If music be the food of love, play on. William Shakespeare, Twelfth Night Tonight all over the world millions of […]
Tag Archive: sound therapy
“…music occupies more areas of our brain than language does – humans are a musical species” Oliver Sacks Sound is such […]
As World Mental Health Day swings around once again, we’re reminded that year on year thousands of people are signing […]
This week we’re focusing on getting creative, and in particular how you can use sound to get the creative juices […]
This week’s blog is dedicated to our very own Lyz Cooper who has been revolutionising the world of holistic health […]
While some us might not want to admit it, Autumn has officially begun with the 2016 Autumnal Equinox starting in […]
We often hear from people who are interested in Sound Therapy but haven’t been able to find much information about […]
As the holistic and alternative medicine fields expand, there’s never been a better time to get involved and develop your […]
Find out how and why the way our language evolved over millennia has resulted in our voices being so beneficial for improving health and well being.
How a simple session with a specific therapeutic sound sequence can reduce pain, improve emotional well-being, calm and clear the mind and a whole host of other positive benefits. BAST now has data to support the effectiveness of therapeutic sound.
Have you ever been moved to tears or had goosebumps or chills when listening to your favourite track? Do you find high pitched sounds such as alarms or nails down a blackboard really intrusive or even annoying? Have you ever wondered why this is? The way we respond to sound and music is down to the way we have evolved over hundreds of thousands of years.
Students at BAST enjoying voice and movement exercises As I write this long overdue post I am in an apartment […]