What is Sound Medicine?
Sound Medicine is the application of Healing frequencies to the physical and subtle energy fields around the body.
Given that everything has a vibrational frequency, including ourselves and our energetic field, it makes sense that sound frequencies impact how we feel.
Sound healing is an ancient healing technique that uses tonal frequencies and music to bring the body into a state of vibrational balance and harmony.
These healing or therapeutic frequencies and sounds are delivered via the Voice, and a variety of sound healing tools such as Tibetan singing bowls, Gong, digeridoo, rattles and more.
Benefits of Sound Healing
1. It’s Soul Soothing and Relaxing
Deep relaxation is one of the most significant and universal benefits of sound therapy.
The sounds permeate our system, returning it back to peace and harmony.
2. It helps to clear energetic blockages.
Some people experience deep healing during sound therapy as the sound vibrations open, clear, and balance their chakras and release stuck energy.
It’s an energetic cleanse that leaves you feeling balanced and replenished.
3. It boosts your health and fosters healing.
Research has demonstrated that sound healing can be incredibly beneficial for your entire body, strengthening your immune system, promoting cellular regeneration, reducing many forms of disease and improving brain neuroplasticity.
4. It supports physical, mental, emotional, spiritual well-being, and assists in aligning Chakras.
Sound healing assists with reducing stress, anxiety, and depression.
It balances and clears the mind, and leads to a renewed sense of purpose, well-being, calm, and happiness.
By aligning the mind, body and spirit, your entire perspective on life can change.
You are musical!
The ability to be musical comes from deep within.
You are musical because you are the instrument of your voice.
There is a musical spirit waiting to be discovered inside of you.
It is heard in your heartbeat, your breath, your words, and shared in community.
Music is about creativity, playfulness and expression.
We encourage you to connect with your musical spirit, the one that allows you to open your heart and your soul to sing through your own expression.
Didgeridoo, Medicine Drums, Gong, Tibetan Singjng Bowls, Rattles/Rainstick, Vocals, Toning, Guitar, Saxophone, Piano
Dylan has been practicing music since he was a child. His first instruments of piano and drums were learned through a combination of YouTube and self-motivation. He got into playing saxophone in school in 5th grade, playing in the marching and jazz bands. The year he retired band class, he signed up for a music production class, which is when his desire for music flourished.
While working in Wisconsin Dells as a Lifeguard at Noah’s Ark, he traded in his bongos for a small djembe. It was by playing this djembe, that his interest in finding a drum circle began.
A year later, he found himself visiting an off-grid community in the Sonoran Desert. He joined in his first inspiring drum circle, playing back and forth with other djembe players, dancing on the desert sands by a roaring fire. Spotting a dusty didgeridoo, away from the fire, sparked a kindling desire to learn more.
Luckily, he had manifested a couple didgeridoos in his time living in the desert. He then began a lifelong journey of becoming one with the didgeridoo.
When he made his return to Wisconsin, he had a desire to host his own drum circle, and so he did. During the summer of 2019 in Eau Claire, he had started hosting drum circles at the local parks and soon found people who were interested and benefitted from the healing that took place.
Dylan continues to further his music education by studying Music Medicine.
He offers private and group Sound Journeys with Tanya Meyer
Tibetan Bowls, Native Flute, Gong, Medicine Drums, Rattles, Vocals, Chanting, Piano, Guitar
Tanya has worked in the healing arts and medical field for over 20 years. She received classical piano training at a young age and continues to play for her friends and family over the years. Music has been an integral part of her entire life and she enjoys many worldly sounds, cultures, and styles of music.
After deciding to leave the world of Western medicine after many years, Tanya began experimenting with alternative holistic healing modalities including sound medicine healing and ancient practices. Tanya blends a unique style of sound healing practices and her intuitive, unusual approach incorporates a variety of different instruments and ancient sound healing disciplines.