positive experiences for people with neurological differences. As a person effected by dyslexia, I have also had to work through a lot of obstacles in my life to deal with situations that created emotional stress, manifesting into physical symptoms. Fortunately, I have found resources through studying sound therapy with the College of Sound Healing that have restored my health and harmony, creating a practice which I want to share with others.

Sound Therapy is the therapeutic application of sound frequencies to the body/mind of a person with the intention of bringing them into a state of optimal health.

It works on the principle that every organ, bone and cell in the body has its own resonant vibration, which is distributed in the mass of water and through elements such as oxygen and hydrogen and energy particles both electrical and chemical.

The benefits of listening and absorbing therapeutic sound frequencies includes relaxation, better circulation in the body, release of toxins from cell tissues, stimulation in the nervous system, endocrine system and brain.

The combined key elements which are applied through sound therapy to our physical, emotional and spiritual intelligences are: Entrainment, Intention, Harmonic Resonance and Musical Intervals.