During a vibroacoustic therapy session, clients lie down on a specialized lounger that vibrates to produce low-frequency sound waves. The therapy can begin with a guided meditation to induce relaxation and calm the mind. The vibrations from the mat penetrate the body, inducing a state of deep relaxation and reducing muscle tension. The practitioner may also use additional sound healing techniques, such as the use of singing bowls, to enhance the overall therapeutic effect. Throughout the session, clients can experience a range of sensations, from a gentle tingling to a deep sense of peace and tranquility. The session can last anywhere from 45 to 60 minutes, depending on the client's needs and preferences. Afterwards, clients may feel more relaxed and rejuvenated, with reduced physical discomfort and improved emotional regulation. Vibroacoustic therapy is a non-invasive, safe, and effective way to promote overall physical and emotional well-being, leading to a more balanced and fulfilling life.