Join Paige for a private individual or small group sound healing session to help relax, meditate, and heal emotionally, physically, and spiritually.
Music has been integral to Paige's life since she was a toddler learning Suzuki method violin and has studied music for over 20 years. Paige sees music as one aspect that makes us uniquely human. Sound has been crucial to humanity in both development of people physically and psychologically from the times of sound and vibration assisting in survival to sound becoming a deeper understanding of emotional connection within our lives. The intention of sound baths with Paige is to help individuals relax, meditate, and offer individuals space to heal emotionally, physically, and spiritually.
Sound healing, or sound bath, is not a new phenomena, but has ancient roots across cultures from ancient Greeks to Aboriginals to Tibetans and have been growing in popularity more recently showing up at music festivals and yoga studios across the country. The intention of these contemporary concerts is to help relax, meditate, and offer individuals space to heal emotionally, physically, and spiritually.
The ambient tones created with the instruments during Paige's sound sessions are intentionally used to connect to creativity within humans and enable people to pause in the busyness of everyday and instead take a moment to receive.
The vibrations assist in stress reduction and have the ability to alter consciousness by creating a deep sense of peace, well being, and health.
Sound healing has also been shown to be effective in physical healing including cancer, arthritis and autoimmune disease through reduction of stress and aiding in pain management by moving the frequency of brain waves into frequencies inducing deep meditative and peaceful states to promote healing.
The history of Tibetan singing bowls is quite mysterious with many more questions than answers. What is known is the bowls predate Buddhism and while often called Tibetan, the bowls are present throughout the Himalayan regions. While ancient bowls do exist, many were destroyed during an earthquake. The traditional methods of producing bowls are not well known so many contemporary bowls are machined instead of the traditional hand-hammered techniques. Paige uses contemporary bowls handmade in Nepal by artisans immersed in traditional bowl making along with crystal bowls and other instruments.
During your session expect to be welcomed by Paige with a brief discussion about anything coming up for you or questions you have prior to the practice. Sound healing is received resting on a padded mat unless you request a table for your treatment.
Many responses occur during sound healing ranging from strong emotions to deep sleep and even dreams. Individuals have reported feeling different frequencies in different areas of their bodies, while still others say they simply feel more relaxed. Any and all responses are appropriate.
Individual sessions cost $60 per one hour or commit to five sessions for $250.
For small group the cost is $60 plus $15 per additional person, discounts are available for bundled sessions by inquiry.