'VIBRATIONAL SOUND MEDICINE FOR THE 21ST CENTURY' WITH TRACIE STOREY
Join Tracie Storey on Wednesday 16 March as she explains the application of vibrational sound on the human body and it’s effects for health and well-being. Applying sound to acupuncture theory is a perfect match. During the presentation, you will see practical applications into energetic treatments with methods researched for over 30 years by Fabien Maman.
In the early 80s, Maman conducted a revolutionary sound/cellular biology experiment showing, for the first time under the microscope, the impacts of acoustic sound on human cells and their energy fields. The results of these tests became the bedrock of what is now the famous system of of using tuning forks instead of needles on the major acupuncture command points. The Tama-Do Academy, created in 1988 by Maman, the founding father of vibrational sound therapy, is dedicated to the evolution of Human Consciousness through research, teachings and creative self-expression.
Maman believes that “blockages in our subtle energy fields can result in physical illness if they are allowed to crystallize.” Vibrational sound methods are effective tools we can use to dissolve these negative energetic patterns. Divinely inspired, yet grounded in the classical traditions of music theory, mathematics, Chinese medicine, aikido, kototama and astrology, Maman has created more than 30 techniques through the Academy, each of which, took nearly seven years to test and apply.
Tracie Storey will be giving a presentation about this research and their applications, followed by a short demonstration & Q&A. The talk will take place in the AcuMedic Centre, from 6.30pm to 8.30pm. The seminar is eligible for 2 CPD credits and tickets are available here.
All are welcome!