Subtle Sound Immersion
Susie Self

A description:

How to book:

Subtle Sound Immersion provides you with an experience of "deep core"; relaxation through the transforming medium of gentle sound and music. In a cosy, light studio you lie down, there is nothing to do but bathe in soothing resonant sounds.

Sessions start with a "check-in", then you lie back and close your eyes. Soon the studio is filled with meditative singing bowls, gongs, chimes and overtone chanting. Tuning forks aligned to the seven chakra energies create resonances that shift energy. You hear resonant "voicing", silvery folk guitars and low throbbing drums. Cathartic rainbow harmonies create a sense of great release. It is not uncommon that you may at times doze off. Subtle Sound Immersion works on your own ability to self-transform. Philosophically it draws on the wisdom of Ancient North American Indians and Jungian thought. Brain scans confirm the deep therapeutic value of working with sonic resonance on body, mind and spirit.

Couples, group and corporate work:

Subtle Sound Immersion can be extremely valuable for couples. Group and corporate sessions and workshops are also available. Email us to learn about special rates.
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Contact us via email:

or by telephone:

+44 (0) 1328-878-164
We are in North Norfolk
NR21 0AA (free parking).

Sessions are also available at Peregrine's Pianos (Kings Cross)

See bookings & payment
to book your first session
Sessions last 60 minutes.

Susie Self ARCM, MPhil (Cantab) trained as a composer and singer at The Royal College of Music. She presents "Subtle Sound Immersion" at Skyros: Greece, Esalen: California, and Rancho La Puerta: Mexico. She composes symphonies, operas and songs and has sung at The Royal Opera House, Covent Garden and for Lyon, Luxembourg, Salzburg and Athens Opera. Susie creates a warm safe environment in which to relax into energy shifting "Subtle Sound Immersion".
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Booking Advice:

-book your session
at least two weeks in advance

-arrive at least 5 minutes
before starting time

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