voice healing

Voice healing is the practice of using the voice as the delivery instrument of sounds used to heal. The human voice is the most versatile instrument ever designed and has the ability to reproduce any sound we can hear. The human voice has been used for thousands of years for healing y Siberian Shaman, Alaskan throat warblers, Hindu swamis and Tibetan monks to mention a few. Sound and the power of the voice isn’t anything new it has been kept secret due to the power it holds and the potential for misuse.

We now know that everything in the multiverse is made up of energy and as such, so are we. We usually associate sound with hearing as we sense sound as a pressure wave that travels through the air where it is picked up by our ears, but air is the poorest conductor for sound…

..water is 4 times more efficient at conducting sound and as we are over 70% water we actually feel sound on a much deeper level and it affects us more profoundly than we are aware of. Using techniques taught to me by The British Academy of Sound therapy (BAST) and The College of Sound Healing(COSH) I will sound combinations of notes tones vowels mantras intervals and harmonics to clear balance and realign any or all of the bodies allowing our own intelligent energy to flow at its optimum efficiency thus promoting healing. 

testimonials

 With Ruby, we have been able to get to the root cause of a number of persistent feelings and patterns of behaviour and I have gained knowledge and strategies to help me cope in a better way. Ruby has been so helpful and I would wholeheartedly recommend her services."

A MAY 2020

I’ve been having regular healing sessions with Ruby. As I don’t live in UK, all of the sessions have been done via Zoom. When we started, I wasn’t sure how it’s going to look like and if it will feel as good as during the regular, in person session, but I have to say Ruby and her abilities blew my mind! 

K GUTKOWSKA 2020

" Ruby offers Hope & is highly recommended for that alone "

Paul - Project Support Worker

 St Mungos

March 2018

location

16 Woodgate Drive,
London SW16 5YP

5 minutes’ walk from Streatham Common
Direct links to Streatham Common:
London Victoria 20 mins,
London Bridge 25 mins, Balham 5 mins.