Breast cancer screening today requires exposure to X-ray radiation. The X-ray images are difficult to interpret, causing anxiety-inducing false alarms and extensive follow-up tests that include biopsies. Besides, getting a mammogram is quite literally a pain, requiring an uncomfortable compression of the breast tissue. OptoSonics in Oriental, N.C. aims to make breast imaging more accurate, […]
Bring yourself to a deep state of relaxation with these clips of vibrations and harmonies designed to restore harmony in your body, excerpted with permission from Change Your Mind: Music for Brainwave Entrainment by Dr. Mitch Gaynor and Jon Regen. Purchase your copy here!
Wendy Morrison hits a large tuning fork— a body tuner—and places it near a client’s elbow. She hits it again and sets it on a sensitive spot near their shoulder. The vibrations from the device are meant to assist in healing, Morrison says.
Children and adults in need of help with learning and sensory difficulties have a chance to receive pioneering treatment thanks to Manx Mencap.
Seven bowls for family from Nepal. Here’s another sound therapy video brought to you by the Colour of Sound Institute…
Rosie Foster from Goring-On-Thames, near Oxford, UK is the latest person to be awarded a Diploma in Sound Therapy from the Colour of Sound Institute.
Emerging archaeology: A new study highlighted by the Old Temples Study Foundation suggests that sound and a desire to harness its effects may have been equally important as vision in the design of humankind’s earliest ancient temples and monumental buildings.