Vibroacoustic Therapy by E.D. Laningham

Vibroacoustic Therapy for stress reduction, pain management and muscle fatigue. Vibroacoustic sessions combine music for relaxation with low frequency sine waves selected to resonate in specific areas of the body.

Binaural beats may be added with the music to aid in deeper relaxation. This therapy is helpful for acute conditions such as sports injury, muscular strain or post surgery, as well as chronic conditions such as asthma, arthritis, menstrual pain and stress.

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didgeproject.com

Doctors Now Prescribing Music Therapy for Heart Ailments, Brain Dysfunction, Learning Disabilities, Depression, PTSD, Alzheimers, Childhood Development and More - Didge Project

didgeproject.com Music has proven time and again to be an important component of human culture and is now being seen as music therapy in many medical environments.

Keep Music Alive

Great overview of the benefits of music as a therapeutic modality.

This popped up on FB. It has intrigued me. Want to more about the lager work this was taken from.

-The Psyche as Interaction: Electromagnetic Patterns of Conscious Energy
Appendices
Part D: Musical Concepts (pg 163)

Cymatics

Interesting video showing the effects of harmonic vibrations on a liquid.

Droplet levitation using Cymatics in atmosphere...

nytimes.com

New Ways Into the Brain’s ‘Music Room’

An interesting new study about the power of music and sound.

nytimes.com M.I.T. researchers have devised a radical approach to brain imaging that reveals what past studies missed about neural responses to music.

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Stunned

https://www.facebook.com/ed.laningham/posts/10208134921482691

www.kickstarter.com A documentary about endangered sea turtles' struggle to survive and the humans rising up to save them against impossible odds.

thespiritscience.net

New Documentary Gives Scientific Proof That Sound Can Effect Consciousness in Extraordinary Ways

thespiritscience.net Song of the New Earth - Preview from Ward Serrill on Vimeo. Song of the New Earth is a new feature documentary about one man's quest to integrate modern science and ancient mysticism through sound. Tom Kenyon was on his way to fame as a country singer in Nashville when he began to experience uninvit…

higherperspectives.com

Music Is Far More Effective At Managing Pain Than Drugs

higherperspectives.com Now this is the kind of science I like to hear about! Some 400 published scientific papers are lending credence to the idea that music is medicine. They're finding that neurochemical benefits brought on by music can regulate mood, reduce anxiety, and boost the immune system better than any drugs. “.…

www.bbc.com

Music 'reduces pain and anxiety' for surgery patients - BBC News

The power of music. The alternative to pain medication.

www.bbc.com Listening to music before, during and after an operation can help reduce pain, scientists who have conducted a large review of studies say.

So true

Another moment of musical meditation.

Vibroacoustic Therapy by E.D. Laningham

I have begun posting moments of musical meditation on my Vibroacoustic therapy page. Follow me there for more musings to come.To be listened to throughout the day for stress management.

A moment of musical meditation. To be used as a tool for stress management throughout your day. Check back, more to come.

A moment of musical meditation. To be used as a tool for stress management throughout your day. Check back, more to come.

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[02/08/13]   “I am 81 years old and have had Parkinsons for 27 years. In 2010 I was taking 9 Sinemet and 4 Primidone daily. The adverse effects of these medications began to make me very sick, lose weight and barely able to perform activities of daily living. Because of these adverse effects I decided to discontinue the medications and focus on a good healthy diet of fish, fruits, vegetables and nuts. This is also when I discovered the acoustic vibration therapy and began its regiment.

It is now two years later and I have continued my healthy diet and acoustic vibration therapy. I also devote 30 minutes a day to prayer and meditation along with my vibration treatments. I have found great relief and improvement from my disease with the therapy and feel I am still improving. Proving this point, my doctor also noted at my yearly physical that my joints weren’t nearly as rigid as they were the year before and as they have been in the past.

Even with the Parkinson’s, I feel I can still perform the activities an average 81 year old male can perform. Some of the activities I do on a daily or weekly basis are: mowing the lawn with a self propelled mower, gardening, weeding flower beds, cooking, fixing things around the house, putting a gallon water jug on top the water cooler, riding my bike and walking with walking poles.

On my 80th birthday I received a TV antenna and was able to install it on the roof myself. Also, this past June my granddaughter threw her hula hoop onto the roof of our house and I was able to climb the TV tower to the roof, walk across and retrieve the hula hoop.

When I initially started my acoustic vibration therapy treatment I was hoping to merely lower my dosage of medications yet I have found with the daily treatments I am able to stay completely pharmacologic free. I would like to thank you for your dedication and research of this disease and will be forever grateful for the acoustic vibration therapy.”

Sincerely,
Robert Foreman

Perfect Harmony | By Alison Motluk | University of Toronto Magazine

One of our clients shared this great article from the University of Toronto Alumni Magazine that outlines the new masters and doctoral programs in music/vibroacoustic therapy and highlights new research areas. Great article...happy to see more universities/colleges designing programs for this cutting edge field.

magazine.utoronto.ca Ross and Fujioka are part of a growing trend in research that is exploring how music can be used in health care. Sometimes, as in this pilot project, music-making is the treatment.

Olav Skille, father of vibroacoustics from Norway, released this diagram in his latest news letter. I thought it was a nice visual to explain how sound is used not only in vibroacoustic therapy but in other medical and diagnostic settings.

[07/05/12]   Just a personal note - I recently saw my kidney doctor and my percentages are back up to 60%. As many of my friends and clients know, they failed after an allergic reaction to a medication I was prescribed. They had leveled off after getting out of the hospital at around 35% and my doctor said that was typical and we could work with that number (you don't start to worry about dyalisis until under 20% - which was where I was when in the hospital) So, I thought to myself...I have access to something most of your patients don't and began using the protocol for kidneys (actually the research centered around kidney stones, but I knew this would resonate in that organ).

Long story short - one session a week and now me kidney are at 60%. My doctor said he couldn't confirm or deny that vibroacoustics were helping, but encouraged me to keep on doing whatever I was doing because of the positive results.

I have worked with several clients with kidney stones where vibroacoustics were very therapeutic. Although my personal story is certainly not a clincal study, it seems logical to assume that, like other muscles and organs that have been studied in detail, vibroacoustics aids in detoxification and promotes cellular repair by increasing ADP (cellular building blocks).

[04/22/11]   Vibroacoustic Therapy for New Mothers

[04/14/11]   Vibroacoustics ~ a valuable tool for athletes

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White Lotus Salon & Massage is featuring the "Spring Detox Body Wrap" which combines an Eminence Oranics Detox Body Wrap with a vibroacoustic protocol designed to increase circulation and metabolic intake of the organic products.

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