Sonic Body: Sound Healing in Relation to Body Work

Date: May 20, 2017 - May 21, 2017
Time: 10:00 am - 6:00 pm

Online bookings are not available for this class, please see registration info below.

John Beaulieu, ND PhD

LOCATION: MOVING BODY RESOURCES, 112 W. 27th St., #400, New York, NY

This class is an opportunity to learn a new approach to the body as a vibrational entity based on evidence based research. In this NAHA (North American Healing Arts) workshop sponsored by CATA, Dr. Beaulieu will teach the use of sound energy to bring healing to the mind and body. Although not well known, our sense of touch perceives vibrations more accurately then our ears. Dr. Beaulieu will teach a special system of wave palpation based on the sonic nature of our body. When wave restrictions are perceived we will learn to use special sound and touch methods to release the restrictions. We will learn how to use tunings forks on the body in order to better understand the native american use of chanting, drums, flutes, and rattles. We will learn touch methods of how to place the body in side of ease position, palpate trigger points, and integrated these skills with tuning forks and sound healing instruments based on wave palpation feedback. The practical result will be less pain, less depression, greater joint mobility, enhanced immunity, increased lymphatic flow, better circulation. Special emphasis will be given to working with migraines, spastic colon, and social anxiety. Dr. Beaulieu will also teach the importance of vision and values based on sonic body alignment that he learned from spending time with a Hopi Elder many years ago.

Dr. Beaulieu’s class is open to everyone, and is of special interest to bodywork practitioners, somatic psychologists, and physicians, and sound healers interested in vibro-acoustic applications of sound on the body using Otto tuning forks.

Wave Palpation Presentation in English/German from John Beaulieu on Vimeo.

John Beaulieu ND PhD is a composer, mental health counselor, and naturopathic doctor, and a pioneer in the healing effects of sound on the body, which he began to study during his years as head of a department at Bellevue Psychiatric Hospital. He has taught at various universities, and oversees molecular research on the healing effects of music and sound. He has pioneered a new form of sound healing called BioSonic Repatterning TM, which uses special tuning forks to tune the nervous system, integrating sound and energy medicine. For many years he also taught craniosacral and polarity therapies, and is the author of many CDs and DVDs, as well as several books, the latest being Human Tuning: Sound Healing with Tuning Forks.

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