Music Therapy for Wellness

Bringing Sound Well-Being
to People of All Ages.

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What  is well-being?

Well-being is multi-faceted. It includes your physical, mental, emotional, and existential state of being. It involves a sense of feeling good, feeling fulfilled, and feeling satisfied or with your life.

And sometimes life throws off our off state of well-being. 

Life involves change, and change can sometimes be challenging. Yet, it is through change that we develop and grow. That’s where sound well-being comes in.

“Sound well-being” is a sense of strength and well-being that you can feel down in your core. It can sustain you, and help you withstand the challenges of life. By using music and the creative process in working through these challenges, you can tap into and express your deepest self. Recognizing your desires, thoughts, fears, and the POSSIBILITIES that exist for you when you can be yourself fully.

Why Use Music?playing the piano may be used in music therapy for wellness

Music can affect us in many ways. It can evoke in us new awareness and insight. We can be moved, as well as motivated, by music. Music can help us feel our deeply held emotions, and inspire new ways of thinking or being. It can propel us to take action in our lives. Through music we can find connection with others. We can come to recognize our greater connection with the world around us, and the world in which we live.

How “sound” is your well-being?  Are you looking for something more?
With locations in Longmont, Lafayette, and Loveland,
see if SoundWell Music Therapy can help you.

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