We offer you top quality resonance beds and cradles, monochords and sitar tanpuras made exclusively from noble domestic and exotic woods, which excel in excellent resonance and vibration properties. These are handmade by craftsmen who, through years of experience, have created unique instruments that have a soul and thus a positive effect on people. By playing these stringed instruments you will create an incredible flow of vibrations guided only by your intuition, you will experience a sense of relaxation, you will stop and immerse yourself in your own self and in addition you can convey these feelings to whoever is listening.
The concept, use and design of stringed resonance instruments is based on practice, interaction with people, the experience of music therapists, music educators, musicians, and work with children, youth and the disabled.
The roots of sound therapy go back to ancient times, when it was applied by the ancient Chinese, Tibetans and Indians. Resonant String Therapy is now widely used in Germany, France, Italy and other countries, where it has achieved excellent therapeutic results. It influences many aspects: heart rate, blood pressure, breathing, affects the physical and mental side of a person, relieves mental and physical tension and difficulties, helps with anxiety, induces well-being, relieves spasticity in the limbs.
Many music therapists and sound healers use specific frequencies that resonate with the body, internal organs, mind and emotions - a way of creating harmony and connection. The law of resonance here is understood as the fact that everything in the universe - things, animals, organs and cells of our bodies communicate with each other through vibrations. With the help of music and vibrations we can indirectly create certain uplifting states or change negative ones, reducing stress and tension. Research has shown that the human brain perceives and processes music through the right hemisphere and therefore influences the production of hormones such as oxytocin, which is released in women, for example during breastfeeding and to a lesser extent during touch. Oxytocin is nicknamed the "love and trust hormone". (Currently, the hormone oxytocin is being intensively studied and new possibilities for its use in the treatment of autism and psychiatric diseases such as postpartum depression and some social phobias are being explored).
ImportantA: This information, which is widely disseminated in society, is not a guide to bypassing conventional treatments through scientifically proven medical procedures and medicines with proven effects. In case of health problems, always consult your general practitioner or a medical facility first.