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My Story

I discovered the benefits of Himalayan bowls whilst on a pamper day recovering from breast cancer treatment. After surgery, chemotherapy and radiotherapy I was left with a number of side effects. Peripheral neuropathy, muscle fatigue and the stress of treatment made relaxation challenging. The wonderful harmonies and sonic vibrations of the Himalayan bowls unlocked the tension and I could once again completely relax. I had thought I was relaxed, but in that moment I suddenly realised I hadn’t been at all.
I was so amazed by the experience I needed to find out more and went on to learn about and train in the use of a variety of instruments for use in sound therapy.
Each style of instrument has their own qualities, soothing and nurturing us when we are at our most vulnerable through to empowering and energising us when we are strong. Each session is individual and very personal to us. It is a pleasure to share this beautiful practise and enable others to relax and restore physically, emotionally and spiritually.
Sessions are available to book and include tailored workshops, wellness days, sound baths, 1-2-1 sound therapy, chakra and aura reading/cleansing/clearing/tune up.
Kay is a fully trained crystal bowl and Himalayan bowl practitioner with the College of Sound Healing and gong practitioner with Mehtab Benton, Gong Dharma.
Kay is also a trained practitioner of sacred drum healing and currently embarking on becoming a tutor.
A member of the Association of Person Centered Creative Art and a trained facilitator. Kay combines therapeutic sound meditation and art to delve into our subconscious.
Fully insured, a member of CoSH, APCCA and first aid trained.