Sound Therapy FAQs

What should I know before booking a session?

A session at So Subtle is not a replacement therapy for any medical treatment that you may be undergoing.

Sound therapy is a compliment to an already existing wellness routine.

Sound therapy doesn’t cure an ailment – the body heals itself!

Sound facilitates the required support to the mind and body during the healing process.

What benefits do your clients report?

  • Increased sense of calm and well-being along with a sense that all is right with the world. 
  • Reduction in physical and emotional pain
  • Deeper and more restful sleep
  • More harmonious home environment
  • Some refer to it as the “ liberation of the soul”
  • Heightened awareness and acceptance of life circumstances
  • Personal transformation – improved relationships

How many sessions will I need?

The number of sessions depends on the emotional rather than the physical complexity of the condition.

After just one session you might find that enough emotional charge has been lifted and the body can promptly start to recover itself.

More deep-rooted or chronic imbalances require patience, love, compassion, and the time needed for healing. That will vary from individual to individual.

One of the biggest advantages of sound/energy therapy is that people respond quickly to just a few sessions.

Emotional and to some degree spiritual shifts are normally felt instantly.

You should expect distress levels to change instantly but acute conditions may require more healing time. Even if multiple sessions are required you should anticipate feeling different from the first session onward.

One should never rush the healing process and be kind to oneself.

Are there side effects after sound therapy?

Following any particularly in-depth energy-balancing session, some may experience physical detox symptoms throughout the coming days, especially if the physical body is in poor energetic condition. This will lessen with each passing day and with each following session.

These symptoms could be avoided or greatly reduced by staying hydrated before and after the session, walking outside barefoot, moving your body-especially stretching your body, and taking a 20 -30 min Epsom salt bath or foot soak after each therapy session. And never rush the process.

Can So Subtle Therapy conflict with the Medications I am currently on?

Your energetic field modulates with each session. Some clients report that the medications they are taking become too strong, in some cases very early into the sound therapy.

I am not a medical professional and I am not licensed to advise you on your medication regulation.

Let your medical provider know that you are undergoing alternative therapy and want to monitor your meds.

Hydration before and after each session – is especially important!

How to prepare for my first sound therapy session?

For your session wear comfortable clothing without any zippers, buttons, or belts. A T-shirt, yoga pants, joggers, or sweatpants are perfect for these sessions. All sessions are done entirely clothed lying down on the massage table or sitting down in the chair. You will be asked to remove your shoes, so please wear or bring a pair of socks for your comfort if you like.

Drink plenty of water before your session as water holds sound-conductive properties. To help the body eliminate toxins released during the therapy, hydrating with sufficient water after appointments is highly important.

Go into your first Sound Therapy sessions with an open mind—Trust your gut and don’t be afraid to sit with some discomfort, especially initially. After all sound and energy therapy is a process of unveiling parts of yourself that possibly have been neglected for a very long period. And this uncovering can feel uncomfortable to some individuals, especially in the beginning.

Be sure to schedule time for yourself after your sessions. If you can, take time after your appointment and go for a walk outside or get a cup of your favorite drink and just be. A 20-30 min Epsom salt bath after the session will help with grounding and detox.

Journal, draw, paint, sing, dance, do a random act of kindness, be gentle with yourself, allow emotions to surface, and don’t judge yourself, regardless of how you need to process.

Are you a licensed medical specialist?

No. I am not a licensed medical expert. I am a certified sound therapist.

In my life and with clients I follow the principles of Biological Laws.

My personal observation and first-hand experience proved to me that what we call most diseases and illnesses are important biological processes.

If we just stop fearing the process of healing and instead support the body while it recovers we won’t have to deal with prolonged chronic/incurable conditions.

Our bodies were designed to heal themselves. It’s our birthright!

What are your spiritual beliefs and how do they relate to the work you do?

I see Universal Wisdom – in Everything and Everyone! I don’t subscribe to any one religion.

Even though I never suggest my beliefs to anyone, my work always reflects these beliefs.