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James Braid Society - June 2009 meeting



 



 Thursday 23rd July 2009

 

Sound Therapy and its use in treatment

Past notice
A talk by Chantal Fabrice
Sound has been used as a powerful and effective tool for improving health and well-being for thousands of years. More recently, the advancement of new science has provided valuable support to these ancient techniques.

Sound Healing is based on the fact that everything in the universe has a vibration, and as atoms and molecules vibrate, a frequency is created. Soundwaves travel effortlessly through any medium, hence their impact on the human body. 

Stressors such as diet, lifestyle, environment, relationships, jobs and other factors cause imbalances and weaknesses in the body systems which can lead to illness and disease.

Sound Therapy is about re-tuning and rebalancing, therefore creating harmony, allowing the body to find its own optimum vibration.

Gentle sounds bathe the body at a cellular level, like a ‘sonic massage’ helping the system to balance itself by releasing the denser energy that can hold the body in an unhealthy state.

Sound Therapy not only helps with physical illness, it can also help balance the emotions and quieten a busy mind.
 
The July meeting was experiential with Chantal demonstraing sounds with a range of instruments such as Himalayan Bowls, Crystal Bowls, Tuning Forks, toning and overtoning. .

Chantal Fabrice
Chantal Fabrice

is a qualified clinical hypnotherapist, sound therapist and hypnobirthing practitioner.
She has worked extensively with voicework including overtone singing, she is a certified Voice & Movement Facilitator and trained in Paris in the use of voicework for pregnancy and childbirth.
Chantal recently trained with Fabien Maman and the Tama-Do philosophy (the Way of the Soul) combining Qi-Gong, sound therapy, beautiful coloured silk fabrics, colour light therapy and colour essences, working on the auric field, and both the chakra and meridian systems, including the use of tuning forks on acupuncture points. 


 
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