What is vibroacoustic therapy?
Vibroacoustic therapy is the use of low frequency sound waves and therapeutic music to alleviate stress, invoke relaxation, heal people from pain addiction and other medical issues.
How does vibroacoustic therapy work?
Vibroacoustic therapy works through specialized speakers called transducers which are incorporated into a variety of furniture. as the transducers receive sound via music, the energy is translated into vibration, which is felt by the human body. the resulting vibratory input is a form of tactile stimulation that travels up the spinal cord and into the brain. As the signaling is received, several reactions can occur, including a release of mood boosting neurotransmitters, relaxation of muscle tension and widening of blood vessels and lymphatic Pathways.
The elements of sound and vibration combine to form a unique and potent form of holistic treatment which contribute to relaxation and healing. Access to the most Primal levels of your nervous system and human physiology creating access to easily relax, meditate, activate, detoxify, transform, restore, recover, balance, ground, release and harmonize yourself and others
Benefits of vibroacoustic therapy
- The limbic system is signaled to return to a calm state, and over time helps the body to become better at self-regulation and more resilient to stressors.
- The relaxation response is activated, which creates a cascade of positive physical and emotional healing benefits.
- The heart rate slows and heart rate variability (hrv) improves, which is an indicator of stress resilience.
- Blood pressure lowers, which reduces the risk of stroke and heart attack.
- Muscles relax, which in turn can reduce pain from tension and spasms.
- Pain lessens through a combination of increased relaxation and an increase of “Happy” hormones.
- Circulation increases, which nourishes the cells and organs.