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- American Music Therapy Association
American Music Therapy Association, Inc. 8455 Colesville Road, Suite
1000 Silver Spring, Maryland 20910, USA Phone: (301) 589-3300 Fax: (301)
589-5175 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Crystal Singing Bowls - Relaxation
Massage Music Massage relaxation music played on 35 pure quartz crystal
bowls - for deep relaxation, insomnia, stress reduction....
- Joy Gardner-Gordon
is the founder and Director of the Vibrational Healing Program in Hawaii.
She is a multidimensional master with twenty five years experience in conventional
and natural healing. Joy shares her expertise with compassion and warmth.
Gardner is the author of Sounding the Inner Landscape: Music as Medicine,
and is recognized as a leading authority on the creative use of music and
sound. She is a nationally known and accomplished composer and performer.
Kay is available through her website for booking workshops.
- Mitchell L. Gaynor, M.D, Director
of Medical Oncology at the Strang Cancer Prevention Center, New York, NY,
and author of Dr. Gaynorâs Cancer Prevention Program.
The goal of DrGaynor.com is to help people revolutionize their health
â whatever that may mean to them. For some, it means
increased energy and vitality...for others, enhanced protection against
disease and illness...and for those coping with an existing health condition,
new breakthrough therapies that hold exciting promise. Dr. Gaynor and his
colleague, leading nutritional pharmacist Jerry Hickey, R.Ph., have documented
many of their research findings and patient success stories in the books
and publications listed on their site. Dr. Gaynor has written Healing
Essence, Dr. Gaynor's Cancer Prevention Program, and Sounds of Healing.
- The Mozart Effect Resource Center.
The Mozart Effect is an inclusive term signifying the transformational
powers of music in health, education, and well-being.
- Music and the Brain
Links to research and publicity regarding music and its effect on brain
- Music as Medicine (Deforia
Lane, Ph.D., MT-BC) Music heals the human spirit, and Deforia Lane
communicates the healing power of God through music. Once a budding opera
singer, Deforia has dedicated her talent and Christian faith to treating
hospital patients with music therapy. Deforia Lane set a precedent in the
medical profession when she became the first music therapist given a grant
to study the therapeutic effects of music on cancer patients. Her techniques
have inspired thousands of patients, and news of her success has spurred
hospitals across the nation to launch music therapy programs. She serves
as Associate Director of the Ireland Cancer Center, & Director of Music
Therapy at University Hospitals of Cleveland, Ireland Cancer Center and
Rainbow Babies & Childrens Hospital.
Qi Gong Energy therapy is a powerful, natural, and effective way for
people to gain energy and heal the body of disease. Without touching the
patient's body, Master Wu removes the negative qi (energy) and replaces
it with positive qi, thus correcting the imbalance and allowing the body
to resume its natural state of good qi flow and good health.
- Pythagorean Tuning
Forks & Planetary Frequencies The tuning forks are tools to help
you develop and refine your sonic abilities.When you listen to the sound
of the tuning forks your nervous system attunes to the note played, creating
resonance resulting in a graceful and harmonious repatterning of your mind,
body and spirit.
- Sound Healers Association
Sound Healers Association is a non-profit organization dedicated to research
and awareness of the uses of sound and music as therapeutic and transformational
modalities. Founded in 1982, sound master, Jonathan Goldman, the association
offers a newsletter to members informing them of the meetings, workshops
and concerts pertinent to the uses of sound and music for healing. SHA
currently offers the Healing Sounds Correspondence Course as well as the
Healing Sounds Seminars, which are conducted by Jonathan Goldman.
- Sound Healing and Vibrational
Medicine... How does it work? These pages will take you on a journey
into the basics of vibrational medicine, how it works and how it affects
- Tomatis Method builds strong
listening skills through auditory stimulation, to improve learning and
language abilities, communication, creativity, and socialm behavior.
- Tom Kenyon, Acoustical Brain
Research (ABR) studied the effects of tone and frequency on the human brain
originally to augment his work as a psychotherapist. He has been a practicing
psychotherapist for over 20 years with a Masters in Psychological Counseling.
In 1983 he formed ABR, Acoustic Brain Research, to create a forum for his
research into specific neuronal centers and how they are affected by frequency
and tone. Tom offers a wide range of teaching intensives around the world,
audiotapes and a video tape. His teaching schedule is listed along with
contacts for the various facilitators.