Sound Healing in the Adirondacks

Andrea Lisette Villiere

Certified Sound Healing Practitioner

518.304.3763
andreavilliere@icloud.com
www.soundhealingadirondacks.com

Andrea received her training at the Sage Academy of Sound Energy with Philippe and Lea Garnier. She has trained at The BioSonic Academy of Music and Sound Healing with Dr. John Beaulieu, ND, PhD and Master Sound Healer and Visionary, Jay Schwed, receiving her certification as a Sonic Healing Alchemist Practitioner.

What is sound healing?

Sound healing is one of the oldest and most natural forms of healing known to man. It uses the power of sound to restore one’s mind, body and spirit back to a state of balance. The harmonic vibrations from the instruments have a deep penetrating effect on the receiver, promoting healing and well-being.  

The sound waves from the instruments entrain the brain to move into the deeper Alpha and Theta brain wave frequencies, inducing a deep meditative and peaceful state. The vibrations are transmitted into our blood, organs, and tissues. Our bodies are 70 percent water, and the sound resonates directly into our cellular memory .

This is not just an auditory experience—it’s like receiving a full body sound massage. Most people fall into a state of deep relaxation, with increased mental focus and awareness, similar to the benefits of meditation. The sounds act as the focal point, reducing and eliminating mind chatter, which can lead to a release of deep rooted tensions and emotional blocks. Many people emerge from the experience feeling lighter, more in balance, refreshed, and rejuvenated.

Benefits of Sound Healing and what you may experience:

~  Deepening of the meditation experience
~  Heightened perceptions and sensations in the body
~  Feeling more centered and balanced within
~  Deep profound relaxation
~  An enhanced sense of wellness
~  Improved sleep
~  Decrease in stress, anxiety and depression
~  Quiets mind chatter
~  Release of blocked emotions
~  Lessens aggressive and anti-social behavior in children and teens

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