Introducing sound healing to your treatments

Harriet Emily portrait photo outdoors through trees greeneryBy Harriet Emily on December 29th, 2022

Harriet Emily is a sound healing and meditation practitioner who has just opened a space in Harrods. She’s worked with a number of brands on incorporating sound healing into services to give a point of difference and offer an extra element of wellbeing. Here she tells us how to introduce workplace wellbeing through Sound Healing + Meditation.

Sound Healing Therapy is one of the fastest growing holistic practices in the UK. By using different instruments such as Gongs and Singing Bowls, people can quickly relax and meditate by listening to different calming sounds. One of the reasons why Sound Healing is becoming more popular is due to the rise in stress and burnout from today’s modern world. Whether from work or personal worries, many people struggle to switch off and find time for themselves. The beauty of Sound Healing is that it is an adaptable practice which can be incorporated into your workplace in many ways. Whether simply playing meditation music recordings in the background of your workspace, including the use of a singing bowl in one of your services for customers, or by taking a five or ten-minute wellbeing break to sit and close your eyes as you meditate to relaxing sounds. In this blog, I will guide you through these three methods of incorporating Sound Healing into your workspace and the ways and can help to produce a boost in customer and employee wellbeing.

Meditation Music in the Workplace

The music played in your workspace can really affect the ambience and feel of your environment for both customers and employees. By creating a relaxing playlist of music with sounds such as the Harp, Nature Sounds and Healing Frequencies, people will instantly be able to step away from the outside world and start to feel more relaxed as soon as they walk into your building.

Incorporating Singing Bowls with Treatments

A lovely addition to any treatment is to provide a mindful moment of relaxation. Whether in a hair or beauty treatment, the use of a singing bowl can be instantly calming and soothing for any client. In a hair treatment, I would personally recommend combining a small head massage with a few strikes of a metal singing bowl before and after the massage. This sound is very grounding and relaxing, so it complements the massage perfectly. It also adds a unique pampering touch to a haircare treatment. In a massage or beauty treatment, I recommend playing a singing bowl by striking it at the beginning and end of a treatment whilst guiding your client to take 3 deep breaths as a way to bring them into the present moment and feel more connected to themselves.

Wellbeing Breaks

Offering your employees a five-to-ten-minute wellbeing break per day or week can be a great way for you to encourage more wellbeing and positivity within your workspace. To do this, you can provide them with a selection of pre-recorded or downloaded meditations, through an app like Insight Timer, which they can follow along through headphones. This can be done either outside in nature or in a private break room space. By providing them with the tools and space to help them meditate, it encourages your employees to discover meditation, but also to remember the importance of taking time to care for themselves, when they spend so much time caring for others.

Want to learn more about sound healing? Harriet Emily offers certified Sound Healing Practitioner Training courses in crystal bowls and gongs, Himalayan Singing Bowls, Tuning Forks and other sacred instruments such as rattles and chimes, visit: https://harrietemily.com/training/ or follow Harriet Emily on Instagram @_harrietemily

Harriet Emily portrait photo outdoors through trees greenery

Harriet Emily

Harriet Emily is a sound healing and meditation practitioner who has just opened a space in Harrods. She’s worked with a number of brands on incorporating sound healing into services to give a point of difference and offer an extra element of wellbeing.

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