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Echo Me Sound Therapy Isle of Wight

About Echo Me Sound Therapy Instruments...


I welcome you on an enlightening and healing journey with Sound! I provide public Gong Sound Baths on the Isle of Wight as well  as 121 and Private work. You're in safe hands - I'm fully qualified & Insured!

Find out more about each of the Instruments that I use in my practice...

Singing Bowls Isle of Wight


Singing bowls have been used in Tibetan culture since the 12th century. These metal bowls come in different sizes and each one produces a deep sound that relaxes and heals the mind. Because each bowl produces a unique vibration that works on separate parts of the brain, different sized bowls are often used together. Of course, they can also work on different parts of the body. Bowls elicit a light dream state and can be placed on the body to promote healing.

“Vibrations move through water in the body,” says Dr. Buathon Thienarrom, a Thai wellness practitioner who offers sound healing with Tibetan singing bowls. “When this happens, it helps stimulate circulation to allow muscle relaxation and improve lymphatic flow.” This particular type of sound healing has been found to reduce stress, anger, depression, and fatigue.

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Crystal singing bowls create a range of sounds to restore the normal vibratory frequencies of out-of-harmony parts of the body, mind and soul.

Studies have shown that sound has a direct impact on the mental processes, muscles, nervous system, heartbeat, pulse, digestive system and circulatory system.

Alignment with the tones of the Crystal Bowls is one of the most dynamic forms of sound healing found today.

The notes of the crystal singing bowls correspond with each of the major chakras. Chakras can be described as energy centres of the body. Each energy centre has unique aspects and corresponds with specific tones of the musical scale. Keeping these centres in balance results in health and harmony

Voice Analysis Isle of Wight


This type of sound healing involves using one steady tone to balance your cells and open your energetic pathways. Vocal toning is very intuitive – it is  something we do naturally, like releasing an audible sigh of relief. That is why many cultures throughout history – from the ancient Egyptians and Greeks to indigenous tribes – have a form of vocal toning.

Vocal toning uses seven tones based on vowels. Each one is connected to a particular chakra, or area of the body. Using a specific tone allows you to access a particular point of the body and allow the the client to self-healing process.

Gongs Isle of Wight


Gongs have been used as a form of sound healing since around 4,000 B.C. Now, they’re used in gong baths. The practitioner creates different tones and patterns with the gongs to produce vibrations that work on the mind-body connection.

The sound of the Gong can facilitate a deeply relaxed and meditative theta state.

Gong baths are great for clearing fears or emotional blocks and improving mental clarity, leaving you transformed on a physical as well as mental level.

“The sound wave passing through the body stimulates red blood cells and opens up the blood supply to all organs and throughout the body,” adds Collard. “Gongs also stimulate the limbic system, forcing your muscles to relax. The sound of a gong is heard through the ears, passing through the auditory nerve, then the vagus nerve, stimulating every organ in the body. All your organs operate more effectively especially your liver and kidneys. You wake feeling refreshed and invigorated.”



Drums made with alligator skins have been found in Neolithic cultures located in China, dating to a period of 5500–2350 BC*. In literary records, drums manifested shamanistic characteristics and were often used in ritual ceremonies. Drums of many different types can be found in most cultures on the planet. The drum has traditionally been used, for healing purposes, in ceremony, ritual, and shamanic sessions.

The practise of Drumming, however, can be extremely therapeutic for everyone. The replication of a Drummed ‘heartbeat’ can promote deep relaxation and a sense of safety though ‘cocooning’. Repetitive shamanic drumming can open a pathway to the subconscious, bringing an opportunity for healing and integration.

Drumming can also be used to connect with and access deep rooted emotion and facilitate the processing of this. Drums can be an extremely useful tool for those who may find it challenging to voice concerns or trauma.  

(*Note: I use a synthetic non-animal drum for my practise).

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