Want to feel calmer and more relaxed during your cancer journey? Want to experience less anxiety and depression, sleep better and feel a greater sense of overall well-being?
You’re in luck. SOUND Meditation might help with all of those things.
Even better, anyone can do it.
IASH SOUND Healing & Meditation can be helpful in lessening the impact of stress and strengthening our ability to cope with the hills and valleys of living with the cancer experience. Come and learn simple SOUND Healing & Meditation techniques that may help you relax, refresh and renew your body and soul.
Taking time to relax between doctor’s appointments and treatment is an important part of your care. SOUND Meditation & Relaxation techniques provide an outlet to calm and rejuvenate the mind and body. Many people living with cancer find a sense of peace participating in SOUND Meditation & healing sessions, an ancient practice with tremendous healing effects on physical, mental & emotional level. Those that practice SOUND healing & meditation may find their quality of life improve and gain a renewed sense of belonging.
Improved quality of life. A racing mind of endless thoughts makes people restless, especially during the night, and promotes sleep difficulties. SOUND Healing & Meditation has a relaxing effect on the mind and body that can help relieve feelings of anxiety, and in turn, help patients achieve better sleep. For some people living with cancer, SOUND Meditation has helped reduce fatigue, and even improve quality of life.
IASH SOUND Healing & meditations specifically created for people with cancer allow them to connect with others in a different capacity than in a traditional support group. This creates a sense of community, reduces feelings of isolation, and improves social skills.
Reconnecting emotionally and spiritually. On an emotional level, IASH SOUND Healing & meditation helps people with cancer reconnect with their body after undergoing chemotherapy, radiation, and/or surgery. SOUND Healing & meditation provides a sense of improved well-being. The inner peace can translate to increased emotional coping skills during and after treatment.
People can also experience an improvement in their own spiritual connection, ability to think outside the box, and social skills. SOUND Meditation helps improve a person’s quality of life, in turn, improving the person’s relationship with themselves. This relationship is the building block for emotional stability and endurance during cancer treatment and ultimately, a person’s ability to cope.