Biofield Tuning is a unique non-medical therapeutic method that uses sound waves produced by tuning forks in the biomagnetic field, or biofield, that surrounds the human body to induce deep targeted relaxation. It has the ability to release stuck patterns in your life and bring you back into balance.
Reiki is a noninvasive therapy that uses life force energy (also known as Chi, Qi, Prana, Kundalini, etc.) to provide overall vitality and well-being. It uses hand positions on or just above the body by the practitioner to clear any blockages in the energy field (biofield) of the client.
Like, Biofield Tuning, Reiki is also used to achieve deep relaxation and balance. This practice is less targeted and can be used instead of Biofield Tuning if a person has a condition on the Biofield Tuning contraindications list.
Crystal Bowl Sound Bath
Imagine yourself lying down comfortably immersed in sound waves that wash over you, relaxing you, quieting your mind, and transporting you into a deep tranquil state. Sound baths are a wonderful way to refresh your state of being, lower blood pressure, and keep stress at bay. The frequencies of the bowls help lower your brainwaves into the Alpha/Theta state which is very healing for your body.
Vibrational Fascia Release Technique
Vibrational Fascia Release Technique (VFRT) focuses mainly on the soft "connective" tissue of the body where pain and restriction is a result of collagen fascia fibers and pressurized fluids working together to press against pain receptors, pinch or compress nerve bundles, reduce blood flow, and prevent the lymphatic system from removing fluids from these "interstitial" spaces. We use a combination of vibration and compression from a tuning fork to directly affect the collagen fascia fibers and compressed fluids where the restriction either releases or resolves completely to return a restricted area back to normal function.
Biofield Tuning seated chair session at a Spring Fair in Concord, MA May 2018
Sound Bath in Barbados at a School of Imagination Retreat in November 2019