There’s this sensation that comes with the release of blocked energy. Some describe it as tension spiraling up and out of the body, others as a shift from feelings of anxiety to a sense of relaxation and peace.  For some, the release is so intense it comes with tears. For others it’s subtle, the positive effects noticed over time.

However it’s experienced, the ancient, holistic practice of unblocking and invigorating the body’s energy flow is considered by many in Western medicine to be a viable complement to traditional treatments. Vibroacoustic therapies and other energy balancing and rejuvenation techniques have been credited with…

  • Creating a profound sense of well-being

  • Reducing stress

  • Reducing anxiety and pain

  • Inducing relaxation

  • Improving fatigue

  • Relieving symptoms of depression

  • Lowering blood pressure

  • Heightening awareness

  • Strengthening the immune system

  • Improving memory and concentration

Tiger Lily has partnered with the Cancer Treatment Center of America and other hospitals and private practices to offer quality holistic care that works in concert with traditional therapies.  

Highly customized for optimal results, each session offers mutual clients a warm, respectful, professional environment in which to relax, breathe, meditate, and focus inward on healing. Sound therapies and other energy-balancing practices and techniques are applied to break through unhealthy blockages, opening flow through the seven chakras and initiating the body’s natural healing processes.

Who can benefit from these ancient and time-honored techniques?  Anyone with any type of medical disorder can benefit. Tiger Lily has helped clients suffering from cancer, addiction, anxiety, sleep disorders, ADD/ADHD, and depression find relief through improved energy balance and flow.

... through the music, we can work wonders. Music is a celestial sound and it is the sound that controls the whole universe, not atomic vibrations. Sound energy, sound power, is much, much greater than any other power in this world. And, one thing I would very much wish you all to remember is that with sound, we can make—and at the same time, break.
— Sri Swami Satchidananda