Sound Therapy Supported Care
Nurturing yourself is not selfish. It is essential to your well-being.
Kintsukuroi "golden repair"
Because difficult and traumatic experiences live in the physical body, you can empower yourself to feel greater agency over your experience by using simple practices to re-wire the mind and body.
Gentle Earth Sound Therapy currently facilitates sound therapy supported care within a group class setting over the course of 8 weeks. Each session consists of an opening breathwork and mindfulness exercise followed by immersive sound therapy designed to balance, regulate, and soothe the nervous system promoting healing in individuals experiencing the symptoms of chronic and traumatic stress, including those suffering the effects of anxiety and depression. You need not identify as a trauma-affected person to attend our classes - they are open to any and all who want to join!
As a dedicated Trauma-Informed practitioner, I facilitate under the foundational philosophy that embraces the core principles of safety, trustworthiness, choice, collaboration, and empowerment. I am proud to offer this group class in a safe, inclusive, and sacred integrative studio that supports post-traumatic growth.
Some of the many benefits of Sound Therapy can include:
• Support in working through past physical and emotional traumas
• Reduction of stress and anxiety levels
• Lessening feelings of anger and fear
• Enhanced feelings of comfort and well-being
• Lowering of heart rate and blood pressure
• Stimulation of deeper more profound sleep
• Synchronization of the right and left hemisphere in the brain
• Inducement of deep meditative states
• Lessening of chronic fatigue and depression
• Increased sense of tranquility
Class Information and Payment
Summer/Fall Session: Wednesdays on July 24, 31, August 7, 14, 28, September 4, 11, and 18, 2019
(No class August 21st and September 25th)
Time: 5:30-6:45 PM
Location: 2025 Abbot Road, Suite 300, East Lansing, MI (Kintla Yoga® Studio)
Well-being Investment: $18 (Drop-in)
Class size is limited to 10 participants. Though not mandatory, it is strongly recommended that participants work with a mental health professional in addition to attending group class sessions.
Practioner note: The art of Kintsukuroi, or "golden repair", was born hundreds of years ago in Japan. When a piece of pottery breaks, artisans repair the cracks with precious metals, like gold, making the ordinary piece of pottery even more valuable and beautiful than before. As a philosophy, Kintsukuroi treats breakage and repair as part of the important history of an object rather than something to disguise. It focuses not on replacement, but on awe, reverence, and restoration. Without our choosing, experiences in life can bring us to a place of damage or trauma. This suffering can often leave behind emotional and physical scars. Over time, I endeavor to show each person that I work with what I see in the scars they carry... an inner beauty, courage, and resilience that represents a deeply personal and individual transformational journey.
Licensed Vibrational Sound Therapist
and Honored Member in Good Standing with the Vibrational Sound Association