Musical Medicine for Radiant Healing

Resonance frequencies of body parts: 

Eye 20-90 Hz;                                            abdomen, 4-8Hz,  

head, 20-30 Hz;                                        legs, 2-20Hz

shoulder, 4-5 Hz;                                      upper arm, 5-10Hz,

chest, 50-100 Hz                                       lower arm, 16-30Hz

spine, 10-16 Hz,                                        hand, 30-50hz.  

Some of the Sound Therapy Instruments we offer 

Tibetan Bowls:  Wideband sonic healing instrument, Typical bandwidth; 20 Hz to 10 kHz

Gongs:  Wideband sonic healing instrument, Typical bandwidth; 20 Hz to 60 kHz

Piano: A wideband sonic healing instrument, Bandwidth; 27.5 Hz to 4168 Hz (excluding Harmonics)

Crystal Bowls:  A targeted sonic healing instrument, Typical bandwidth, 20 Hz to 4kHz

As you can see, by playing certain instruments they will vibrate at frequencies that with heal various parts of the body. 

What is Musical Medicine/Sound Therapy

Sound healing can improve many facets of your life, including emotional and social development, and cognitive and motor functioning.

​​Today it is used in all aspects of medicine and spiritual growth. While it is still considered an alternative to modern medicine, scores of evidence suggest that it is effective — and necessary — to our emotional and psychological health.

Yet, it remains misunderstood.

Some people assume that those who partake in sound healing therapy are crackpots who seek magical solutions to medical problems. However, music therapy, or sound healing, has a basis in both neurology and psychology.

What Is Sound Healing?

Sound healing is the process in which a practitioner uses music — including the emotional, psychological, spiritual, physical, social, mental, and superficial — to improve the health of their patient.


ARP Healing Center offers corporate sound sessions incorporated with BioEnergetic services. 

We offer private massage sessions with the bowls and private bioenergetic session using anyone of our modalities.

Sound Therapy is defined by the International Sound Therapy Association as: "The application of audible sound to the full body or to a specific part of the body, from electronically-generated sound sources, or from musical sources, as therapeutic support, by a Sound Therapy practitioner.” * This definition clarifies that therapeutic audible sound can be generated by electronic means, or provided by a musical source. Sound Therapy frequencies cover the entire audible bandwidth of 20Hz to 20,000Hz and far beyond in the upper harmonic


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