Fiona is a certified Group Sound Therapist with The British Academy of Sound Therapy (BAST).
"Sound as a tool to help heal and balance”
This approach has been shown to be very effective at improving health and wellbeing by combining carefully considered therapeutic sound techniques which have been shown to affect physiology & neurology with a form of reflective enquiry (a kind of questioning).
The sound techniques are delivered using tonal and rhythmic instruments. The tonal instruments used are Himalayan and crystal singing bowls, gongs and percussion.
Fiona specialises in combining instruments in a specific way to influence brainwave frequencies, enabling a person to enter similar to very deep relaxation or meditation. In this state, many different therapeutic processes occur.
This method of sound therapy also uses reflective techniques to enable her clients to gain insight into their personal ‘wholing’ process. The BAST method of reflective process is based around the ‘Cooper Sax Model of Experiential Processing: The 5Rs’. Reflective techniques combined with the therapeutic sound really enables us to gain a deep insight into a person’s process and empower them to make life-changing improvements to our health and wellbeing.
Pre - screening
It is recommended to wait for your second trimester if you are pregnant.
Typical questions asked to prepare for sound session.
What should I wear?
Anything that is comfortable.
What should I bring?
We provide matt and blankets but please feel free to bring your own blanket, I mask, and Matt if you preferre.
How long is a sound session?
Normally a sound session will take one hour 15 minutes.
If you have any questions please contact Fiona on at: