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SOUND HEALING

The Medicine Of The Future

TIBETAN SOUND

Tibetan Singing Bowls are known to be the oldest and most natural form of healing to man.

The bowls work through vibrations which has a calming effect on the nervous system, potential to rewire the brain and can travel deep into our body to penetrate the bones.

WHY SOUND

Music has the power to train and heal minds which has been proven historically. We has a sound healer and special educator, have been using this aspect to help children with special needs.

 

We create Tibetan Sound Healing compositions specifically for kids, based on their needs. The compilations are unique to every child and is meant to heal them mentally and emotionally.

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HOW WE WORK

The process is simple. Every parent shares their child’s details with us and we create a set of audio/video files for them that are individualized. When played over a period of time, and as instructed, it is noticed that the child responds positively, and there is a distinct improvement in motor skills, behavior, moods, and development.

 

What makes this a wonderful approach is that it is non-intrusive for kids, and effective, with no side effects. We have been working in this field for almost 3+ years now and the results have been wonderful.

Click here for a sample file 

ROLE IN - LD, ID, & ADHD

In additional to sensory processing issues, those with autism deal frequently with anxiety, hyperactivity and sleep issues. They often face difficulty with changes to schedule and environment as well. 

 

Our tunes have worked great for kids with various types of disorders, be it ADHD, autism, learning issues and intellectual disabilities.

The sound originates from Tibetan bowls made of ‘Ashta Dhatu’ (eight metals), and produce harmonious frequencies, that initiate and  stimulates the creative sides of our mind.

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CONTACT US

Send an email at dr.khushbooshugani@gmail.com

 

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Call us at +91 9168395559

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