Jocelyn Chan Ming-hei shows off the tuning forks that feature in her chart-topping Canto-pop song Sound of Silence. The vibrations they give out are a form of music therapy to help listeners relieve stress and sleep better.
Jocelyn Chan Ming-hei shows off the tuning forks that feature in her chart-topping Canto-pop song Sound of Silence. The vibrations they give out are a form of music therapy to help listeners relieve stress and sleep better.
Wellness

Music therapy for better sleep and stress relief … in a Canto-pop song? Jocelyn Chan explains her use of tuning forks in Sound of Silence and the theory behind it

  • Hong Kong singer-songwriter Jocelyn Chan developed an interest in natural healing after developing insomnia and anxiety while studying overseas
  • Music therapy and breathing techniques helped her get a good night’s rest, and now she wants to help others get the same through her music

Topic |   Wellness
Jocelyn Chan Ming-hei shows off the tuning forks that feature in her chart-topping Canto-pop song Sound of Silence. The vibrations they give out are a form of music therapy to help listeners relieve stress and sleep better.
Jocelyn Chan Ming-hei shows off the tuning forks that feature in her chart-topping Canto-pop song Sound of Silence. The vibrations they give out are a form of music therapy to help listeners relieve stress and sleep better.
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